The FGR-115RC operated in the 902-928 MHz frequency range. Transmission range was up to 60 miles (please note that line-of-sight obstructions, RF interference, and antenna type affected transmission distance).Read More
The FGR-115RC supported point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks. It could serve as a field radio/modem connected to a datalogger, as a stand-alone repeater not connected to a datalogger, or as a base station radio/modem connected to a computer.
Freewave's FGR-115RC 1-Watt Spread Spectrum Radio was retired in July 2007.
|Operating Frequency||902 to 928 MHz|
|Type||Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Transceiver|
|Modulation||GFSK, 115.2 kbps or 153.6 kbps|
|Hopping Bands||7, user selectable|
|Hopping Channels||50 to 112, user selectable|
|Frequency Hopping Patterns||15 per band, 105 total, user selectable|
|Occupied Bandwidth||230 kHz|
|Transmitter Power Output||100 mW to 1 W (+30 dBm)|
|Antenna Connector||Type N Female|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40° to +75°C|
|Power||6 to 30 Vdc|
|I/O Data Rate||38,400 to 115,200 bps|
|RS-232 Connector||9-pin “D” DCE|
|Dimensions||16.5 x 7.4 x 5.7 cm (6.5 x 2.9 x 2.2 in.)|
|Weight||441 g (15.5 oz)|
Average Current Drain
The FGR-115RC can be used in networks containing RF450 radios. Campbell Scientific does not recommend using it with our RF401-series or RF430-series radios.
*The internal radio of the CR200(X)-series loggers should not be used with the FGR-115RC.
**Although the CR9000X and CR9000 are compatible, the FGR-115RC radio does not support their fastest communication rates, and is therefore not practical for most of their applications.