Programmable Data Links
We use Software Defined Radio (SDR) a new paradigm to built flexible, scalable, and portable wireless communication systems.
We provide solutions based on Software Configurable Radio (SCR), setting the communication system according to regulations and standards on the fly.
Our technology provides Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) capacity over the air in a two directional link.
Equipped with state-of-the-art signal processing our technology supports communication between vehicles moving at high speed.
What We Do
How fast do you need to receive the remote video feedback to control a robot, drone or autonomous vehicle? - That's few milliseconds! Commercial applications for remotely controlled vehicles are growing very fast and need to exchange large volumes of data for real-time decision making. TWEVO has developed a technology that transmits hundreds of Mega bits per second over a bidirectional wireless data link with zero delay.
Our latest news
Our “Radio regulation for drones | How REVOsdr untangles a tangled world v.1” White Paper is out.
Our REVOsdr has been “dressed”, for the first time! It was an efficient 3D printer that did the job.
Our “Radio for Drones | The world is not limited to Wi-Fi for flying drones v.1” White Paper is out.
We are starting to publish our White Papers. TWEVO’s Industry Knowledge White Papers will be named and marketed as “Blue Dot White Papers”, and our Product Knowledge White Papers will be named as “Oak Dot White Papers”. For the most curious, check our site here for the reasons why.
Last week we had a photo-shoot @TWEVO (we had a bit of time for that)! This is Carlos Ribeiro looking at our bright future. 🙂 All photos in our site have been updated.
We just wanted to share with you this beautiful art piece! This was in one of our screens, a moment ago. This graphically shows how the inside of the FPGA where we are now implementing our REVOsdr transceiver is being used. The colours are not just arty-farty stuff. They show where functional parts are being Read more about FPGA art[…]