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October 3rd, 2006

Teraphysics Receives STTR Contract

Abstract:
Teraphysics Corporation has received a $100,000 Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer contract from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research for the development of a miniature 95 gigahertz amplifier for high power radar and communications applications.

Dayton and the Teraphysics team will develop the novel 95 gigahertz traveling wave tube by combining proven computer aided design techniques, the company's proprietary application of nanotechnology for laboratory-grown diamond and RTI's microfabrication expertise.

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