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Quasonix Ships 4000th Transmitter

West Chester, OH – A landmark shipment occurred at Quasonix, Inc. this week when the 4000th Multi-mode Telemetry Transmitter traveled to another satisfied customer.

Quasonix founder and President Terry Hill had this to say about the achievement: “Shipment of this 4000th transmitter is a major milestone for us, and we're very proud of what it represents. The real credit, though, should go to our customers, who have fueled our capture of this market through their widespread endorsement of our products. I can talk all day about our features, performance, and value, but when our current customers send us new customers – that speaks volumes. Customer loyalty, that's the real accomplishment here.”

Since Quasonix shipped its first TIMTER™ multi-mode digital transmitters in September 2004, sales have increased significantly. Known for its continuous research and development efforts, Quasonix consistently delivers high efficiency, high performance products in small packages and at a lower cost than other transmitters in the market.

Quasonix recognizes the importance of thorough, rigorous testing of our products, to ensure they withstand the demanding environments in which they’re used. With a continual program of innovative development, the effectiveness of new designs is demonstrated by formal flight qualification tests.

Quasonix transmitters set the benchmark to which other vendors aspire. To our knowledge, there are no flight-qualified transmitters in production that match our combination of output power, input current, waveform fidelity, and spectral purity.


Quasonix designs, develops, and manufactures high performance aeronautical telemetry systems and is a recognized industry leader for spectrally efficient modulations such as SOQPSK and Multi-h CPM. Quasonix’ advanced product line extends from the air to the ground and includes transmitters, receivers, and demodulators with integral bit synchronizers. Quasonix is…Reinventing Telemetry™.