The DTP-500D CDMA module transmits data at 3.1Mbps downlink and 1.8Mbps uplink
AnyDATA Corp., a manufacturer of wireless communications devices, has launched the DTP-500D Rev A EVDO and DTP-600W HSPA mini PCI-E modules for mobile internet devices and other wireless consumer electronics. Both new 3G modules utilize single chip technology from Qualcomm.
According to the company, the DTP-500D CDMA module operates on EVDO Rev A 800 and 1,900Mhz wireless networks. It features speeds up to 3.1Mbps for the downlink and 1.8Mbps for the uplink. The DTP-500D module is backwards compatible to CDMA 1x RTT networks. Features include GPS and AGPS location capabilities as well as a built-in TCP/IP stack and a standard USB 2.0 interface.
The DTP-600W HSPA module operates globally on tri-band UMTS 850/1900/2100 wireless networks as well as quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 networks. The module transmits data at 3.6Mbps downlink and 384kbps uplink.
Soon Shin, CEO of AnyDATA, said: We are excited to introduce these new broadband 3G modules that establish industry benchmarks for performance, size and affordability. We’re pleased to offer device manufacturers the choice of the latest broadband wireless technologies.