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Unique fabrics woven with microstructured polymer fibers and containing microelectronics will be transitioned into integrated systems at the Defense Fabric Discovery Center.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
The DFDC houses technology to develop advanced fibers and fabrics for defense applications.
Staff in the Electronic-Photonic Integration Facility fabricate components, circuits, and subsystems for both internal and external partners.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
The state-of-the-art facility supports the development of optoelectronic components, photonic integrated circuits, CMOS electronic integrated circuits, and hybrid electronic-photonic integration techniques.
The Microelectronics Laboratory covers 70,000 square feet.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
The Microelectronics Laboratory is a state-of-the-art semiconductor research and fabrication facility that supports the design, fabrication, and packaging of novel devices.
Researchers at Lincoln Laboratory are studying methods to use trapped ions for large-scale quantum information processing.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
We are studying methods to use trapped ions and Josephson junction–based superconducting circuits for large-scale quantum information processing.
Laboratory researchers operate a shock tube in an anechoic chamber to quantify blast-wave propagation effects as part of the Laboratory's traumatic brain injury and auditory health research.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
The facility enables us to fabricate, integrate, and test in anechoic chambers RF systems to ensure they will work well in the field.

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