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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 9
Publication Date: 09/1/2011
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Sagemcom 3G Modem Module from Alpha Micro
3G data system module.
Jupiter, FL — Alpha Micro Components, North American Machine-to-Machine (M2M) component distributor, has introduced the Sagemcom HiLo 3G HSDPA modem, one of the smallest wireless M2M modules available on the market today. Measuring just 27 x 27 x 4.8mm, and weighing less than 6 grams, the new module is suitable for applications where space is limited, including portable point of sale terminals, asset tracking devices, security systems and industrial control applications.
Form-factor compatible with its predecessor, the Sagemcom HiLo GPRS 2G modem, the new 3G design allows engineers to migrate existing devices to 3G quickly and easily, thus preserving prior investment in technology.
With its 900MHz band, the new wireless modem enables machines to overcome 3G coverage obstacles in rural areas, as well as inside buildings. Three 3G bands and the four 2G bands have been integrated to guarantee optimized operational functionality regardless of the specific environmental conditions.
This 3G HSDPA three-band module can also handle the four GSM, GPRS and EDGE frequency bands and delivers enhanced performance in terms of sensitivity together with very low power consumption <1.7mA in idle mode. Its guaranteed 3,2V minimum power supply makes it the best solution for battery-powered devices.
Developed according to the most demanding standards applicable for the automotive market, the HiLo 3G operates from -40 to +85°C.
Contact: Alpha Micro Components Inc., 725 N A1A The Alhambra, Unit E204, Jupiter, FL 33477
561-744-9986 fax:561-744-9935 E-mail: USAsales@alphamicro.net Web:
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