SV: [uCsimm] Wireless phone for embedded devices?

From: Jarmo.A.Salonen@telia.se
Date: Thu Dec 14 2000 - 03:24:48 EST


Falcom is a German company that has some GSM modules for embedded use.
So you could make try at www.falcom.de.
Dont know if they have anything for GSM 1900 though.

Regards,
 Jarmo

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   Sorry if this is a bit off topic --
   
   Can anyone recommend a GSM phone that comes in a card form-factor
   (ie:
   serial interface only, no display, no keypad, with audio in/out
   jacks,
   external antenna).
   
   I'm working on a demo that would benefit from having an integrated
   wireless modem (voice & data) and remote antenna, which is why I'm
   not
   using a standard phone & data cable.
   
   The modem will be used in the US, so it needs to be GSM 1900 or
   another
   standard that will have nationwide coverage.
   
   I've looked at Wavecom, but most of their products won't be FCC
   approved
   until end of 1Q 2001. Siemens has some great stuff but it's all GSM
   900.
   
   Thanks in advance for any links you can provide,
   
   Brett
   
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