Data Transceiver Module Embarks As Smallest On The Market

Data Transceiver Module Embarks As Smallest On The Market

Heralded as the smallest UHF transceiver on the market, the Satelline TR4 module measures 56 mm x 36 mm x 6 mm and delivers a transmitting power of 1,000 mW. The module is compatible with the protocols of Pacific Crest, Trimble, and Satel. Over-the-air data transmission rate is 38,400 bps over UHF frequencies from 400 MHz t0 470 MHz. According to the company, as license-free frequencies are becoming more popular, such as 869 MHz in Europe and 915 MHz for the American market, transceiver modules of identical design will follow. More details and a datasheet are available at:
http://www.satel.com/product/satelline-m3-tr4
http://www.satel.com/userData/satel/downloads/brochures/satelline/M3_TR4_ENG.pdf
http://www.satel.com/userData/satel/downloads/user-guides/satelline/SATELLINE-M3-TR3_TR4_V_1_6.pdf

SATEL Oy
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+358 2 777 7800
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http://www.satel.com

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