October 23, 2017

Radio regulation for drones

Radio regulation for drones
How REVOsdr untangles a tangled world v.2

Foreword

Among the intense life of solving hardware or software bugs, building, testing and measuring, and selling, sometimes there is no time to look into the entangled world of “Regulation”. And, further, we have “Industry Standards”. When building a drone with several radio links, we need to know where in the map our client is, literally – from a global ITU Region to a local geographical restriction, rules are important to be known, understood and followed. Without that, we cannot sell a radio-based product. In the world of professional drones, for the end-user, such is the first step to accomplish surveying missions, avoid accidents and contribute to a harmonised use of drones.
For data link technology planners and makers in the drone context, one major decision is if a communications standard is to be followed or not. Another decisive step is on the available spectrum, power levels, or other regulatory impositions such as spectrum sharing, modulation, multiple access schemes, sub-channels, duty-cycles.
In preparing our REVOsdr data link for the global professional drone market, for its reliability and flexibility, we need to have it ready to work according to several international and national demands. And the radio world is our oyster!

Product Knowledge White Paper, 2017
This is a “Oak Dot White Paper”, about our detailed technical view on the industry, with the purpose of informing drone manufacturers and integrators


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