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06 - Static Base Telemetry

Racelogic offer several Base Station radio options to accommodate for local regulations on allowable frequencies and power outputs. Please see here for more details.
 

  • RLRTM869BS/ RLVBRTM869RV – VBOX Base Station/VBOX DGPS receive radio modules (Satel radios - EU Spec)
  • RLRTM915BS/ RLVBRTM915RV – VBOX Base Station/VBOX DGPS receive radio modules (Satel radios - US Spec)
  • RLRTMVARBS/ RLRTMVARR – VBOX Variable Frequency Base Station/DGPS Receive module (Satel radios - requires a local licence)
  • RLRTMVARBSCH/RLRTMVARRCH – VBOX Variable Frequency Base Station/DGPS Receive module (Satel radios - China Spec)
  • RLRTMVARBSKR/ RLRTMVARRKR – VBOX Variable Frequency Base Station/DGPS Receive module (Satel radios - Korean Spec)
  • RLRTM24BSJP/ RLRTM24RVJP – VBOX Base Station/VBOX DGPS receive radios (2.4 GHz - Japan Spec)
  • RLRTM24BSU/ RLRTM24RVU – VBOX Base Station/VBOX DGPS receive radios (2.4 GHz - Rest of the World Spec)

869 MHz Radios

The 869 MHz radios can be used throughout Europe and have a max range of 3500 m.

 

The Base Station variant (RLRTM869BS) is designed to connect to the Racelogic Base Station and transmit DGPS corrections to a remote VBOX. The VBOX variant (RLRTM869RV) is designed to connect to a VBOX to receive DGPS corrections from a Base Station.

See datasheet for more information.

 

The VBOX receives DGPS correction data received by the telemetry module, via the VBOX’s CAN socket. The telemetry module acts as receiver for information transmitted by a DGNSS Base Station.

 

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Image above: 869MHz / Variable radio in subject vehicle transmitting to the Base Station radio at a remote location.

Variable Frequency Radios

RLRTMVAR-Radio.jpgVariable frequency radios can be set to transmit and receive data between 403 and 470 MHz. The variable frequency and power of these radios (typical max. range of 10 km at 500 mW) makes them accepted in many countries. Please check local RF licensing regulations.

Racelogic supply a special version of this radio for China and Korea. Please contact your distributor for further information.

The Base Station variant (RLRTMVARBS) is designed to connect to the Racelogic Base Station and transmit DGPS corrections to a remote VBOX. The VBOX variant (RLRTMVARR) is designed to connect to a VBOX to receive DGPS corrections from a Base Station.

 

See datasheet for more information.

915 MHz Radios

Telemetry-module.jpgThe 915 MHz radios can be used in the USA and have a max range of 3500 m.

 

The Base Station variant (RLRTM915BS) is designed to connect to the Racelogic Base Station and transmit DGPS corrections to a remote VBOX. The VBOX variant (RLRTM915TR) is designed to connect to a VBOX to receive DGPS corrections from a Base Station.

 

See datasheet for more information.

 

2.4 GHz Radios

The 2.4 GHz Base Station Telemetry radios are available with a transmission power of 50 mW (Japan) and 125 mW and can be used in most countries apart from the EU. Depending on the power output, the radios have a max. range of 2400 m or 3000 m.

 

The Base Station variant (RLRTM24BS) is designed to connect to the Racelogic Base Station and transmit DGPS corrections to a remote VBOX. The VBOX variant (RLRTM24RV) is designed to connect to a VBOX to receive DGPS corrections from a Base Station.

These transmit a much longer correction message at a much lower rate than the Moving Base setup. There is no limit to the number of receiving radios (RLRTM24RV) that can get corrections from a transmitting radio.

 

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See datasheet for more information.

 

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Image above: 2.4 GHz radio in subject vehicle transmitting to the Base Station radio at a remote location.

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