Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR)

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego (SSC San Diego) is the U.S. Navy's research, development, test and evaluation, engineering and fleet support center for command, control and communication systems and ocean surveillance. SSC San Diego provides information resources to support the joint warfighter in mission execution and force protection. It occupies a portion of the Point Loma peninsula in San Diego.

Since 2003, SPAWAR has sponsored various UCSD Jacob's School of Engineering student projects including the following:

High Speed Operational Amplifier Characterization
Intermodulation Distortion (IMD) of Resonant Devices
Miniature 3D Sensor & Inertial Measurement Unit

RF Circuit Design and Layout of RFIC Bias
Controlling GPIB Instruments Using Matlab
Remote Signal Processor (RSP) FPGA Design Project

FALL 2004
Effect of Single Event Transient on the Performance of an RF Receiver
RF Class E Power Amplifier Test Auto-motion
RF Transistor Characterization Using Load-Pull Measurements

Dolphin Backpack Physiological Monitor
Free space Optical Communication Test Set

Breakout Box for Testing High Voltage Operational Amplifier

FALL 2003
Free space Optical Communication Test Set
Ocean Bottom Attachments/Self Burying Sensors

Date/sDecember 31, 2002 –December 31, 2005
Taxonomyeducation » Department of Defense » research » weapons
NRHP classificationinstitution-military
Location32.749942779541016, -117.19927215576172
  1. Industry Sponsored Student Design Project (ECE 191) (accessed 2008-02-29)
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Record createdJune 24, 2011
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR)