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October 18, 2012 - Available in 2 maximum conducted output powers of 125 mW and 50 mW, RM024 Range-Amplified MultiPoint Wireless Module features FHSS protocol for optimal interference and multipath immunity. Client/server architecture allows for more than 16 million clients to be addressed and communicating within network. Backward compatible with LT2510 module, RM024 is suitable for machine-to-machine applications, sensing and control networks, and long-range, low-bandwidth digital signage.

Laird Technologies

16401 Swingley Ridge Rd., Suite 600, Chesterfield, MO, 63017, USA

Original Press Release

Laird Technologies Releases RM024 RAMP Wireless Module

Press release date: October 15, 2012

Innovative Module Is Backward Compatible with Popular LT2510 Module

St. Louis, Missouri, USA – Laird Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the design and supply of customized performance-critical components and systems for advanced electronics and wireless products, today announced the release of its RM024 Range-Amplified MultiPoint (RAMP) wireless module. The RM024 RAMP module is backward compatible with the popular LT2510 module and also offers a new RF front end for improved sleep, an improved link budget, and a switchable antenna output.

“RAMP modules from Laird Technologies offer robust wireless communications for all applications requiring a wireless transport for serial data,” said RAMP Product Manager Chris Downey. “The RM024 module is the perfect choice for machine-to-machine applications, sensing and control networks, and long-range, low-bandwidth digital signage.” 

Like other RAMP modules, the RM024 module features a Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) protocol for excellent interference and multipath immunity. The module’s server/client architecture allows for more than 16 million clients to be addressed and communicating within a network.

The RM024 module is available in two maximum conducted output powers: 125 milliwatts (mW) and 50 mW. The 125 mW version is approved for use in North America and similar markets; the 50 mW version is a worldwide module that adheres to CE standards. The versions also differ in transmit power consumption and the number of RF channels available. Differences between the two versions, where applicable, will be denoted based on part number. 

Embedded wireless solutions from Laird Technologies include Summit Wi-Fi radio modules, a full line of Bluetooth® radio modules and innovative RAMP radio modules. These unique product solutions are ideal for applications in the automotive, industrial, medical, IT/computing, and M2M communications industries.

Contact Information
For additional information, visit http://www.lairdtech.com or contact us at:
Americas: +1-800-492-2320
Europe: +44-1628-858-940
Asia: +852-2932-0610
Email: WirelessInfo@lairdtech.com

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Translated versions of this press release are available in Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and German languages.

About Laird Technologies, Inc.
Laird Technologies is a global technology company focused on providing components and solutions that protect electronic devices from electromagnetic interference and heat, and that enable connectivity through wireless applications and antenna systems.

Custom products are supplied to all sectors of the electronics industry including the handset, telecommunications, data transfer and information technology, automotive, aerospace, defense, consumer, medical, mining, railroad and industrial markets.

Laird Technologies, a unit of Laird PLC, employs over 9,000 employees in more than 46 facilities located in 16 countries.

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