Serial bridge for wireless connectivity

Airborne Serial Bridge module simplifies the process of adding wireless connectivity to existing product designs.

08/16/2004


Airborne Serial Bridge module simplifies the process of adding wireless connectivity to existing product designs. Device provides an industry standard RS-232 interface and specific command set for OEMs needing to add wireless IEEE 802.11 connectivity to products with built-in serial interfaces. It supports multiple, industry-standard serial interface protocols, including RS-422 and RS-485, and is fully IEEE 802.11b compliant. Built-in Web server supplies full configuration of the serial interface, baud rates, and network and wireless communications parameters using a standard browser.

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