Rostec has developed new radio modems at high speed for robots and drones. They will enable control and information exchange between stationary and mobile objects up to 300 km away. The state corporation reported this.
UAV “Corsair”, developed by “Ruselectronics”.
Roselectronics Holding, Rostec State Corporation, has developed small-sized radio modems that can be used for civil drones, robotic systems, and aviation. These radio modems can transmit 4K video at up to 4K resolution in real-time and provide noise-free, high-speed communication over distances of up to 300 km. According to a statement, the devices will be shown for the first time at the forum “Army-2022 em>Rostec.
Broadband radio modems enable a reliable radio channel between stationary and mobile objects for information and control. Operators can receive large amounts of real-time data and high-resolution video from UAV surveillance devices and robotic complexes.
The new radio modems can operate in the frequency range 50 MHz-12 GHz and increase noise immunity. They are light at 400g.
This equipment performs the function of cognitive radio by using pseudo-random frequency hop (PRFC). This allows devices to select the best frequencies to operate and prevent interference. Roselectronics is a part of the Nizhny Novgorod Research and Production Enterprise Polet.
Radio modems can work with different antenna types, and operating frequencies can vary depending upon customer requirements. Products incorporate various technologies that give them a competitive edge in the market. “In particular, the use of error-correcting codes and technologies based upon neural networks allow devices operate below the noise level, which ensures high reliability radio communications.” – Alexei Komyakov, CEO of NPP Polet.