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Quasonix Expands to Larger Facility

Quasonix has upgraded with its move to a new facility move operations to a new facility on February 20, 2009 as a result of the rapid growth it has experienced over the past few years. The new 10,000 sq. ft. facility is more than double the size of Quasonix' current headquarters, and its office park location provides options for future expansion as well. The new address will be:

6025 Schumacher Park Drive
West Chester, OH 45069

Resource Systems Joins Quasonix' Network of Sales Representatives

Resource Systems of Newtown, Connecticut joins recent addition Elotek Systems in Quasonix' network of sales representatives. Resource Systems provides coverage throughout the Northeastern United States, as well as Canada. Quasonix is very pleased to add another highly respected, experienced, and knowledgeable manufacturers' sales representative organization to its sales team. To learn more about Resource Systems and its territory, visit our Sales Reps page.

Quasonix Broadens Its Representation Network With the Addition of Elotek Systems

West Chester, OH - Quasonix, LLC, developer of high performance aeronautical telemetry systems, announced today that the company has added Elotek Systems as an authorized representative of its telemetry products in the western United States region. With the signing, Elotek joins Quasonix’ other domestic sales representatives, AeroGear (Southeast) and Tech Marketing Associates (Northern California).

Altera’s Stratix III FPGAs Deliver Advanced Computing Power and Performance in Quasonix’s Latest Telemetry Products

San Jose, CA and West Chester, OH - Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) today announced Quasonix, LLC is leveraging Stratix® III FPGAs inits latest DMS™ Telemetry Demodulator and RDMS™ Airborne Telemetry Receiver products. Altera’s high-performance FPGAs offer advanced digital signal processing (DSP) modulation and filtering for the demodulators, enabling Quasonix to deliver a high-performance solution for flight-test telemetry.

Quasonix Telemetry Solutions Chosen by Space Exploration Technologies Corp

West Chester, OH - Quasonix, LLC, developer of high performance aeronautical telemetry systems, announced today that the company has been awarded a fixed price contract from Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (“SpaceX”) of Hawthorne, California to provide telemetry transmitters and receivers in support of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle and Dragon spacecraft programs. 

Quasonix Introduces New Products at ITC/USA 2008 in San Diego

The company announces that it will introduce several new products at the ITC/USA 2008 Conference in San Diego, October 27-30.

Quasonix Receives Second Award from Eglin AFB

Eglin Air Force Base has awarded another contract to Quasonix for a wide range of products to support ongoing flight testing operations.

Quasonix Receives Award for Ground-Breaking Tri-Band Transmitter from Eglin AFB

Quasonix announces the first award for its new ground-breaking tri-band transmitter product from Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. The award for nine transmitters will afford Eglin AFB telemetry personnel the flexibility of using a singular 7 cubic inch unit for testing in all three telemetry bands: Lower L, Upper L, and S.

Quasonix Ships First Airborne ARTM Receivers

The new year marked a major milestone in Quasonix' evolution with the shipment of its first production airborne receivers. The 12 cubic inch unit is the smallest ARTM airborne receiver on the market with an integral demodulator that supports ARTM Tiers 0/I/II, as well as legacy PSK modulations. Even more impressive is the receiver's performance, with a noise figure averaging 3-4 dB at various bit rates, frequencies, and modes.

Quasonix Introduces New Products at ITC/USA 2007 in Las Vegas

Quasonix introduced several new products at the ITC/USA 2007 conference in Las Vegas. Among the new offerings showcased were a multi-channel demodulator product housed in a 1U rack-mount chassis, and, a fully-integrated airborne receiver in a 12 cubic inch package - the smallest ARTM airborne receiver on the market.