ESTeem Wireless Modems' new modem accepted by FCC
Sep 10, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
Electronic Systems Technology, Inc. (OTC: ELST), dba ESTeem Wireless Modems, has been granted type acceptance in Canada and by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on their newest licensed narrow band wireless modem; the Model 210M.
The ESTeem 210M was designed for the industrial, public safety, and federal markets operating in the 150 to 174 MHz frequency range with both Ethernet/IP and Serial/DF1 interfaces. The 210M using Selectable Quadrature Amplitude Modulation allows data rates up to 64.8 Kbps in the narrow band channels.
Featuring high security 128-bit AES-CCMP encryption, the Model 210M will meet the requirements in most municipal, public safety and federal applications. Standard simple network management protocol (SNMP) allows critical diagnostics and network management while network functionality supports VLAN pass through and IGMP Snooping. The Model 210M supports multiple modes of operation through programmable selection as a Repeater or Client.
Electronic Systems Technology has been a publicly held corporation since 1984. EST was the first company to develop the wireless modem and receive the United States and Canadian patents for this technology.
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