|Digital Cellular CDMA2000 1xRTT modem|
CDS-9060 CDMA2000 1xRTT Data Modem, with GPS engine CDS-9060G, 512 Kb memory, dual DCE RS232 I/O ports, SMS, user configurable I/O control features for remote equipment, configurable internal data logging, 800 and 1900 MHz Analog Modem Upgradeable (CDS-9060A or CDS-9060AG)
The CDS products are self-contained Digital Cellular modems and PCS Data System that is cost effective for remote telemetry/meter reading, data application, and voice. The CDS products establishes a new benchmark for accurate and efficient data communications at an affordable price.
DataRemote, Inc. introduces the new CDS-906X series of totally integrated wireless CDMA/PCS/analog RS-232 1XRTT compliant wireless data modems. Available options make this cellular modem the most versatile in the market today. Using standard AT and DRIP (DataRemote Interface Protocol) commands, you will have the ultimate in versatility and control of data transfer, whether it be for AMR, AVL, fleet management, external equipment control, security, law enforcement, traffic control signs, oil and gas flow monitoring, or any other application where wireless data communication is required.
DataRemote Digital Cellular CDMA200 1xRTT modems
PROGRAMMABLE MENU OPTIONS for programming simplicity, with the most "User Friendly" setup and configuration in the industry, and with no special software required.
|Power Requirements:||8-24VDC @ 2A (unregulated)|
|On-Board Backup:||3V 200MA (CR2032) Lithium Cell|
|Serial I/O:||RS-232, Async, 2 DB-9 and 1 - 8 pos. terminal block Connectors|
|Control I/O:||16 Pos. IDC compatible header|
|Command Protocol:||AT Command Set and DataRemote, Inc (DRI) Configuration Menu|
|LED Indicators:||Power ON, Status, TXD, RXD, DCD, DTR|
|Modem:||IS-707A compatible, IS-95A/B (MDR verified on IS-95A/B networks)|
|Vocorder:||8 Kbps CELP, 13 Kbps QCELP, 8 Kbps EVRC|
|800 MHz (AMPS) (CDMA)||1900 MHz (CDMA)
CDMA: TIA/EIA, IS-95A/B
|Operating Frequencies:||TX: 824-849 MHz
RX: 869-894 MHz
|TX: 1850-1910 MHz
RX: 1930-1990 MHz
|RF Power:||600mW (EIRP Nom.)||400mW (EIRP Nom.)|
|Maximum TX Power:||
CDMA:>-104dBm @ 0.5% FER
|>-104 dBm @ .05% FER|
|Frequency Stability:||< ± 2.5 PPM||< ± 2.5 PPM|
|Antenna Interface:||50 ohm, TNC||50 ohm, TNC|
|Size:||6.299"L X 4.0"W X 1.2" H|
|Temperature:||Operating: -30° C to +60° C
(-22° to 140°)
Storage: -40° C to +70° C (-40° to 146°)
|Humidity:||0-95% (non-condensing) 95° F (35°C)|
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DataRemote manufactures CDMA digital cellular/ PCS and analog (AMPS) modems built for commercial and industrial environments. Cellular modem products deliver premium performance in North, Central and South America. Product warranty is one year, including materials and workmanship.
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User Data Protocol - UDP is described in RFC 768.
User Data Protocol (UDP) is a connectionless transport protocol. UDP is an application interface to IP. It adds no reliability, (but does have a checksum that computes header and data) flow control, or error recovery to IP. It simply muxes both input and outputs for sending and receiving data blocks, using ports to direct the data frames. UDP is a simple protocol with very minimal overhead. The responsibility of recovering from errors, retransmission, etc., is up to the application. Applications that need to communicate need to identify a target is more specific than simply the IP address. UDP provides this function via the concept of ports. The protocol needs the have the source and destination ports to identify the endpoints within the headers.
Although UDP does not implement flow control or reliable/ordered delivery, it does little more work than simply to de-multiplex messages to some application—it ensures the correctness of the message via the checksum. UDP uses the same checksum algorithm as IP.
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