Telit UFF wireless modem solution
Telit has released the unified form factor (UFF) concept with modules targeted at wireless modem applications including GSM and UMTS (3G) networks and solutions that can be run on all the networks of Australia and New Zealand.
UFF is a concept of a products family characterised by the same mechanical and electrical form factor with different radio access technology.
This protects users’ investment by giving them the possibility to migrate with the plug-and-play switch of a module with other wireless modules in the UFF range without changing the application. This offers access to different cellular technologies, certifications or bandwidth.
For example, if applications are developed based on today’s mobile operator GSM/GPRS cellular technology, it might be upgraded in the future to higher data speed capability such as UMTS/HSDPA.
The main advantages are: increased efficiency in the use of the investments assigned to the development of the application (NRE), resulting in higher ROI; products that are designed to bring technology enhancements to the integrators, such as higher data rates and new wireless standards while maintaining backward compatibility in form factor and logical interfaces; ease of integration; single supplier of wireless modems; the user can focus on its core business and application; one single application for different markets.
Phone: 02 9889 2520
The modules are tailored for integrated and concurrent positioning and wireless communication needs.
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