A data transceiver is traditionally used in the input and output processes of data communication. For those looking to broadcast data, such as an asset location or to allow supervisory control (SCADA), serial or networked radio data transceivers can be implemented. Although the process of broadcasting data with the use of a data transceiver may seem complex, in reality, the process is relatively simply. In order to effectively broadcast data, it is essential that all data receivers are connected directly to a computer or another type of data terminal equipment device. Once this has been accomplished, the data transceiver will receive the power needed to operate through a predetermined power source. The data transceiver will then be able to receive encoded data that is transmitted to it directly. The data transceivers will then decode the data that has been transmitted to it and convey the message to the computer or other type of data terminal equipment device that it is connected to. This data can be a message for the user in the form of a specific asset location. This data can also be instructions for supervisory control which have been transmitted to the radio data transceiver.
Raveon Technologies manufactures a variety of radio data transceivers for its current and potential clients. The company’s data transceivers are high-speed, FCC certified units that are specifically designed for telemetry applications, SCADA applications, AVL, wireless data, and remote control operation. Raveon Technologies’ new M7 VHF data transceiver is considered to be one of the most versatile and fastest on the market. This is because each data transceiver unit is equipped with advanced networking technologies, error correction technologies, and diagnostic capabilities. These radio data transceivers manufactured by Raveon Technologies can be used to effectively broadcast data for businesses in the Agriculture industry, gas and oil industry, and the utility industry. The data transceivers effectively convey data for businesses using GPS and asset tracking technologies and weather monitoring capabilities.