The design of Titus software defined radio receiver started in 2014 as a result of a meeting with TWR represntatives. it became soon evident that electronic products available on the market could not be modified to incorporate the advanced features requested by potential buyers. This initiated the process of the innovative design of the Titus SDR (Software Defined Radio) unit. PantronX engineering team started with a general purpose computer unit and embedding in it a broadband radio receiver module.
All types of applications, including RF software, could be installed. For example, DRM capabilities could be added as DRM is an open source. Dream Linux app was converted to run under Android mobile operating system.
Titus II, the current model being introduced to the market, is a low cost, high performance platform with many RF and PC factory installed applications.
Key feature of Titus II is its compatibility with analog (SW, AM, FM) and digital standards (DRM, DRM+, DAB, DAB+, HD). Consequently the market of Titus II is global.