Apollotek has developed a range of ruggedised Telemetry, Video and Data Link Transmitters for airborne Instrumentation applications including Aircraft, missiles, UAV's and high spin rate munitions.
We have a range of transmitter products providing RF output power from 10 mW up to 20 Watts.
Apollotek transmitters make extensive use of digital signal processing techniques to provide flexibility of input signal types and and flexibility and efficiency of modulation schemes.
Three standard mechanical confugrations are available. These are:
The T-905 Series - Analogue, Video and Data Transmitters with up to 5 Watts of RF Power at L-Band, S-Band and C-Band Frequencies up to 6GHz.
The T-905 Tri-Mode Series of combined Analogue and Digital Input transmitters with user selectable Analogue / FM Modulation, PCM / FM Modulation and PCM / SOQPSK Modulation at up to 25 Megabits per second. T-905 Tri-Mode Transmitters are available for operation at L-Band, S-Band and C-Band Frequencies up to 6 GHz and some configurations are available with power outputs up to 15 Watts in a relatively small footprint mechanical package. This state of the art series of Transmitters maximises the use of digital signal processing techniques implemented with FPGA technology.
The T-910 Series - Analogue, Video and Data Transmitters with up to 20 Watts of RF Power at L-Band , S-Band and C-Band.
TheT-567 Series-Serial Data transmitter providing up to 2 Watts in the 300 MHz band utilising minimum occupied modulation bandwidth techniques. This unit is shipped with a compatible R-567 lightweight Receiver.
Apollotek also designs special transmitter configurations which can range from repackaged mechanical transmitters,
transmitters meeting specific bandwidth and spectral emission requirements through to completely integrated Telemetry Senders comprising data acquisition encoders, transmitters, antennas and rechargeable battery packs.
Apollotek has also developed the miniature TM-900 Series For UAV and other similar applications with size constraints where multiplexed Video data and housekeeping data is required to be continuously transmitted to a groundstation.