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  • How to Connect a Cellular Modem to Your Accsense Pod
    Accsense monitoring systems connect to the Internet to monitor several physical values such as temperature and humidity, and also provide phone and email alarming features. CAS DataLoggers provides this quick 3-step guide showing how to connect a cellular modem when you don't have Ethernet access
  • Updating Modem Module Firmware on DT8xM Model Data Loggers
    The bestselling dataTaker DT8xM intelligent data loggers offer users all the capabilities of the popular DT8xM models while adding a built-in cellular modem to suit a wide range of remote monitoring applications. Entirely eliminating the need to travel out to the logger and manually retrieve
  • UHF Radio Modem Supports Computerized Irrigation Control (.pdf)
    . The fact that it's going to take a UHF telemetry radio, a spread-spectrum device or a cellular modem is in the background."
  • DSP GMSK Modem for Mobitex and Other Wireless Infrastructures
    interface. The cellular industry solution for packetized data is called cellular digital packet data (CDPD). The modem waveforms used for Mobitex are similar (GMSK), though CDPD uses 19.2 kbps. Core GMSK concepts, however, still apply; therefore, the modem design described herein can also be used
  • Sending Data and Alarms via Email on DT8x Data Loggers
    With their latest firmware release, dataTaker DT8x data loggers now offer built-in email support for alarms and sending data when connected via Ethernet. This capability is also available in dataloggers with a built-in cellular modem.
  • What You Don't Know About Industrial GSM/GPRS Modem Communications (.pdf)
    Cellular communications are becoming increasingly popular in industrial process applications where traditional wired and wireless communications are not possible. The cellular network provides access to devices anywhere a cellular connection exists. However, when using cellular communications
  • Smart Computing Article - Going Mobile With Modems
    are simple modems on a PC Card, to cellular-capable modems for the on-the-go computer user and "global " modems that make great travel companions. Of course, there are also a few that combine all those features into one fantastic, albeit expensive, package. Which type is right for you depends on how
  • Getting Started with PPP communication on Qlarity-Based Terminals
    on a network accessed by a modem. If the modem has wireless Internet access, data can be sent or received on-the-go with a Qlarity-based terminal. This is limited by the Internet provider's area-of-service, just like a cellular phone. It is helpful to have a basic knowledge of Qlarity Foundry (R

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