Quasonix’s multi-mode compact RDMS™ telemetry receiver features an extremely sensitive RF downconverter integrated with the company’s market-leading ARTM demodulator and bit synchronization in a compact 12 cubic inch flight-ready package. When compared to the competition, RDMS™ offers a remarkable 6 to 8 dB sensitivity advantage. What you choose to do with the extra link margin is up to you.
- Complete Receiver – RF to Bits
A single-box solution that accepts RF signals, and delivers baseband clock and data. No external add-ons required.
- Flight-ready package
Compact 12 in.³ (4.00″ x 3.00″ x 1.00″) enclosure.
- True Trellis Demodulation in all ARTM Modes
Provides true trellis detection in all three ARTM modes for optimal demodulation.
- Lower L, upper L, full S, C, or multiple bands available
- Lowest noise figure
3.5 dB noise figure bests all other ARTM receivers on the market, hands down.
|Compact Receiver-Combiner (CRC) Lite – Demonstration (Video)||Dec-2020|
Distributed-antenna example with 5 RF patches, 5 CRC units, a NetAcquire A-CSS, and a rotating RF source.
|RDMS™ Compact Receiver-Combiner Datasheet||May-2020|
Features, block diagram, overview of the remote client user interface, specifications, and possible band configurations for Quasonix’s third-generation compact (airborne) RDMS™ telemetry receiver-combiner.
|RDMS™ Compact Receiver Manual (Gen 3)||Oct-2020|
Operating instructions for Quasonix’s third-generation compact RDMS™ telemetry receiver.
|RDMS™ Compact Receiver Datasheet||Feb-2020|
Features, specifications, options, and possible band configurations for Quasonix’s third-generation compact (airborne) RDMS™ telemetry receiver.
|Receiver and Transmitter Catalog||Nov-2020|
Catalog of products including Rackmount and Compact RDMS™ Telemetry Receiver, nanoTX™ Telemetry Transmitter, TIMTER™ Telemetry Transmitter, and the Rack-Mount Receiver Analyzer.
- Powerful adaptive equalizer mitigates multipath distortion
- Optional contiguous tuning from 200 MHz through 2500 MHz and 4400 MHz through 5250 MHz
- Low Density Parity Check coding, included in all receivers with SOQPSK demodulation, operates with Quasonix LDPC-enabled transmitters to improve link margin by up to 9 dB, while still using 22% less bandwidth than PCM/FM at the same payload data rate
- Extended temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)
- Viterbi decoder (k=7, R=1/2), Tier 0, Legacy
- SAW IF filters (14)
- Wide voltage (15-35 VDC)
- Ethernet payload, used for Ethernet Via Telemetry (EVTM)
|STC vs. Traditional Two-Antenna Solution (Video)||Oct-2010|
Recording from an early test flight showing how Space-Time Coding eliminates signal fades inherent in a normal two-antenna solution.
|Receiver and Transmitter Low-Density Parity Check Guide||Sep-2019|
This technical guide introduces Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC) encoding, its uses and benefits, the Quasonix products it is available for, and considerations for optimal set-up and use.
|Receiver and Transmitter Space-Time Coding Datasheet||Oct-2018|
The Quasonix Space Time Coding Solution eliminates link outages caused by the “two-antenna problem,” improving behavior of received signal power and overall link availability.
|Receiver and Transmitter Low-Density Parity Check Datasheet||Oct-2019|
The Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) Forward Error Correction mode improves link margin equivalent to nearly tripling the operating distance on your telemetry link.
|RDMS™ Receiver Adaptive Equalizer Datasheet||Oct-2019|
Describes Quasonix’s telemetry receivers’ Adaptive Equalizer Mode, which combats multipath fading.
|Airborne Receiver Heat Sink||Heat sink for 3″ x 4″ compact (airborne) receiver. Does not require a power source. Part Number: QSX-AC-RXHS|
|MDM-15 RS-422 and TTL Wiring Harness for RDMS™||Male MDM-15 connector wiring harness with banana plugs for power and ground, BNC connectors for TTL clock and data, and a DB-9 connector for serial control. Part Number: QSX-AC-MDM15-HARNESS-SOCK-RDMS|
|Receiver and Transmitter Handheld Programmer Manual (Gen 1)||Aug-2019|
Operation of the Quasonix Ruggedized Handheld Programmer (PDA Utility), which is designed to facilitate setting transmitters and receivers for operation.