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nanoTX™ Transmitter

At an astonishing 1.3 cubic inches, the nanoTX™ transmitter supports the smallest of airborne platforms with programmable multi-mode operation and as much as 10 Watts of RF output. The smallest ARTM transmitter now avaiable, nanoTXTM is ideal for airborne applications with strict SWAP constraints.


Base Configuration

ARTM Modulations

Quasonix transmitters offer three different modulations of increasing spectral efficiency - PCM/FM, SOQPSK-TG, and Multi-h CPM - also known as ARTM Tiers 0, I, and II, at standard bit rates from 0.1 to 28 Mbps (0.05 to 14 Mbps for PCM/FM). (The maximum bit rate with a Clock Free transmitter is 35 Mbps for all modes.) With bandwidth at a growing premium in flight test telemetry, you can take advantage of 2 to 2.5 times the data capacity of the legacy PCM/FM waveform with SOQPSK-TG and Multi-h CPM.

Product Configurations

RF Output Power

  • 10 mW, 1 W, 2 W, 5 W, or 10 W

Frequency Band

  • Lower L band (1435.5 MHz - 1534.5 MHz)
  • Upper L band (1750.0 MHz - 1855.0 MHz)
  • Lower S band (2200.5 MHz - 2300.5 MHz)
  • Upper S band (2289.5 MHz - 2394.5 MHz)

Baseband Interface

  • TTL or TIA/RS-422 (RS-422)

Other Highlights

  • Many Output Power Options with Exceptional Efficiency
  • Outputs from 10 mW to 10 W and optional variable power - all while drawing less current than the competition
  • 1.3 cubic inch Multi-mode Transmitter
  • nanoTX stands alone as the only 1.3 cubic inch transmitter with multi-mode and 5 W output capabilities
  • All-encompassing solution with Lower L-, Upper L-, and full S-band frequency tuning
  • Automatic Data Rate Tracking
  • As long as the external clock remains within the specified data rates above, the transmitter will automatically adjust to it with no programming or configuration required
  • Bypassable Randomizer
  • Standard IRIG-106 fifteen-stage randomizer, for applications with non-encrypted data
  • Intuitive Control
  • Straightforward configuration and control and platform-independence with serial terminal programming