ZETA 4G Modems
ZETA is a great modem for systems that just need to get online with a 4G connection. ZETA operates with a wide input voltage range making it ideal for vehicle applications. In addition 5 GPIO lines are available to remotely monitor or control.
ZOOM 4G Modems
The ZOOM modems are a range of socket modems designed for 2G/3G/4G and with a fantastic feature-set. ZOOM is designed to be integrated with your own designs and includes headers to make it easy to added connectivity to your product.
ZULU 4G Modem
The ZULU range of 4G /LTE modems are amongst the most advanced and capable modems available today. The range is available as two main versions - with or without GPS. Further options include a 2000mAh battery and an upgrade of flash memory to a total of 128Mbit. The ZULU range can be used as a simple modem, or with application software within the UMTS module. But its real strength, for the user, is as a comprehensive computing platform using its ARM Cortex M4 32bit processor connected to the 4G/LTE engine - all in one package. The ZULU design has been extensively tested and represents amazing value as a 4G/LTE connected powerful 32bit computing engine.
MICA Series 4G Routers
Its compact small size design, enables the MICA Router to easily be embedded into other equipment or systems. With the GPS option, the MICA router is ideal for fleet tracking or access management.
QUARTZ Series 4G Routers
The QUARTZ 4G Routers have two SIM slots for applications which require an always-on connection. The router can intelligently switch to an alternative network if the primary one becomes unavailable. The QUARTZ router range has a dual SIM facility, RS232/ console port and 3 x I/O ports as standard. It also has a number of standard options, such as WiFi, GPS, 1 x WAN + 1 x LAN interface etc making the QUARTZ range one of the best to specify exactly your specification of router for low MOQs.
We now have a growing range of 4G/LTE antennas in most mounting styles including embedded types. Our 4G antennas are equally competent at 3G frequencies making them future proof as to whether you will move from 3G to 4G bands as they become available or your project calls for it.
All of the 4G antennas also are good performers on the Quad band GPRS frequencies but the top gain is at 3G and 4G frequencies.