Cradlepoint COR-IBR1100LPE-AT LTE, HSPA+ WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n), three 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports (WAN/LAN switchable), serial console support w/ USB-to-serial adapter router AT+T Reviews

Cradlepoint COR-IBR1100LPE-AT LTE, HSPA+ WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n), three 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports (WAN/LAN switchable), serial console support w/ USB-to-serial adapter router AT+T

Cradlepoint COR-IBR1100LPE-AT LTE, HSPA+ WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n), three 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports (WAN/LAN switchable), serial console support w/ USB-to-serial adapter router AT+T

  • ****Special Promo- Mail in Rebate until Jan 1 2016****
  • Form Factor: Router ; Technology: LTE, HSPA+
  • Frequency: Frequency and supported by carrier: LTE Band 4 – AWS (1700/2100 MHz), Band 13 (700 MHz) CDMA EVDO Rev A/1xRTT (850/1900 MHz) other bands available: LTE Band 2 (1900 MHz), Band 5 (850 MHz), Band 17 (700 MHz), Band 25 (1900 MHz) HSPA+/UMTS (850/900/1900/2100 MHz, AWS) GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
  • Dim: 30.0 x 51.0 x 3.15mm

With WiFi , Ideal for in-vehicle networks. Now with 3 Year Warranty!!

The COR IBR1100 is a compact, ruggedized 3G/4G/LTE networking solution for mission critical connectivity. Using the ACM cloud-managed solution, provides organizations the ability to scale deployments quickly and manage their vehicle networks in real time. With an extensive list of safety and hardening certifications, it is engineered to protect against extreme enviromental conditions.
4G LTE/HSPA+/EVDO for Veriz

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Yaesu Kenwood Handheld to PL259 Cable SMA male to UHF SO239 connector 3FT

Yaesu Kenwood Handheld to PL259 Cable SMA male to UHF SO239 connector 3FT

Yaesu Kenwood Handheld to PL259 Cable SMA male to UHF SO239 connector 3FT

  • Allows Base & Mobile Antennas to Connect to HandHeld Antenna Jack.
  • Cable length:3FT
  • Fits most Yaesu, Icom, Alinco, Kenwood,Wouxun & TYT Amateur Radios.
  • Keeps Strain & weight off & away from HT’s Antenna jack.
  • DHT electronics Brand is a registered Trademark of DHT LLC.Only authorized seller of DHT electronics can sell under DHT electronics listings.

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4DSP Delivers Ready-to-Use, 16-Channel 250MHz Data Acquisition to PCI Express with the PC768


Austin, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2014

4DSP today announced the release of a new PCI Express product featuring the Xilinx Kintex-7 combined with 16 A/D channels at 250 Msps. The PC768 is a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) card that features advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and data acquisition capabilities. It is designed for a variety of applications, including Medical and Scientific Imaging and Software Defined Radio (SDR) wideband waveform processing. The PC768 is an excellent, cost-effective choice for applications that require large-band signal digitization and processing through the use of accelerated frequency-domain algorithms.

“Multichannel data acquisition systems offer challenges due to the massive amount of data digitized simultaneously. The Kintex 7-based PC768 has the necessary resources to overcome system throughput bottlenecks typical of DSP and GPP based systems,” said Peter Kortekaas, 4DSP Engineering Manager. “Systems based on the PC768 will benefit from ample logic and DSP resources, as well as large memory density and high-throughput PCIe communication,” he added.

“The PC768 enables rapid prototyping and timely solutions deployment through the use of 4DSP’s StellarIP tool,” said Arnaud Maye, 4DSP Software Manager. “StellarIP, part of 4DSP’s Board Support Package, offers FPGA design engineers the ability to efficiently implement processing algorithms on the Kintex-7 device. Code reuse and high-level abstraction make it an agile and efficient approach to FPGA firmware design.” The PC768 adds to 4DSP’s PCIe FPGA card data acquisition product catalog. It is ready to use right out of the box and is well-suited for speeding design to production for both the industrial and defense markets.

Features:


    Kintex-7 XC7K160T, XC7K 325T, XC7K410T
    16-Channel, 16-bit 250 Msps A/D
    PCIe Gen2 x8/4-lane, PCIe Gen3 x4 (softcore)
    1GB DDR3 SDRAM
    Micro SD Flash (32GB)
    External and internal clock
    Clock Source, Sampling Frequency through SPI communication busses
    Single-ended, AC-coupled analog input signals

A full suite of tools is available to support this card:

    Stellar IP – firmware design tool with automated code and bitstream generation
    Board control and monitoring tools
    Flash programming utility
    Confidence tests
    Host-side API
    Software program example
    Test firmware and VHDL source code
    Drivers for Windows, Linux, VxWorks

More details about this product can be found on the following page:

PC768

Sales Contacts:

USA / International

Michael Brown

Tel: +1 (800) 816-1751

Fax: +1 (775) 473-9928

sales(at)4dsp(dot)com

4DSP LLC, 1210 San Antonio Street, Suite 801, Austin, TX 78701, USA

Europe

Erik Barhorst

Tel: +31-172-782-190

Fax: +31-172-891-261

saleseurope(at)4dsp(dot)com

4DSP BV, Ondernemingsweg 66f, 2404HN, Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands

About 4DSP LLC

4DSP is an innovative company specializing in compact, low-power, and low-weight FPGA-based signal and image processing systems. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with offices in the Netherlands, 4DSP develops reconfigurable computers of advanced architecture that offer maximum flexibility and scalability. 4DSP’s hardware platforms deliver unmatched performance for advanced digital signal processing (DSP) in embedded computing applications. More information about 4DSP can be found at http://www.4dsp.com.







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