“The proof is in the pudding” is a short way of expressing an old proverb whose original goes like this: “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.” You judge the pudding by how it tastes, right? In that same way, you can judge our THPRs (vs. stand-alone radios) by their test results. See our methods in the sample test results below.
Here at Triad, we know that real-world performance isn’t just a bunch of numbers. Our results have a critical effect on the success of many missions. Using our custom-built Fading Simulator, we rigorously test our products for short- and long-distance data rate performance to ensure a smooth integration into your ISR link. All of our high power radio systems go out the door with a full set of Triad test results, so you can be confident that for our radios the proof is in the link margin.
Common factors that can adversely affect dependable RF link stability during operation include: weather, antenna variations, surrounding structures, interference from nearby WiFi devices, cell phones, and more. To measure the effect of all of these variables, Triad RF Systems uses repeatable test methods to characterize the capabilities of each radio and high power radio system.
Here’s an example test report for the THPR1006 paired with a Microhard pMDDL2450 core radio that operates from 2402 - 2482 MHz. The Triad THPR1006 turnkey radio system is a superior choice for long-distance ISR Data Links as well as Data Links in which a higher data rate is required within the typical range of a stand-alone pMDDL2450. In fact, the THPR1006 is able to increase the reliable link distance margin by roughly 450% over a stand-alone pMDDL2450.