It is based on the Java ME standard, and is suitable for Metering, Fleet management & tracking systems, POS terminals/scanners, Vending machines, Security systems, Voice applications, and GSM gateways.
It has up to nine IO lines, two serial ports, and phone/audio connectors.
Replaced by the TC65 Quad-band.
Features Dual-Band EGSM900 and GSM1800 Compliant with GSM phase 2/2+ Output power: - Class 4 (2 W) for EGSM900 - Class 1 (1 W) for GSM1800 Control via AT commands SIM Application Toolkit Multiplex serial interface, RS232 compatible Supply voltage range 3.2 - 4.5 V Power save mode Low power consumption: - Idle mode (registered) 25 mA - Speech mode 300 mA (average) - GPRS mode 360 mA (average) - Peak <2.5 A - Power down 50 µA - Sleep mode 3.0 mA Dimensions: 53 x 34 x 3.5 mm Weight: 10 g Ambient temperature: -20 °C - +55 °C Auto switch-off at +70 °C Specification for audio: Half rate (HR) Full rate (FR) Enhanced full rate (EFR) Basic hands-free operation - Echo cancellation - Noise reduction Specifications for open software platform: Java ME Flash file system (300kB) PC-emulator with debug environment CLDC 1.0 standard IMP 1.0 standard Specifications for SMS: Point-to-point Mo and MT SMS cell broadcast Text and PDU mode Specifications for data transfer: GPRS class 8 Full PBCCH support MS class B CS 10-4 CSD up to 14.4 kbit/s USS Non transparent mode V.110 Interfaces: 50-pin board - Power supply - SIM 3 V - RS232 bidirectional bus - Auto bauding - Analogue audio - 9 GPIO’s configurable as digital audio interface, second serial interface or digital ports Antenna connector Hirose, 50 Ω Additional features: Phone book Multiparty call Call diverting Real-time clock Alarm management Multiple ringing tones Dual Tone Multi Frequency Application software update over the air (OTA)
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