Press Release Summary:
Environmental Data Link (EDL) has built-in UHF transceiver and multi-protocol modem with data rates up to 19,200 bps. With up to 2 W RF output power, it is type approved for operation in North America and Europe. Modem offers packet and transparent modes of operation, with forward error correction and repeater technologies. Weather-proof system is suitable for weather station and other environmental sensor applications where moderate range is needed.
Original Press Release:
Innovative Wireless Data Link Provides Connectivity for Environmental Monitoring Equipment
SANTA CLARA - Pacific Crest Corporation announces the release of the Environmental Data Link (EDL) wireless modem. Th EDL features a built in UHF transceiver and multiprotocol modem with data rates up to 19,200 bits per second. With up to 2 Watts RF output power, the UHF transceiver is type approved for operation in North America and Europe. The multiprotocol modem offers packet and transparent modes of operation, with forward error correction and repeater technologies.
"The EDL form factor differentiates us from the competition," remarks Rick Gosalvez, product line marketing manager. "The weather proof design solves both cost and reliability issues that are important to the customer." The EDL is built on a third generation radio modem platform that has become the de facto standard in many GPS applications. The product targets weather station and other environmental sensor markets where moderate range and reliable operation are important. Also available from Pacific Crest Corporation are a variety of antennas, power supplies, mounting brackets and cables that complement the EDL product family.
For more information, contact Pacific Crest Corporation at 1-800-795-1001 (US & Canada), (408) 653-2070 (International), (408) 748-9984 (Fax), www.paccrst.com (Web), firstname.lastname@example.org (E-mail).