02 September 2011
Quasonix, LLC reached a milestone with the shipment of the 1500th Multi-mode Telemetry Transmitter on September 2, 2011. Read the Press Release (PDF).
15 April 2011
Quasonix, LLC was awarded a contract valued at over $300,000 for its diminutive nanoTX™ transmitters. The U.S. Army Contracting Command recently ordered 129 single Watt S band transmitters. Read the Press Release (PDF).
25 March 2011
Aviation Flight Test Directorate (AFTD) at Fort Rucker, Alabama has placed an order for eight TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters. The units provide 10 Watts of output power and are enabled for PCM/FM and SOQPSK waveform modes. The L band transmitters span frequencies of 1435.5 MHz to 1534.5 MHz. The contract also includes a request for two Quasonix Ruggedized Handheld Programmers.
18 March 2011
Tyonek Service Corporation has awarded Quasonix, LLC its second contract in as many months. Under the terms of the $150,000 contract, Quasonix will provide Tyonek at Redstone Technical Test Center, Huntsville, Alabama with five L band TIMTER™ Multi-mode Telemetry transmitters with 10 Watts of output power, five RDMS™ Airborne Telemetry receivers, and five Ruggedized Handheld Programmers.
19 February 2011
Quasonix, LLC received an order from Tyonek Services Corporation at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. The contract, valued at $125,000 includes four 10 Watt TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters, four RDMS™ Airborne Telemetry Receivers, and four ruggedized handheld programmers (HHP). The handheld programmer is designed to facilitate setting transmitters and receivers for operation. With an intuitive touch screen surface, the increasingly popular HHP includes an embedded Quasonix Utility Application enabling basic command settings to get transmitters and receivers up and running quickly.
24 January 2011
The Naval Surface Warfare Center (NAVSEA), Dahlgren Division at Dahlgren, Virginia has awarded Quasonix, LLC a contract for two RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers. The highest performing telemetry receiver on the market, RDMS™ is available in a compact 1U package featuring up to four channels with optional diversity combining and frequency coverage in the P, Lower L, Upper L, S, and C bands.
19 January 2011
The new year is off to a great start with an order from Instrumentation Devices for two RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers. The two channel receivers are enabled for three waveform modes (PCM/FM, SOQPSK, and Multi-h CPM) and offer Tri-band capability (Lower L, Upper L, and S band) with a digitally implemented pre-detection diversity combiner.
The RDMS™ (Receiver/DeModulator/bit Synchronizer) is designed to downconvert, demodulate, and bit synch to a variety of RF telemetry signals from flight-test aircraft. With an intuitive front-panel interface as well as an extensible Ethernet-based client interface, and antenna-tracking outputs, the Rack Mount RDMS™ is capable of fulfilling a variety of flight test station requirements.
07 December 2010
The Army Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS) division recently placed an order valued at over $275,000 for 106 5 Watt, ARTM Tier 0 (PCM/FM) TIMTER™ telemetry transmitters for the U.S. Army Missile Command’s Research, Development and Engineering Center at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. The S band transmitters have a frequency range of 2200.5 to 2394.5 MHz. This is the second order from a large Redstone contract awarded to Quasonix this year.
20 October 2010
The U.S. Air Force, Air Armament Center at Eglin Air Force Base has awarded Quasonix, LLC a share of the Sub-miniature Flight Safety System (SFSS) contract. Quasonix will supply transmitter and power conditioning components for the project. Key to Quasonix' selection is the company's ability to provide small but powerful transmitters that are compatible with existing systems and system components. Quasonix' share of the contract is valued at $300,000.
30 September 2010
U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) at Patuxent River, Maryland has placed an order for 16 Quasonix TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters. The 14 cubic inch 10 Watt transmitters are enabled for all three ARTM waveform modes and have a range of 1435.5 MHz to 2394.5 MHz (full L band, plus S band). The contract is valued at nearly $450,000.
15 September 2010
Quasonix, LLC was recently awarded its largest single order for RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers. Read the Press Release (PDF).
24 August 2010
Quasonix, LLC received a $110,000 order for two RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers from Eglin Air Force Base. The Tri-band receivers cover Upper and Lower L band, plus S band, and PCM/FM, SOQPSK-TG, Multi-h CPM, and Legacy PSK waveform modes.
10 August 2010
U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) at Patuxent River, Maryland has awarded Quasonix, LLC a contract to develop two components for the iNET Telemetry Network Systems Radio.
10 August 2010
The U.S. Army Contracting Command recently awarded Quasonix, LLC a contract for 336 TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters valued at nearly $900,000. This is the first order from a contract with a potential value of $5.7 million dollars. Read the Press Release (PDF).
20 July 2010
Lockheed Martin has ordered four Quasonix RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers. The two channel S band receivers are valued at $168,000 and will be enabled with PCM/FM and SOQPSK waveform modes.
06 July 2010
Quasonix, LLC was awarded a contract for ten of its dual mode Tri-band telemetry transmitters. The transmitters provide the Naval Warfare Center Weapons Division at China Lake, California with all three ARTM (Advanced Range Telemetry) waveforms. Read the Press Release (PDF).
19 April 2010
The Department of Defense has awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to Quasonix, LLC for the development of components for Sub-miniature Hi-def Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) play a critical role in today's armed forces, being widely used for weapon delivery and reconnaissance. Video surveillance, in particular, is an essential UAV application, but existing video systems fail to capitalize on the latest technology in numerous areas, including compact high definition (HD) cameras, video compression algorithms, spectrally efficient modulations, trellis demodulation techniques, and most significantly, miniaturization. The goal of this project is to provide the U.S. Air Force with a a comprehensive system that leverages state of the art technology to provide multiple channels of high definition video over longer distances, while fitting into ever-smaller vehicles and running longer on compact, lightweight batteries.
14 April 2010
InDyne has agreed to purchase four Quasonix RDMS™ Rack Mount Receivers. The two channel, C band receivers will be enabled for PCM/FM and SOQPSK waveform modes and are valued at over $200,000.
05 April 2010
Quasonix, LLC has received an order for 100 TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters from Tybrin Corporation. The 5 Watt transmitters will be enabled with PCM/FM and SOQPSK waveform modes and meet CP07 Standard Communication Protocol specifications. The contract is valued at $290,000.
05 November 2009
Quasonix, LLC announced a $70,000 contract award from Edwards Air Force Base. The 12 S band TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitters will be enabled with all three waveform modes - PCM/FM, SOQPSK, and Multi-h CPM - with 10 Watts of output power.
26 October 2009
In conjunction with the 2009 International Telemetering Conference, Quasonix announces the release of several new products it intends to demonstrate at the conference that both strengthen and expand its market-leading product line of telemetry transmitters and receivers. The headliner product is Quasonix' brand-new Rack Mount RDMS™ Telemetry Receiver, that, at 1U in rack height, is the most compact rack-mount receiver in the industry. Not only available in a single-channel configuration, but also in a dual-channel with optional pre-dectection diversity combining, and finally, a quad-channel in the same compact package. Not to be overlooked, Quasonix' breakthrough nanoTX™ telemetry transmitter enters the market as the smallest ARTM transmitter ever at a mere 1.3 in³. Finally, a new C band transmitter augments Quasonix' highly-successful TIMTER™ transmitter model line by supporting new TM bandwidth.Quasonix ITC 2009 New Products Press Release
Rack-Mount RDMS™ Receiver Page
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nanoTX™ Transmitter Page
TIMTER™ Transmitter Page
26 October 2009
With telemetry bandwidth at an all-time premium, the most efficient ARTM waveform, Multi-h CPM (ARTM CPM), is more valuable than ever before. In this context, Quasonix is pleased to announce its ARTM CPM demodulator is now capable of reliably operating up to 37 Mbps. This enhancement, coupled with Quasonix' market-leading synchronization time and sync threshold performance, makes a strong case for greater ARTM CPM adoption. The company expects further enhancements to extend the upper bounds to 46 Mbps by Q2 2010. Quasonix' ARTM CPM demodulator is available in airborne and rack-mount demodulator and receiver products. DMS™ Demodulator Page
30 September 2009
Quasonix announces it has won a critical C band telemetry transmitter award from Eglin Air Force Base. The indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) award marks the first of its kind as the recently-allocated C band, 4400 MHz - 4950 MHz ("C-low"), crystallizes as the next frontier for bandwidth dedicated to telemetering.
29 September 2009
Following on the heels of the first two successful production deliveries of its new Rack-Mount RDMS™ Receiver, Quasonix has won an award from Tyndall AFB in Florida, for two dual-channel rack mount receivers featuring ARTM Tiers 0, I, and II demodulation and diversity combining.
29 June 2009
The Tybrin Corporation has placed an order for 100 TIMTER™ telemetry transmitters, Quasonix announced today. The 5 Watt transmitters enabled with PCM/FM and SOQPSK waveform modes are also being built to CP07 standard communication protocol. The contract is valued at $289,000.
13 May 2009
Quasonix, LLC was awarded a contract valued at over $220,000 to supply 75 S band transmitters to the U.S. Army Missile Command’s Research, Development and Engineering Center at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama. The 3.5 cubic inch transmitters will provide 2 Watts of output power in support of Redstone's Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS).
20 February 2009
Quasonix has upgraded with its move to a new facility move operations to a new facility on February 20, 2009 as a result of the rapid growth it has experienced over the past few years. The new 10,000 sq. ft. facility is more than double the size of Quasonix' current headquarters, and its office park location provides options for future expansion as well. The new address will be:6025 Schumacher Park Drive
West Chester, OH 45069
1 December 2008
Resource Systems of Newtown, Connecticut joins recent addition Elotek Systems in Quasonix' network of sales representatives. Resource Systems provides coverage throughout the Northeastern United States, as well as Canada. Quasonix is very pleased to add another highly respected, experienced, and knowledgeable manufacturers' sales representative organization to its sales team. To learn more about Resource Systems and its territory, visit our Sales Reps page.
10 November 2008
Quasonix, LLC, developer of high performance aeronautical telemetry systems, announced today that the company has added Elotek Systems as an authorized representative of its telemetry products in the western United States region. With the signing, Elotek joins Quasonix’ other domestic sales representatives, AeroGear (Southeast) and Tech Marketing Associates (Northern California). Read the Press Release (PDF).
21 October 2008
Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced Quasonix, LLC is leveraging Stratix® III FPGAs in its latest DMS™ Telemetry Demodulator and RDMS™ Airborne Telemetry Receiver products. Altera’s high-performance FPGAs offer advanced digital signal processing (DSP) modulation and filtering for the demodulators, enabling Quasonix to deliver a high-performance solution for flight-test telemetry. Quasonix is demonstrating its latest family of Stratix III FPGA-based demodulators and receivers at the 2008 International Telemetering Conference (ITC) in San Diego, Calif., from October 27 to 30. Read the Press Release (PDF).
16 October 2008
Quasonix announced today that the company has been awarded a fixed price contract from Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (“SpaceX”) of Hawthorne, California to provide telemetry transmitters and receivers in support of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle and Dragon spacecraft programs. Read the Press Release (PDF).
15 October 2008
The company announces that it will introduce several new products at the ITC/USA 2008 Conference in San Diego, October 27-30. The latest advancements include a 2.2 cubic inch µTx transmitter, production-ready tri-band and 20 Watt transmitters, and a rack mount demodulator product that features four high-quality 65k color displays and up to two demodulators in a single 19" rack mount, 1U tall chassis.
26 September 2008
Eglin Air Force Base has awarded another contract to Quasonix for a wide range of products to support ongoing flight testing operations. Eglin AFB will be augmenting its existing tri-band transmitter arsenal with an additional 25, while also adding 6 single-band airborne receivers, and finally, 9 tri-band airborne receivers.
4 February 2008
Quasonix announces the first award for its new ground-breaking tri-band transmitter product from Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. The award for nine transmitters will afford Eglin AFB telemetry personnel the flexibility of using a singular 7 cubic inch unit for testing in all three telemetry bands: Lower L, Upper L, and S. In addition, the Eglin transmitters will be outfitted with all three ARTM modes, Tiers 0, I, and II, for interoperability with both legacy and spectrally-efficient systems.
24 January 2008
The new year marked a major milestone in Quasonix' evolution with the shipment of its first production airborne receivers. The 12 cubic inch unit is the smallest ARTM airborne receiver on the market with an integral demodulator that supports ARTM Tiers 0/I/II, as well as legacy PSK modulations. Even more impressive is the receiver's performance, with a noise figure averaging 3-4 dB at various bit rates, frequencies, and modes.
23 October 2007
Quasonix introduced several new products at the ITC/USA 2007 conference in Las Vegas. Among the new offerings showcased were a multi-channel demodulator product housed in a 1U rack-mount chassis, and, a fully-integrated airborne receiver in a 12 cubic inch package - the smallest ARTM airborne receiver on the market. Additionally, Quasonix demonstrated its 6 cubic inch multi-mode transmitter's impressive power efficiency.
19 September 2007
The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at China Lake, CA has awarded Quasonix with a contract for 65 5 Watt S band multi-mode transmitters. The Quasonix transmitters will be used on the Navy's AIM-9X missile program to provide critical telemetry data during testing. The award closely follows another multi-mode transmitter contract from the U.S. Air Force the previous week. Read the Press Release (PDF)
11 September 2007
Quasonix announced today that it has been awarded a firm-fixed price contract from Edwards Air Force Base to provide a total of sixteen 10 Watt S band multi-mode telemetry transmitters for the F-22A flight test program. The F-22A transmitters will feature all three ARTM waveforms (Tier 0-II), Forward Error Correction (FEC), and unparalleled DC-to-RF conversion efficiency. Read the Press Release (PDF)
Quasonix, LLC announced it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract by the U.S. Air Force valued at almost $100,000 to increase the efficiency of non-coherent telemetry demodulators. Despite the development of new modulation techniques (ARTM Tier I and Tier II) with higher spectral efficiency, the waveforms are not yet in widespread use in the telemetry community due to concerns over the robustness of the demodulators for these waveforms. Increasing the utilization of the ARTM Tier I and Tier II waveforms requires the development of demodulators which offer the robust performance of the traditional non-coherent Tier 0 demodulators which have earned the confidence of the flight test community over the past three decades.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to Quasonix, LLC to investigate techniques that would allow a compact multiband, multimode, programmable telemetry transmitter to transmit over the entire telemetry band, at arbitrary bit rates, using multiple modulation techniques. Such an increase in operational flexibility would address aircraft test flight scheduling difficulties due to lack of available spectrum. This defense contract is valued at nearly $750,000 with the goal of creating new ways of implementing telemetry transmitters which may be reconfigured in the aircraft to operate with new modulation techniques and tune over any of the channels authorized for aeronautical telemetry.
16 June 2003
Quasonix Awarded Contract from US Air Force for Design of Multi-Mode Multi-Band Programmable Telemetry Transmitters. Read the Press Release (PDF)
2 April 2003
Quasonix Awarded Contract from US Air Force for Advanced Range Telemetry (ARTM) Tier I Missile Test Transmitters. Read the Press Release (PDF)
15 October 2002
Quasonix Awarded Contract to Support the Navy’s Network Enhanced Telemetry (NET) Program. Read the Press Release (PDF)