Author Archives: Brandon Vaughan

AIM Introduces DRACO-GND-6500 Tethered UAS Power Supply

The DRACO-GND-6500 seamlessly integrates a 6.5 kW power supply and our Digital LYNX Ethernet over power technology into a single package. Multiple power supplies can be connected in parallel to support larger systems.   For more information please drop us an email at sales@aimatlanta.com or give us a call at 404-800-5411.

AIM Introduces DRACO-XFMR a vehicle-side, high-voltage DC-to-DC converter for tethered platforms

Fly more payload at a higher altitude with DRACO-XFMR a vehicle-side, high-voltage DC-to-DC converter for tethered platforms. Our DRACO technology allows designers to use longer and lighter tethers than would be possible with traditional converters. With an industry leading energy density of 6.9 Watts per gram, you can focus on your mission, not your power […]

Tethered Drones for Persistent Aerial Surveillance Applications

The SICX-75T was featured in Defense Global in an article titled “Tethered Drones for Persistent Aerial Surveillance Applications”. The article was written by Dr Stephen D Prior, Reader in Unmanned Air Vehicles. Dr Prior is faculty of Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton. Dr Stephen D. Prior The Faculty of Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton […]

AIM Releases Rigol DS1102E Oscilloscope Drivers Under MIT License

Rigol_USBTMC A simple PyUSBTMC-based interface for the Rigol DS1102E Oscilloscope. Source https://github.com/AIMAtlanta/Rigol_USBTMC Overview and Installation This module provides a simple to use python interface developed specifically for the Rigol DS1102E. The chief feature of this module is that it wraps the oscilloscope interface in a class, automatically identifies the oscilloscope upon instantiation, and simplifies calls […]

AIM Introduces LYNX-OEM Embedded Data link

Embed AIM’s Digital LYNX technology into your next tethered UAS platform. LYNX is the secure alternative to fiber optic or wireless data links for tethered applications. LYNX utilizes Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technology to deliver a robust high bandwidth data link over copper. LYNX eliminates the expense and hassle associated with fragile fiber optic tethers. […]