The NAVY has chosen the Wideband DRS8500X Recorders from Wideband Systems’ (WSI) for a major system upgrade. The choice has been made after years of research and evaluating numerous TM recorders with the intention of replacing several other previous-generation recorders.
The DRS8500X is the flagship member of the Industry-leading Digital Recording System (DRS) product family. Optimized for the telemetry market, the DRS8500X can record and playback at sustained rates of 4800+ Mbits per second. Both native IRIG-106 CH10 and WSI recording formats are provided.
Additional features include:
- data export and monitoring while recording
- two removable disk banks (up to 2.4TB/bank with solid-state or hard disk drives
- flexible recording modes (striped, mirrored, or sequential)
- IRIG-A/B/G & NASA 36 External 1PPS and 10MHz timing references
- Gigabit Ethernet networking
This flexible series of disk-based recorders can be ordered with a variety of interfaces and control options tailored to meet most any requirement.
Wideband Systems, Inc., is a global provider of ground-based advanced signal recording systems. WSI recorders are deployed on every major US range as well as abroad. Their Wideband systems provide flexible interfaces (direct IF and RF recording, pre-detect analog, post-detect digital PCM, as well as Video, Ethernet, Serial, and 1553 recording). WSI recorders employ the latest technology, including un-matched performance (1600 Mb/sec to 9600+ Mb/sec), simultaneous recording, export (same mission or any other mission), CH10 Publish capability, Simultaneous Playback and Publish, Cued Trigger Playback, Dual RAID configuration (User configured for Mirrored or Striped Mode), Direct Record to any externally attached target drive, Remote Control via GigE post and many other advanced field-requested features.
With a strong commitment to its customers, WSI provides unmatched technical support and industry-leading two-year warranties. Additionally, all WSI recorders include lifetime no-cost software and firmware updates and technical support.
Wideband Systems joined the Delta Information Systems (DIS) family in 2021. The combination of the companies has allowed DIS to provide state-of-the-art end-to-end Telemetry systems. The relationship affords WSI a wealth of technical support and resources, thus allowing them to offer new superior features, and bring new products to market in short order.
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