Hey there everyone!
I'm trying to figure out the best device to add long term CDMA connectivity to my systems.
My systems are Linux Based single board computers. I have used USB modems in the past, but it would also be fairly simple to connect a modem via serial. I'm having a difficult time finding industrial and reliable modems/modules for use, and I was wondering if anyone has any advice or recommendations.
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks so much everyone.
Here are some industrial grade modems that are designed to survive in harsh environments along with an industrial grade Linux system with Kernel 2.6.18.
GTM-201-RS232: $419.00 Industrial Quad-band GPRS/GSM Modem with RS-232 Interface. Operates in temperatures up to 55C or 131F.
GTM-201-3GWA: $669.00 Industrial Tri-band 3G WCDMA modem. Operates in temperatures up to 55C or 131F.
GTM-201-USB: $439.00 Industrial Quad-band GPRS/GSM Modem with USB Interface. Operates in temperatures up to 55C or 131F.
LP-8381: $1,999.00 Controller with Dual 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet Ports and 3 I/O slots and Linux Operating System. Operates in temperatures up to 75C or 167F.
Do you require CDMA in your application? These ones above support GSM/GPRS and WDCMA. We should have some CDMA solutions soon. We provide free technical support so if you have any questions please feel free to contact me any time.
Maria Lemone, Sales Manager
ICP DAS USA, Inc. | http://www.icpdas-usa.com
mariaL@icpdas-usa.com | 1-310-517-9888 ext 105
If you want modules on CDMA network (Verizon or Sprint), your options are 1xRTT modules or EVDO modules. You may want to go with either Sprint approved modules or Verizon approved modules, because that will expedite your device certification on their networks. 1xRTT modules will be cheaper, but their typical speed is 60-80 kbps. EVDO modules will be comparitively more expensive, but you get can speeds of about 600-800 kbps.
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