EVTM Transceivers

Quasonix compact (airborne) Ethernet-Via-Telemetry (EVTM) transceiver

Rethink Wireless Fidelity

Quasonix transceivers are an essential component of our Ethernet Via Telemetry (EVTM) system, allowing for unidirectional and bi-directional transmission and demodulation of encoded Ethernet data.

Our transceivers incorporate the same industry-leading transmitters and receivers Quasonix is known for. While nominal hardware and software additions are necessary for EVTM, you know you’re getting the quality and stability you’ve come to expect from Quasonix.

In fact, it’s not necessary to have the modulation and demodulation functions combined in one unit. An alternative is to use stand-alone transmitters and receivers that are additionally equipped for EVTM, giving you the flexibility to deploy those units in traditional telemetry roles as well.

Key Features

  • Simplicity and Familiarity
    Built on proven TIMTER™ transmitter and RDMS™ receiver hardware, these units will be easy to set up and operate for years to come.
  • Flexibility
    Every Quasonix Ethernet-enabled transmitter or receiver can be used for processing encoded IP data or serial streaming telemetry data.

So Much More

If you’re not already familiar with Quasonix’s transmitters and receivers, learn more here:

Related Literature

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Ethernet Via Telemetry ITC Presentation 2015Oct-2015

This presentation from ITC 2015 introduces Ethernet Via Telmetry. It covers system theory of operation, first article evaluation and flight testing, and lessons learned and thoughts on future development.

Ethernet Via Telemetry ITC Paper 2015Oct-2015

This article defines the system design for translating burst Ethernet packetized data into a constant rate serial data stream suitable for transmission over standard telemetry hardware physical links.

Ethernet Via Telemetry DatasheetAug-2019

Advantages, applications, and hardware required to enable Ethernet Via Telemetry (EVTM).

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