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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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The battery-powered unit delivers broadcast-quality video using a single Verizon cellular modem, but has the ability to bond up to eight cellular modems simultaneously.
Says analyst Ken Hyers, "As the rollout of high-speed wireless networks continues in both highly developed markets and in developing markets, the opportunities for cellular modem manufacturers to expand their sales will continue.
Most of those laptops are being used for routine computer tasks, but a few have since been outfitted with cellular modems to see how well they retrieve information from the field.
In 2012, cellular modem sales will grow fastest in North America, at 69 percent year on year growth, followed by Asia Pacific at 34 percent;
Skywire is available with a complete development kit that includes the cellular modem, baseboard, antenna, power supply, debug cables, and cellular service plan.
34 cellular modem available today and features compatibility with laptops or portable devices equipped with a PCMCIA Type III slot.
A new DSL modem and a cellular modem join the company's analog modems, making it easier to share data in remote control, SCADA and automatic alarming applications.
With a Multi-Tech cellular modem, all we have to do is plug it in and set it up to call our network, and only pay for airtime, which can also reduce expenses.
It measures 90mm X 96mm and contains a PC/104 interface, dual UART, GPS receiver, SMA antenna connector, and Multitech cellular modem socket.
The company found that initial growth in the future will come from cellular modem cards (PCMCIA cards that are inserted into laptop computers) but will be overtaken by embedded cellular modems by the end of 2009.
Digital wireless communications technology provider TTPCom Ltd has launched a cellular modem reference design that can fit on a single processor.
A signal booster designed to connect directly to a cellular modem for use in machine-to-machine (M2M) applications, one of the wireless industry's fastest growing segments.

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