Quatech expands Airborne wireless line
Wireless device server family includes hardware and software to connect a serial or Ethernet device to a high-performance 802.11 network.
Airborne, a line of highly integrated 802.11 radios and device servers from Quatech s a full-featured 802.11b/g radio and a high-performance 32-bit ARM9 processor running an embedded RTOS. The module incorporates Airborne Device Server firmware, which can network-enable virtually any OEM product. Features include extended operating temperature range (-40 °C to +85 °C) and environmental specifications; available UART, Ethernet, SPI and RS-232/422/485 interfaces; fully integrated serial bridge and network stack; configurable wireless and wired interfaces; and FCC Part 15 Class B Sub C Modular Approval that minimizes regulatory testing requirements.
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