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Laird Technologies has introduced its enhanced LT2510 2.4GHz Wireless Radio Module product range.

The series includes model numbers PRM110, PRM111, PRM112, PRM113, PRM120, PRM121, PRM122 and PRM123.

The ability to control and optimise both the radio module and the network allows for the development of highly reliable systems for commercial building, field surveillance, utility management, recreation and fleet-telemetry applications.

With a throughput of up to 250kb/sec in half-duplex mode, the LT2510 delivers fast data rates.

In addition, variable output power options of up to +21dBm (depending on region) enable communication over distances that the company says are not achievable with competing technologies.

A range of ultra-low power modes plus low Tx/Rx power-consumption makes the LT2510 suitable for power-restricted or battery-operated applications.

Embedded with Laird Technologies’ robust server-client protocol, the LT2510 permits an unlimited number of clients to synchronise to a single server for low-latency communications.

The server and all clients in a network can communicate with any radio in range, via addressed or broadcast packets.

The configuration and test software allows OEMs to design and test networks to suit their applications.

Enhanced API commands provide dynamic packet routing control and network intelligence.

With its field-proven frequency-hopping spread-spectrum (FHSS) air interface protocol, the LT2510 rejects RF noise, excels in multipath scenarios, allows for co-located systems and provides a extremely reliable communication link.

It also provides a more robust, but simpler, link for RF applications that do not require a mesh topology.

The mini SMT package is suitable for space-constrained designs and is available in pick-and-place packaging for volume manufacturing.

The modules, including model numbers PRM110, PRM111, PRM112, PRM113, PRM120, PRM121, PRM122, and PRM123, are available in SMT versions that meet FCC/IC standards, while the PRM112, PRM113, PRM122 and PRM123 models meet CE standards.

Pluggable versions that meet FCC/IC/CE/Japan standards are available.

Numerous software hooks provide control and flexibility, allowing designers to mould the communication link around applications, as opposed to squeezing the application into a fixed communication technology or standard.

Each transceiver is designed to provide OEMs with a feature-rich, high-performance, configurable, secure, compatible, integrated solution.

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