UAVOS has released its pMDDLRadio Data Link, which the company describes as an advanced UAS communication system designed for the unmanned systems market. According to UAVOS, the pMDDLRadio is an “easy plug & play device” that packages all UAS communication into a single RF channel, with the exception of using separate technologies for control, telemetry and payload, which reduces costs and weight.
The system, which uses open architecture, enables “full duplex wideband with cybersecurity protection, digital link, error correction techniques and high-rate communication in the Uplink (UPL) and Downlink (DNL) channels,” UAVOS says.
“Combining proven technologies, miniaturization, and advanced algorithms, the new pMDDLRadio Data Link System provides real-time secured information from unmanned platforms as well as from a range of different sensors, and allows enhanced situational awareness for better decision making,” explains Aliaksei Stratsilatau, UAVOS chairman of the board and lead developer.
“UAVOS’s high-end communication systems have already been installed on our unmanned helicopters, as well as on Fixed Wing UAV.”
Weighing 23 grams, with dimensions of 40x50x12 millimeters, and with a power transmission of up to 1 Watt, the pMDDLRadio is ideal for UAS, UGVs, and other robotic applications.
UAVOS says that the pMDDLRadio complies with aerospace standard DO-160 a range of power supply. Capable of being used as both an Airborne Data Terminal and as Ground Data Terminal, the pMDDLRadio can also download real-time video images, data and information from most available sensors.