Comprehensive GSM range

May 2002 IT infrastructure

Wavecom, distributed locally by Trinity Telecomms, offer a comprehensive range of GSM modems and modules. The range of products vary from the popular 'Fastrack' standalone type devise - offering a plug-and-play, dial up solution for voice and data calls as well as a fax and SMS wireless access solution - through to the 'Integra' and modular board mounted mass-production units which offer pint-sized solutions to the integrator.

Wavecom not only sports the world's smallest quad band GSM module but also are the first to have launched Open AT, which allows access to the core of these modules for programming of software applications within the module itself.

Various GPRS solutions will be available soon supporting Class 2 and Class 10 as well as EOTD positioning software and IIC bus and SPI bus communication solutions.

These modules and modems form the engine rooms for remote and mobile access to telemetry, vehicle tracking and fleet management as well as automation solutions for SMS notification, data logging, remote control and switching applications. Vending, billboard and security applications also benefit from the features offered by the modems to become cost conscious but effective, management tools.

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