RapidM is the partner of choice for many of the world’s leading
radio manufacturers who are developing next generation Software
Defined Radios (SDRs), and system integrators who wish to use
RapidM modems to bring cutting-edge digital capability to legacy
analogue radios. RapidM provides a full range of services for radio
manufacturers and system integrators including; strategic design
consultancy, development projects and system integration.
RapidM has a growing network of Value Added Resellers and local
agents to support our global customers. If you are interested in
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RapidM is focused on the area of high-speed data modems and applications for
HF and V/UHF radios. Supported standards include STANAG 4539, FED-STD-1049, FED-STD-1045, STANAG 4538, STANAG 4285, MIL-STD-188-110B, MIL-STD-188-110A, STANAG 5066, MIL-STD-188-141B and MIL-STD-188-141A. Our products and designs are used in many products world-wide including man-pack, naval and airborne communications systems.
RapidM new RM8 Software Defined Modem and STANAG 4538 ALE Controller unit offers systems integrators unrivalled performance and flexibility. The TC4 is a super-compact, high performance embedded modem module for use in new radio designs or for new ancillary radio equipment. RapidM is at the forefront of providing real-world Message Handling Applications and solutions for existing voice radio networks.
RapidM new RAPTAWC RT5 tactical field data terminal (built-in modem and GPS) brings STANAG 4538 (2G and 3G ALE) and 4539 based data networking and applications to the front line: Tactical messaging, position distribution and Email, SMS. The STANAG 5066 compliant RC50-T gateway provides a connection to the fixed infrastructure.
HF radio modems are able to transfer data over significant distances (10 000 kilometers and more, radio-to-radio), using radio waves reflected by the Earth’s ionosphere. Data rates of up to 9600 bps are available over a standard 3 kHz (SSB) HF radio channel and 19200 bps over an ISB channel. VHF modems offer up to 96,000 bps in a 25 kHz (AM, FM or SSB) wideband radio channel.
The application area is highly robust point-to-point off mobile VHF communications.