The Raven110 was an Airlink product intended for AT&T digital cellular networks. This full-duplex modem transmitted data to the local cellular tower using either a GPRS or EDGE network. The data was sent from the tower to the base station computer via the Internet. Communicating via Internet provided faster communication rates and eliminates dialing delays and long distance fees.
|Description||Quadband EDGE (MS class 10) with dualband GPRS (MS-12) fallback|
|EDGE Quadband||1900/850 MHz and 1800/900 MHz|
|GPRS Dualband||1900/850 MHz|
|Transmit Frequency||1850 to 1910 MHz and 824 to 849 MHz|
|Receiver Frequency||1930 to 1990 MHz and 869 to 894 MHz|
|EDGE Throughput||Up to 384 kbps|
|GPRS Throughput||Up to 70 kbp|
|RS-232 Data Rates||1200 bps to 115.2 kbps|
|Operating Temperature Range||-30° to +70°C (10% duty cycle limit above 60°C)|
*Although the CR9000X and CR9000 are compatible, the Raven110 does not support their fastest communication rates, and is therefore not practical for most of their applications.
For use with AT&T and other (GPRS/EDGE) Raven modems.
This template file is used with the Sierra Wireless ACEManager software to configure the AirLink Raven modem to 9600 baud. The CR200(X), CR10(X), CR510, CR500, 21X and CR7 dataloggers communicate at 9600 baud.