The Fastrax IT430 is based on the new SirfStar 4 chip set. With 9.6 mm x 9.6 mm, it is the smallest GPS module with integrated switched DC / DC converter.
The high sensitivity provides a range of up to 2 km. The wireless M-Bus module comes with LGA mounting technology. With its ultra-low power (< 1 ÂµA in standby) it supports a long battery life and less maintenance requirements. This wireless M-Bus module comes with interfaces like RS232 and helps with digital / analogue inputs and outputs as well.
GL865 a tiny GSM GPRS module for smallest M2M devices The GL865 is a tiny GSM/GPRS module (24×24 mm only). GL865 is a dual band 900/1800 GSM/GPRS module in LCC package. It offers ultra low power consumption and an extended temperature range. The small size with lowest power consumption enables the design of tiny M2M […]
What is a Phone Jammer?
A phone jammer totally paralyses, rendering inoperative, all kinds of mobile and portable phones working in the GSM bands.
The solution: Phone jammer detector
The unique, embedded Jamming Detect & Report feature allows …
Capacitive-feed antenna that can be enclosed in an all-metal mobile handset case People that know and follow me a longer period already note that I am reading and collecting anything about embedded cellular antennas that looks unique.Â My hard disk is full with files about special small embedded antennas. Today I make a text public […]
M-Bus (Meter-Bus) is a European Standard for the remote reading of gas, water or electricity meters. M-Bus is also usable for other types of consumption meters.
The M-Bus interface is made for communication on two wires, making it very cost effective. This protocol exists with several physical layers such as paired wires, optical fibber or radio link. The radio variant of M-Bus is called Wireless M-Bus and is specified in EN 13757-4. It is dedicated to the European ISM frequency band at 868MHz. It means that modules embedding the Wireless M-bus stack must comply with the general SRD standard EN 300-220.
The evaluation board â€žsmart-GSM/PLCâ€œ makes it possible The GSM-PLC board is designed to realize development from e.g.: Remote Control boxes with digital I/Oâ€˜s Remote Control boxes with analog inputs Gate opener via call by mobile phone Telemetry boxes Data logging Counter monitoring GPRS / GSM burglar alarm and much more On its I2C bus you […]
Today I would like to show and to talk about a new Linux based application for wireless M2M. The PCB is already in use in several projects. Based on its enclosure it can be used as a final product for end users. It supports a lot of interfaces like SD card / MMC card, GPIO Pins , AD / DA converter, UARTs, USB Device, USB Host, I2C, SPI and JTAG. At GPIO you will find PMW (Pulse Wide Modulation), counters and other intelligent channels.
… the extension module for GSM / GPRS and GPS
The open-source physical computing platform Arduino, based on easily applicable hardware and software for the development of prototypes, consists of a micro controller
(ATmega328) with numerous digital as well as analogue inputs and outputs and interfaces…
Arduino boards can be expanded to valuable features by plugging the so-called ”Shields”. With the GSM / GPRS/ GPS-Shield the Arduino board is enabled to use GSM (mobile communication) and GPS functionality (navigation), for example
Radio Module that enables secure wireless low power IPv6 communication for sensors and small devices. It utilizes 6loWPAN, the first IETF standard to build wireless, low power IP-based sensor and device networks.