Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Wireless modules in LGA form factor

21 March 2012 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Telit Wireless Solutions launched its xE910 family of wireless modules featuring a single, compact form factor that is interchangeable on any regional cellular network, delivering ubiquitous, cost-effective coverage for M2M applications and consumer electronics devices worldwide.

Based on a land-grid-array (LGA) form factor with a footprint of just 795 mm² and a total size of 28,2 x 28,2 x 2,2 mm, the product family’s uniform design gives customers the ability to choose between global or regional cellular technologies depending upon the location and requirements of a specific application, for optimum data rates and module costs.

Supporting GSM/GPRS, UMTS/HSPA+ and CDMA/EV-DO cellular technologies, the xE910 range also allows applications to be easily upgraded, such as when migrating from 2G to 3.5G, while maintaining the core design of an application or device throughout its lifecycle.

Telit’s first announced module in the LGA form factor, the HE910 has been re-engineered to include nine additional global and regional variants, including:

* Three high throughput (HSPA+ 5.76/21.0) pentaband variants (800/850/900/AWS/1900/2100 MHz) for the global market.

* Three local, lower throughput (HSPA+ 5.76/7.2) three-band variants (850/900/2100 MHz) for EMEA, APAC and Latin American markets.

* Three local, lower throughput (HSPA+ 5.76/7.2) three-band variants (850/1900/AWS) for the North American market.

Designed for mobile computing, in-car telematics, PDAs, e-readers, tablet PCs and consumer mobile health devices, the new HE910 also allows customers to select specific features such as data only, data and voice, data/GPS, voice/GPS or data/voice/GPS. Additionally, the module provides ubiquitous 2G coverage with quad-band GPRS and EDGE class 33 as well as Rx diversity options.

A new member of the xE910 family is the GE910 quad-band (GSM/GPRS: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz) module designed for lower throughput 2G M2M applications in asset tracking, remote industrial monitoring, automated utility meter reading and more.

An upgraded DE910 EV-DO and a new CE910 1xRTT module serving the CDMA markets are scheduled to be launched during 2012, completing the xE910 family.



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