Odense, Denmark, 28th September 2022 – QuadSAT, a specialist in test and verification of radio frequency equipment, will be carrying out a live demonstration of its drone-based technology next month at the Annual Symposium of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA).
QuadSAT’s innovative drone-based system for test and verification of antennas and radio frequency equipment is fully automated, flexible, and location independent. The system consists of state-of-the-art drone technology, integrated with a custom RF payload as well as automation and measurement software. With QuadSAT’s drone-based system, a broad range of testing missions can be undertaken, anytime, anywhere, depending on user requirements.
The live demonstration will take place on Tuesday 11th October from 3:40pm to 5:30pm at the Westin, at AMTA. At the demonstration, QuadSAT will be flying its drone and showing how it is used to take antenna and RF measurements. Refreshments and the opportunity to ask questions will follow the demonstration.
QuadSAT will also be presenting two technical presentations on Monday 10th October. The first presentation is on ‘Use of UASs for outdoor diagnostics of large antennas’ and will take place from 1:30pm. The second presentation is on ‘Satellite communication handover test planning with multi-agent system of UAVs’ and will take place from 2:24.
Carlo Rizzo, CCO, QuadSAT, commented: “With so much change happening in the satellite environment, never has it been more important to ensure ground station equipment is operating as it should be. At the same time, just as satellite is adapting, testing needs to adapt to become more flexible, time- and cost-efficient, without losing any of the all-important accuracy. In this demonstration, we will show participants how our ground-breaking drone-based testing system is revolutionising antenna testing.”
QuadSAT will be showcasing its drone-based solution for RF and antenna measurements on its booth 222) at AMTA from 9th – 14th October in Denver, Colorado.
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