Pacific Crest’s XDL Micro UHF Transceiver can be integrated into devices requiring one- or two-way radio communication operating at 70 MHz in only one band. Although it uses Pacific Crest’s future generation technology for a XDL modem, it is nevertheless backward compatible with current products by the company and other manufacturers.
Thus, the XDL Micro puts users in touch with precise GNSS positioning systems installed all over the world. The product is certified for operation in Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the United States.
- 70 MHz coverage on a single 403 to 473 MHz band
- Advanced data link for superior performance
- High link rate over the air
- 19200 bps for GMSK as well as 4FSK
- Supports 1Hz RTK corrections for multiple GNSS receivers
- Channel bandwidth works with 12.5 as well as 25 kHz radios
- Tolerates high vibration
- Broad temperature range
- Compact, easy to integrate
|DTE – DCE interface:||Up to CMOS 115.2 kbps|
|Size:||69.8 mm L by 46.6 mm W by 11.2 mm H|
|Operating temperature:||For receiver – -40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius
For transmitter: – -40 degrees Celsius to +65 degrees Celsius
|Forward error correction:||Yes|
|Frequency band:||Ranges from 403 to 473 MHz|
|Shock and vibration:||MIL-STD 810F|
The XDL Micro from Pacific Crest is available through TransiTiva. If you would like to learn more about this unit, please feel free to contact us using the Request Pricing form.