LISA-C200, CDMA module
u-blox announces CDMA module for US M2M markets
News Release from:
14 October 2011
u-blox announces the LISA-C200 wireless voice and data modem supporting the CDMA2000 1xRTT mobile communications standard. The low-cost, surface-mount module is ideal for a wide range of M2M applications. The new modem is based on CDMA technology gained through the recent acquisition of San Diego-based Fusion Wireless. Packaged in u-blox' micro-miniature LISA LCC (leadless chip carrier), it offers pin/pad compatibility with the popular LEON GSM/GPRS and LISA W-CDMA module families.
The addition of the LISA-C200 now offers our customers a complete range of wireless modules with a consistent form factor supporting all popular mobile communication standards in the Americas,” said Nikolaos Papadopoulos, President of u-blox America. “With this concept, our customers can create a single hardware design that supports multiple standards throughout the world.”
LISA-C200 supports analog and digital voice in the 800 MHz and 1900 MHz bands, up to 153 kb/s forward and reverse data communications and OTA provisioning methods (OMA/DM, FUMO, OTASP and OTAPA). The modem includes an embedded TCP- and UDP/IP stack and is scheduled for certification by US CDMA operators Sprint, Verizon and Aeris.
First customer samples of LISA-C200 will be available in Q1, 2012.