inUAVI Releases RF Measurement Instrument for Real Time Data Relay from Drones

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“We’re excited to introduce our advanced electronic sensors and payloads that are controlled through the core UAV system, transforming the way data is collected and processed using airborne platforms,” said Marc Bouvrette, President of inUAVi. “For enterprises doing antenna inspections and deployments, real time measurements can enable immediate adjustments to the network, provide more accurate measurements, and reduce the time required to inspect and adjust wireless equipment.”

inUAVi’s lightweight, highly-integrated and portable applications run on common iOS platforms, automating previously complex measurements and delivering results literally to the palm of the operator’s hands. inUAVi’s proprietary radio modules currently process signals in commonly used WCDMA and LTE bands, providing spectrum data, channel power, and other key measurements that can be collected and relayed to ground stations in real time.

“Payload constraints and data collection capability from radio modules and sensors are the factors which have limited the kind of data collection that inUAVi will deliver,” said Bouvrette. “At inUAVi, we see unlimited potential to transform the current data collection model and make UAV solutions even more powerful and flexible.”

inUAVi’s equipment can be used for drone-enabled measurement of antenna alignment, wireless network quality measurements, and performing repeater pre-installation site surveys – all with much improved ability to inspect actual radio signals and not just the external radome typically checked by humans during antenna alignments.

inUAVi’s solutions will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress Americas trade show in San Francisco September 12-14. Gap Wireless, a leading distributor of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, now stocks and distributes inUAVi products.



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