NOVEMBER EDITION OF CONNECTED
|The latest news from GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) confirms that 1800 MHz is the most popular band for 4G/LTE systems deployments worldwide. LTE1800 is used in over 37% of the 113 commerical networks currently operating with a further 195 commercial network deployments in progress. Optus and Telstra have LTE 1800 networks running in Australia and M2M Connectivity can supply the Sierra Wireless MC7710 module today to work on these networks as well as a growing range of LTE routers.|
M2M Connectivity introduces the NV08C GNSS receivers from NVS Technologies AG. These receivers utilize GPS, GLONASS and QZSS systems and are ready for future systems including GALILEO and COMPASS to ensure the highest availability of navigation signals and provide better performance, accuracy and reliability. For our local developers, using these NVS receivers allows you to offer a highter level GNSS solution to your customers for a very small premium over standard GPS.
It is nearly the end of another year. Our office will be closed from the 24 December until the 7th January. Please advise us if you will be requiring deliveries in this period so that this can be arranged.
If you would like further information on any item in this newsletter please contact us. Click here to request more information.
Darren Moroney – General Manager, M2M Connectivity
NV08C-CSM GNSS Receiver
|The NVO8C receiver series feature full GNSS support of GPS, GLONASS, QZSS and are also ready for future systems including GALILEO and COMPASS. The NV08C receiver is ideal for applications such as IVSS and feature options of Assisted GNSS (A-GNSS) interface and dead reckoning.|
The NV08C-CSM is a fully integrated multi-constellation satellite navigation receiver specifically designed for use in LBS and M2M applications. A low cost device in a small form factor with uncompromised performance, the NV08C-CSM, offers high sensitivity and high performance acquisition and tracking, combined with low power consumption.
Also available is an evaluation/development kit (NV08C-EVK-CSM) to enable developers to quickly familiarise themselves with the NV08C-CSM’s features and functionalities.
For more information on the NV08C-CSM GNSS receiver click here.
|The RB411U LTE Ethernet Router kit comes with 2 antennas, power supply and a Sierra Wireless MC7710 LTE module supporting Optus (LTE and 3G) and Telstra (LTE only). When connected to an LTE 1800 network the router supports peak downlink speeds up to 100 Mbps and peak uplink speeds up to 50Mbps. The router includes the RouterOS operating system which can operate as a mobile LTE/3G ethernet router, firewall, bandwidth manager, and more – all at the same time. For more information on the RB411U LTE Ethernet router, please click here.|
The Sierra Wireless MC7710 LTE/HSPA+ moduleis ideal for mobile computing and networking applications. The MC7710 offers peak downlink speeds up to 100 Mbps and peak uplink speeds up to 50Mbps. itcan be easily integrated into a variety of devices requiring high speed LTE or HSPA+ connectivity, including applications with video download, routing over 3G, and in laptop/netbook computers.The MC7710 offers LTE connectivity on 800/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz networks as well as HSPA+ (900/2100 Mhz) and GSM/GPRS. For more information on the AirPrime MC7710 please click here.
connectBlue Bluetooth Access Point
|The connectBlue Bluetooth Access Point RBE221s is a complete Bluetooth to Ethernet enabler as it connects Bluetooth devices to the 10/100 Base-T Ethernet network.|
Supporting point-to-multipoint connectivity with seven slaves/clients simultaneously, the aggregate data rate between the Bluetooth clients and the RBE221s is 1 Mbps. The RBE221s offers a wireless range of up to 300 meters and supports the two Personal Area Network (PAN) roles, PAN User (PANU) and Network Access Point (NAP). The SMART-button system, web interface or SNMP makes configuration easy.
For further information on the connectBlue RBE221s access point please click here.
Radiocrafts TinyMesh is a powerful multi-hop mesh protocol with bidirectional wireless communication for control and monitoring of individual nodes. The network data packages are 120 byte. The protocol is transparent and may carry application layers such as M-Bus, MODBUS,DLMS/COSEM, and KNX. M2M have modules operating on 433 Mhz with options at 868, 902-928, and 2400 Mhz.
For more information on Radiocrafts TinyMesh, please clickhere.
|Tech Tip: RCM – Consolidated Compliance Mark Australia and New Zealand|
The Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) replaces the C-tick and A-tick marks on the 1st March, 2013.
The new national Electrical Equipment Safety Scheme (EESS) introduced at this time will require the use of the RCM and? will replace the current state and territory based electrical safety approval systems. The use of the RCM will require manufacturers, importers and suppliers to register products on the new EESS national data base. The RCM will be a single compliance mark and may only be used after establishing compliance with all applicable regulations including EMC, Telecoms, Radiocoms, Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and electrical safety.