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Latest update: 31/05/2023 12:08:20

Okuma Diamond Device Inc.

Social implementation of technologies brought together beyond organizational boundaries
into the next growth industry.

Through the decommissioning project for the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, we will bring together technologies that transcend organizational boundaries and implement them in society.
In particular, communication satellites, radars, and post-5G mobile phone base stations have areas that can only be solved by diamond.
Diamond semiconductors will become essential.

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Business description
Decommissioning and discharge resistant devices
Radiation measurement and neutron detection in extreme environments such as nuclear power plants and space
Severe accident response measurements / Pre-Amplifiers / Multiplexers / Transmitters, etc.
Satellite communications and radar
Manufacturing and sales of diamond semiconductors for satellite communication equipment and radar industry
Satellite communications (earth stations and satellites) / Air traffic control / Vessel monitoring / Weather observations / defense, etc.
Telecommunications equipment (Beyond 5G)
Manufacturing and sales of diamond semiconductors for base stations with a view to Beyond 5G
Cell phone base stations
Communications between cell phone base stations
1995	Launched diamond-related research
2003	Took responsibility for measurements by the Diamond Extreme Capability Project.
2006	Adopted Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas, "Synthesis and Characterization of High Quality Single Crystal Diamond for Application to DT Neutron Measurement"
2008	Adopted Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas "Development of DT Neutron Energy Spectrometer Based on CVD Single Crystal Diamond Synthesis" 
2011	Tohoku earthquake 
2012	Adopted MEXT's Nuclear Energy System Research and Development Project "Research and Development of Diamond Semiconductor Devices for Nuclear Reactors Aimed at Severe Accident Response" 
2016	Adopted MEXT's Nuclear Energy System Research and Development Project "Development of Radiation-Resistant and High-Temperature Operating Diamond Measurement System for Innovation of Reactor Instrumentation and Development of Elemental Technologies for Diamond ICs".
2020	Adopted MEXT's Nuclear Energy Systems Research and Development Project "High Performance Semiconductor Devices with Radiation Tolerance and High Temperature Operation for Practical Use in Electronic Equipment for Severe Accident Response" 
December 2020	RADDFET patent application (Hokkaido University)
December 2021	Completed the world's first practical diamond semiconductor prototype
March 2022	Established as a Hokkaido University venture

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Hokkaido Head Office, SMRJ

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