Look for Quasonix at ITC/USA 2013!
- October 21-24, 2013
- 49th Annual International Telemetering Conference and Technical Exhibition
- "Meeting ALL the Challenges of Telemetry"
- Bally's Las Vegas
- Las Vegas, Nevada USA
04 October 2012
Quasonix has redefined the “Local” in Local Area Network. With the new Ethernet Via Telemetry (EVTM) system, your test article can be on your ground station LAN, just like any other computer or Ethernet appliance. With an Ethernet switch in your test article, you can connect cameras, Voice over IP, computers, etc. to your network on the ground. To learn how, Read our Data Sheet (PDF).
01 August 2012
Have you ever wondered how your receivers measure up? Quasonix makes it easy to find out with the new Rack-Mount Receiver Analyzer. Automated testing allows precise measurement over many parameters and rapid acquisition of extremely large data sets. From basic noise figure and bit error rate performance to dynamic signal handling, the Receiver Analyzer is one piece of equipment you won't want to be without. For more information, Check out our Data Sheet (PDF).
27 July 2012
Quasonix, LLC welcomes the Rack-Mount Multi-Channel Telemetry Transmitter to its product line. Weighing in at only 13 lbs, the Rack-Mount Transmitter unit provides up to six TIMTER™ transmitters inside, each with separate clock, data, and RF ports, in a slim 1U chassis. Operation is via an Ethernet-based Remote Terminal Window or a front panel serial interface.
18 July 2012
Quasonix has done it again. The new Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) Forward Error Correction system is a breakthrough addition to Quasonix receivers and transmitters. This fully integrated system was proven to significantly improve link margin in tests on a Department of Defense range. You want performance? The Quasonix approach yields nearly triple the communications range with 22% less bandwidth than conventional PCM/FM. Learn more! (PDF).
14 May 2012
Quasonix, LLC announces the shipment of the 2000th Multi-mode Telemetry Transmitter. Read the Press Release (PDF).
28 November 2011
Naval Air Systems Command announced Quasonix, LLC was awarded a contract to deliver a minimum of 50 Dual-mode Airborne Digital Data Transmitters for use in the Navy’s AIM-9X AN/DKT-89 Secure Telemetry System at China Lake, California. The firm-fixed price indefinite quantity (FFP-IDIQ) order may result in the procurement of up to 500 transmitters over the three year period of the contract.
2 November 2011
Quasonix received an Appreciation Award from Lockheed Martin Corporation for providing a cost effective and well performing hardware product for a recent program. Faced with potential risk issues, Quasonix provided technical expertise and used industry best practices to mitigate those risks. In addition, Quasonix met strict environmental testing requirements while meeting all hardware delivery schedule dates for the project.
24 October 2011
In conjunction with the 2011 International Telemetering Conference, Quasonix announces the availability of a new 5 band, 6 cubic inch transmitter with continuous tuning. The transmitter has a carrier frequency tuning range of 400 MHz to 5250.0 MHz. The 5 band TIMTER™ with continuous tuning is the smallest transmitter of its kind in the world.
14 October 2011
Quasonix now offers S and C band transmitter configurations. The S and C package provides a highly flexible solution with carrier frequency tuning ranges from 2200.5 MHz - 2394.5 MHz, 4400.0 MHz - 4940.0 MHz, and 5091.0 MHz - 5150.0 MHz with output power up to 10 Watts.
07 October 2011
Quasonix' new 20 Watt C band transmitter now provides output power options from 10 milliwatts to 20 Watts. C band packages offer several RF output options as well as variable power and dual power options for software or hardware based power adjustment.
20 September 2011
Air Force Materiel Command at Eglin Air Force Base has awarded Quasonix, LLC a firm-fixed price contract for telemetry equipment to support the 846th Test Support Squadron. Included in the contract are orders for five 10 Watt Tri-band Telemetry Transmitters, three Tri-band Airborne Receiver/Demodulator/Synchronizers for support of pod interfaces, and six Rack Mount C band Single Channel RDMS Telemetry Receivers with integral demodulators and bit synchronizers. Read the Press Release (PDF).