Projects

DAS Photonics has successfully led and participated in FP6, FP7 and H2020 funded projects, ESA and EDA R&D programmes. R&D activities have focused in technologies such as photonic integrated circuits, photonic LO distribution and modules for SATCOM payloads and ultra-broadband photonic-assisted sampling, among others, allowing DAS Photonics to advance the TRL of proprietary photonic technologies afterwards transferred to its product portfolio. DAS has also led National and Regional funded programmes focused in critical product developments.

CUCO: Quantum computing and its application to strategic industries

TERAOPTICS: Terahertz Photonics for Communications, Space, Security, Radio-Astronomy, and Material Science

PhLEXSAT: Photo-Digital Channelizer for Flexible Digital High Throughput Satellites

SMOS – Optical Harness for Future L-Band Radiometer

MERMIG – Modular CMOS Photonic Integrated Micro-Gyroscope

DEOBA – DESARROLLO DE DISPOSITIVOS ELECTRO-ÓPTICOS DE BANDA ANCHA

CIDAR – Combustion species Imaging Diagnostics for Aero-engine Research

RETINA – Miniaturised Photonics Enabled Next Generation SAR

SODaH – Software Defined Space Optical Data Highway

OPTIMA – Towards Demonstration of Photonic Payload For Telecom Satellites

GOLIAT – Sistemas ópticos de generación y distribución de Oscilador Local (LO) para sistemas de conversión en frecuencia y calibración de antenas receptoras en array.

GAIA – PHOTONICS FRONT-END FOR NEXT-GENERATION SAR APPLICATIONS

PHASER – High speed, high frequency electro-PHotonic Adc for Space Enabled Routers

PHOXTROT – Photonics for High-Performance, Low-Cost & Low-Energy Data Centers, High Performance Computing Systems:Terabit/s Optical Interconnect Technologies for On-Board, Board-to-Board, Rack-to-Rack data links

HOFER – INTERFERIDOR CON SEGUIMIENTO DE SALTO EN FRECUENCIA DE BANDA ANCHA

RECTOR – ULTRA HIGH BANDWIDTH RF PHOTONIC RECEIVER WITH SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE

SITOGA – SILICON CMOS COMPATIBLE TRANSITION METAL OXIDE TECHNOLOGY FOR BOOSTING HIGHLY INTEGRATED PHOTONIC DEVICES WITH DISRUPTIVE PERFORMANCE –