TS900 Series Miniature Telemetry Transmitter

The miniature S-Band FM Telemetry Transmitters Series TS900 are designed for operation within industrial, military, aerospace and space environments. The highly reliable and rugged design meets perfectly today's demands for very small size, extreme lightweight and very low power consumption. STT's TS900-series synthesizer controlled, programmable, true FM telemetry transmitters are best suited for transmitting wideband digital multiplex signals, video or telemetry. These transmitters are designed to meet IRIG-106 standards.

 

NOTE: There are several options available to meet specific frequency, data rate, modulation, programming, output power and environmental performance requirements.

RF-Output

Frequency Range 2000 to 2600 MHz
Frequency Selection within 100MHz band
  programmable in 100kHz steps
Frequency Stability ≤ ± 0,003%
Output Power 1 to 10 Watts
Output Impedance 50 Ohm
VSWR better than 1,5:1
Spurious Radiation ≤ -70 dBc
Harmonics ≤ -55 dBc
Open/Short Protection yes, by internal isolator

Modulation

Type true FM
Deviation programmable
Sense positive
Input Analog, digital or Video
Input Signal Range 1 kHz to 10 MHz (-3dB)
  (options:
  pre-modulation filtering to IRIG
  pre-emphasis to CCIR)

DC Power

Power Supply 24...32 VDC
Rev. Voltage Protection yes, by internal serial diode
Overvoltage Protection for spikes up to 50 V/10 ms
Power Consumption 0.6 A , typ. @ 28 VDC (5 W)

Connectors

RF-Connector SMA-female
Modulation, Power and Programming Connector 15P Micro-D

Physical Data

Dimensions 76 x 51 x 21 mm (L x W x H)
Weight approx. 140 grams

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D-80992 Munich
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