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S-band telemetry transmitter tailored for space limited apps

Posted: 26 Oct 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:m/a-com? tyco electronics? matm-090007-sa00x? telemetry transmitter?

M/A-COM, a business unit of Tyco Electronics, announced a new MATM-090007-SA00XX 1W S-band telemetry transmitter at this week's International Telemetering Conference (ITC) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The programmable lower S-band FM telemetry transmitter is designed for rugged, space limited applications, including smart munitions, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), missiles and other harsh environment commercial and industrial testing applications.

"The introduction of this new product is a direct response by M/A-COM to the industry's need for more efficient, compact and reliable transmitters that are capable of withstanding the extreme conditions of telemetry applications that have stringent size and durability specifications," said Larry Burke, product line manager at M/A-COM, in a statement. "We are pleased to introduce this advanced technology to industry leaders during this year's ITC, which features many of our customers and partners from around the world."

The MATM-090007-SA00XX telemetry transmitter is fully customizable in functionality and form factor for each end-user application. The device measures 31.8-by-41.4-by-5.1mm, and is available in other form factors, including a 48mm diameter unit. It utilizes a single 5V regulated supply voltage with reverse bias and over-voltage protection. Additionally, the design of this telemetry transmitter is capable of achieving a data range of 500Kbps to 20Mbps, and has an average DC to RF efficiency of 33 percent.

The MATM-090007-SA00XX is priced according to customization.




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