Meet the Team
Quasonix was founded in 2002 with the purpose of filling a void in the flight-test telemetry market for a company dedicated to the development and deployment of advanced telemetry products. As founder and president of Quasonix as well as the inventor of the SOQPSK waveform (also known as ARTM Tier I), Terry Hill set out to leverage key design experience and market knowledge in order to build a company with a focus on delivering inventive, revolutionary telemetry products.
Nearly two decades later and Quasonix has evolved and grown to reflect an expanding and enthusiastic customer base in the flight test telemetry community. Quasonix’s core tenet of exceeding customer expectations continues today with the consistent development of products that push the envelope of spectral efficiency, power efficiency, size, packaging, and user-friendliness. Quasonix continually breaks new ground and stands apart as the market’s key innovator. Quasonix: Reinventing Telemetry™
Support? Yeah, we've got that.
When you call Quasonix, you talk with an actual person. Customers are sometimes surprised by that but shouldn’t be. Experts helping experts is the way questions get answered and problems get solved, especially in a technical field like telemetry. And it’s one of the things that sets Quasonix apart.
Meet some of the people on the front lines of our customer support.
Founder, President, and Chief Scientist. He brings a background in communication engineering, hardware design, and customer focus that is unique to the industry.
Active in Human Resources, Accounting, and Finance, Pam is the heart of the company. Along with Terry, Pam makes Quasonix as much a family as it is a place to work.
Have you ever wondered if you’d enjoy sitting down with the US President – any US President – for a beer? Don’t do it. Have a drink with this guy instead. Or talk transmitters. It’s all good.
CTO of Antenna Systems and a founder of its predecessor, TelAntCo, Paul combines extensive hands-on technical expertise with a deep understanding of customers’ needs.
Engineering Technician supporting RDMS™. While nobody can break the laws of physics, Ryan will be happy to bend them to your will.
Has been a leader in production and support for transmitters, receivers, and now antennas. Which is almost as impressive as keeping the office velociraptor-free for the past 42 1/2 days.
System Engineer. Following a career in RF system design and development, now dabbles in digital signal processing and software – yikes! Supports RDMS™ and Status Logger development teams.
Signal Processing Engineer. Responsible for core digital hardware functionality and algorithm development across all product lines.
Former standout ice hockey goalie. Current standout Sr. Software Engineer and product development leader on Team RDMS™.
Engineering Technician supporting Ethernet Via Telemetry (EVTM) and Receiver Analyzer. His toolkit is packed with a wealth of experience from across all product lines, plus ninja Excel skills.
New at ITC 2022 – Don’t Miss Out!
– See what’s new at ITC!
– QBeam™ Digital Beamformer NEW
– TMoIP Processor NEW
– QSight™ Boresight System NEW
– And that’s not all!
Twenty Years of… Reinventing Telemetry™
– Twenty Years of… Reinventing Telemetry™
– Coming Soon: Receiver Analyzer 3.0
– Zen and the Art of Antenna Maintenance
– RDMS™ Release 19.3 Now Available
– Sneak Peek: PD900 Antenna
Delivered: Eleven HyperTrack™ Systems in Seven Months
– Delivered: 11 HyperTrack™ Systems in 7 Months
– What is HyperTrack™
– Why Choose Quasonix?
Status Logger Steps it Up
– Status Logger Steps it Up
– RDMS™ Release 19.2 Now Available
Quasonix To Forgo ITC 2021
ITC has long been an opportunity for us to share innovations at the core of our mission: Reinventing Telemetry™. This year brings a “first” of a very different sort: Due to COVID risk, Quasonix will not be exhibiting.
Data Quality Magic
– Data Quality Magic
– A Better Two-Antenna Solution
– SAVE on our Latest RDMS™ Features
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