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WayWORD Mobile Data Terminal Accessories and Kit

Cable Part Numbers 4C001-30   Power Cable  Cable, 3-pin, female connector, locking, 3 meter length All WayWORDs will come with a power cable, regardless of setup used. 4C806-MF-10  DB9 Data Cable  Data cable black with DB9 female, 10ft. All WayWORDs will come with a DB9 Data Cable.  4C010-30 External I/O Cable Cable, Assembled, 22 AWG, 12 […]

Filed under: Hardware Information | Posted on August 15th, 2017 by am | Comments Off on WayWORD Mobile Data Terminal Accessories and Kit

Asset Tracking Transmitters and Hardware

Raveon’s new RavTrack series of GPS Tracking transceivers have built-in GPS and are the fastest real-time tracking radios in the industry. See: www.ravtrack.com for more information on Raveon’s complete Real-Time GPS Tracking system.   Products for GPS Tracking of Assets, Vehicles, and Personnel ATLAS PL Personal Locator The Atlas PL is part of Raveon’s RavTrack […]

Filed under: Hardware Information | Posted on September 25th, 2015 by chris sonnenberg | No Comments »

Firefighter GPS Devices

Raveon manufactures a line of GPS devices to protect the lives and safety of peple in remote and dangerous areas. Firefighters have a very difficult and dangerous job, and deserve the best communication possible. Voice communications is often a huge challenge in wild-fire fighting, and Raveon’s Atlas GPS transponder can provide an additional level of […]

Filed under: Hardware Information | Posted on September 25th, 2015 by chris sonnenberg | No Comments »

Mine Radio Underground Communications: Leaky Feeder Radio System

Raveon’s M7 series radios are well-suited for underground mine radio data communications. With the fastest Transmit / Receive turn around time in the VHF/UHF radio modem business, your polled telemetry system will operate fast and efficient within an underground data system using a pair of cables one of which is a radiating cable the other […]

Filed under: Hardware Information, Industry information | Posted on September 25th, 2015 by chris sonnenberg | No Comments »

leaky feeder info

Leaky Feeder Radio Systems (using a radiating cable) All Raveon data radios can be equipped with a radiating coaxial cable as an antenna for use as a leaky feeder system in areas such as, underground mines and railways, inside industrial buildings, and any other enclosed area where direct line of contact may be difficult to […]

Filed under: Hardware Information | Posted on September 2nd, 2015 by chris sonnenberg | No Comments »

220MHZ Band Antennas

VHF and UHF antennas are easy to find, but 220MHz band antennas for data radio modem are more difficult to find.  This Tech Blog article provides links and ideas for sourcing 220MHz mobile antennas and 220MHz base station antennas. 1.   Overview Raveon produces data radio modems at 200 MHz for Machine-to-machine (M2M) and SCADA applications.  Commercial […]

Filed under: Hardware Information | Posted on April 13th, 2014 by John Sonnenberg | No Comments »

Simplify System Design with Automatic Message Delineation

TDMA systems are often used to send consistently timed, periodic data. In these situations, system designers face the challenge of adjusting the rate data is sent to the modem to match the TDMA parameters. With Automatic Message Delineation, this constraint is removed. Instead, the modem is allowed to detect message boundaries and send only the […]

Filed under: General, Hardware Information | Posted on July 8th, 2013 by Adam Hickerson | No Comments »

Serial Data Framing to Reduce System Power Consumption

Ouput Data Framing is used when it is necessary for the device connected to the M7 data radio modem to wake from sleep or enter an appropriate mode to receive data.  Using a serial port handshake line, an M7 data radio can signal a listening device to wake up before outputting data, allowing the terminal […]

Filed under: General, Hardware Information | Posted on October 25th, 2012 by Adam Hickerson | No Comments »

Sleep Mode 1 in the M7 Data Radio

In the M7 radio, Sleep Mode 1 is enabled with the ATSM 1command.  There also must be 3 components installed on the circuit board of the M7 radio to allow sleep mode 1 to work. It is highly recommended that this modification be done at Raveon, or by very qualified technician skilled in fine-pitch soldering.  Damage to […]

Filed under: Hardware Information, Transponder Installation | Posted on November 29th, 2010 by John Sonnenberg | No Comments »

USB Port Assignments

The M7-USB option, and all of the USB serial bridge cables from Raveon use the FTDI FT232R chip-set.  Raveon has an application note <here> that describes how the M7-USB option works.  The driver for the FTDI chipset is included with most versions of Microsoft Windows, and it may be <Downloaded Here>. The when a USB device […]

Filed under: Hardware Information, Installation Information | Posted on October 11th, 2010 by John Sonnenberg | No Comments »