RDA focuses on its core competencies: systems engineering, digital signal processing, and software development for SONAR systems. We continuously and successfully deliver outstanding technical leadership in engineering services to our customers in the Anti-Submarine Warfare and SONAR acoustic processing domain.
- Anti-Submarine Warfare
- Systems Engineering
- Acoustics Research and Development
- Prototype Development
- DSP Software Development
- COTS Integration
Strategic Business Products
SBIR Topic #N1820116: Minimization of In-Band Interferers on Airborne Anti-Submarine System Performance
Small Business Innovation Research
The SBIR Program
The purpose of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is to encourage small businesses to explore their technological innovation with the added potential for commercialization. The SBIR program is divided into 3 phases that are designed to stimulate technological innovation, meet Federal Research/Research and Development needs, encourage participation from disadvantaged businesses in technological innovation, and increase the commercialization of private sector innovations.
Three Phase Program
- Phase 1 is a feasibility study meant to establish the technical merit and commercial potential of an idea or technology that may provide a solution to the Department of the Navy.
- Phase 2 is a demonstration phase which continues the research efforts of Phase 1 and allows for prototypes to be built and tested.
- Phase 3 aims to transition a company’s SBIR effort into the commercialization of products, tools, or services that benefit the Navy acquisition community.
RDA SBIR Topics: Phase I, II, and III
N162-099, Multi-static Transmission Loss (TL) Estimation
N141-009, Autonomous Environmental Sensor Performance Prediction Tool for Multi-Static Active and Passive ASW
N101-021, Innovative Structures for Sonobuoy Applications
N08-151, GPS Sonobuoy Positioning System
N06-042, Signal Processing for Dense Fields of Miniature Impulsive Sources and Sonobuoy Receivers
N03-014, Air ASW Environmental Characterization using Existing Tactical Sensors
N093-168, Target Localization Using Multi-Static Sonar with Drifting Sonobuoys
N201-034, Expendable Surface Ship Threat Countermeasure (ESSTC)
N182-116, Minimization of In-Band Interferers on Airborne Anti-Submarine System Performance (ongoing)
N101-052, Environmental Wideband Acoustic Receiver and Source (EWARS)
N06-011, Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Littoral Undersea Warfare
N03-033, Mid-Frequency Sonobuoy
N00-008, Environmentally Insensitive Active Decluttering
N99-067, In-Buoy Processing
N98-159, Mission Analysis
N142-096, Low-Cost Information Assured Passive and Active Embedded Processing
N04-247, Littoral Environment Parameter Estimation from Bi-static and Multi-static Fleet Air Anti-Submarine (ASW) Acoustic Reverberation Data
N02-152, Environmental Mission Planner
N01-017, Shallow Water Bottom Characteristic Measurement Sensor
N98-042, Environmentally Adaptable Detector / Classifier
N98-035, Signal Processing and System Concepts to Exploit Passive Signals in Airborne ASW Missions
N95-014, Advanced Signal Processing of Impulsive Waveforms
N95-013, Automatic Data Fusion Display