TR-1W

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TR-1W belongs to the class of the smallest ADS-B transceivers on market and has been developed for civilTR-1W belongs to the class of the smallest ADS-B transceivers on market and has been developed for civiland commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems. The device operates on 1090MHz band and allows to receiveand transmit ADS-B data with 1 Watt output power. The transceiver does not require any external devices tooperate. It is equipped with a high quality multi-GNSS receiver and a barometric altitude sensor. Thealuminium housing and ESD protection guarantee high resistance of the device to work in ruggedenvironment. TR-1W opens the way to the implementation of the Detect and Avoid algorithms, supportingthe integration of UAS into the airspace.

Featured:

• Real-time aircraft tracking on 1090MHz band

• Patented FPGA-In-The-Loop technology with the capability of receiving thousands of frames perPatented FPGA-In-The-Loop technology with the capability of receiving thousands of frames persecond

• Integrated high quality GNSS position source and barometric altitude sensor

• 1W RF output power

• Implemented MAVLink and AERO protocol

• Low-power and low-weight design

• Simple plug&play operation

• Programmable via AT commands

• Designed to meet MOPS DO-260B (except the output power)

• Dimension: 45.5x28.0x10.0mm

Application:

• On-board traffic monitoring

• Position broadcasting

• Implementation of Detect and Avoid algorithms

Basic Electrical specification:

Parameter Value
Frequency band  1090MHz
Input voltage 5V (+/- 5%)
Current consumption  averaged 130mA
Sensitivity  -72dBm
RF Output power  +30dBm (1W)
ESD protection All lines protected
MAVLink (baud) 115kbps
AERO (baud) 115kbps (AT commands)
Main connector PXMBNI05RPM04APC
Antenna connector 2x standard MCX connector
Dimension 45.5x28.0x10.0mm
Weight (without cables and antennas) 30 grams

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