Electro-Optic Materials Research for EO/IR Sensors

A critical factor in the performance of our military’s aircraft and ships is the ability to protect antennas from RF energy and high-powered radar from other onboard systems or from enemy fire.

The BerrieHill Research Division of ARA provides advanced electro-optic materials research for the development of materials that protect EO/IR sensors.

Our work in the 2,000-sq.-ft. electronic materials facility housed within The Ohio State University’s ElectroScience Laboratory in Columbus, Ohio, includes critical research, measurement and testing for the development of advanced electro-optic materials, with capabilities for:

  • RF materials characterization
  • Optical characterization
  • FPGA/embedded systems prototyping
  • Device soldering, assembly and testing
  • UV/VIS/SWIR spectroscopy
  • 2-port RF measurements to 26 GHz

Our expertise is tapped to improve the low observability, electromagnetic compatibility and electro-optic performance of radome materials and EO/IR sensors. 

Our staff’s access to OSU foundries, labs and test equipment enables ARA-BerrieHill to provide unparalleled research and development services for electro-optic materials. 

Contact ARA-BerrieHill at 937-435-1016 for more information about our electro-optic materials research for EO/IR sensors.