Form Factor / Package:Other Telemetry Receivers and Telemetry Transmitters Datasheets

NI 5782 IF Transceiver for NI FlexRIO -- 782705-01
from National Instruments

Dual 14-bit, 250 MS/s inputs. Dual 16-bit, 500 MS/s real-time, 1 GS/s interpolated outputs. 100 MHz real-time bandwidth per channel. DC- and AC-coupled options. 12 bidirectional general-purpose digital I/O channels. The NI 5782 requires an NI FlexRIO FPGA module. Check Resources tab for compatible... [See More]

  • Device Type: Rec-Trans
  • Operating Frequency: 100
  • Applications: RF Microwave
  • Measurement Resolution: 14 to 16

The new Radioline® wireless platform from Phoenix Contact offers wire replacement for simple I/O and serial communication. With software-free radio setup, Radioline offers a cost-effective wireless solution where it is too costly or not possible to run a wire.Radioline features simple I/O to I/O... [See More]

  • Package Type: Din Rail
  • Operating Frequency: ? to 2400
  • Device Type: Rec-Trans
  • Communication Interface: Serial Interface
WISER Telemetry System - Torque Measurement and Monitoring System -- Model 2000
from TECAT Performance Systems

The TECAT WISER Model 2000 torque measurement and monitoring system is a single channel wireless data acquisition system for measuring live torque. It is small, light, power efficient, easy-to-use and non-invasive. The wireless system has the optional ability to measure 3-axis acceleration, pressure... [See More]

  • Package Type: Sensor System
  • Operating Frequency: 2450
  • Applications: Live Torque Testing
  • Measurement Resolution: 16
Digital Receiver -- EDR-09D1A-00
from Emhiser Research, Inc.

Emhiser Research, Inc. designs and manufactures a complete line of airborne and ground-based telemetry equipment designed specifically for harsh military applications. Our tested and proven products are qualified on numerous high profile defense programs. [See More]

  • Package Type: Mounting Holes
  • Applications: Military / Defense
  • Device Type: Receiver
  • Operating Frequency: 1435 to 1540