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modem

a device used to connect a COMPUTER to the public telephone network to enable the computer to transmit or receive information from other computers sited some distance away.
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When it connects in the network IR the mobile phone operator gives an IP number to the mobile modem that becomes its identification in the networking.
In contrast, all 3G+ mobile modems can be used to their full capability today with a Nawras SIM-card which gives an enjoyable, high speed, mobile internet connection.
The system has been designed to support the initial deployment of five-hundred (500) G3 ADB mobile modems with integrated GPS tracking, and also allows for easy system expansion to meet future needs.
Under the terms of the agreements, QUALCOMM will provide for the transfer of certain HDR infrastructure designs and COM DEV will have the rights to utilize HDR technology in base stations and mobile modem cards of its soon to be launched high-speed wireless Internet system.
Today at the International Wireless Communications Expo, Sierra Wireless unveiled the MP215 cellular data mobile modem.
The PC Card cell phone/modem selected as best Mobile Modem by the
31, 1997--Andrew Harries, vice president of Marketing for Sierra Wireless, announced today at the CDPD Forum that the Sierra Wireless MP200 rugged mobile modem is now offered with an integral GPS receiver module.
In CS-CDPD mode, the Sierra Wireless MP200 rugged mobile modem can switch between circuit mode or packet mode CDPD operation automatically while keeping the same IP address (NEI) registered on the network.
29, 1997--Andrew Harries, Vice President Marketing of Sierra Wireless, announced today at the CDPD Forum that the Sierra Wireless MP200 rugged mobile modem is now offered with an integral GPS receiver module.
Robotics is a world leader in the desktop and mobile modem, wide area network access, Internet and on-line access markets.

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