Radicom Research Embedded USB Modem Modules

Radicom Research launched their new line of operating system-independent, USB hardware modem modules featuring -40°C to + 85°C operating temperature. The USB modem modules have received global telecom and safety agency approvals including IEC60601-1 (Medical Compliance). The modules are designed to meet the stringent requirements of commercial and industrial applications such as remote site data acquisition and medical devices. The Radicom embedded USB modem modules are available now with prices starting at US$49.00 in quantities of 1,000 or more.

Radicom Research Embedded USB Modem Modules

Radicom Embedded USB Modem Modules Features

  • Work with Linux, Windows and Mac OS
  • -40°C to +85°C operating temperature
  • RoHS complaint
  • Fax / voice playback and recording
  • Hot pluggable USB 1.1, 2.0 interface
  • Low power consumption from USB not line
  • Enhanced EMC/EMI shielding
  • AT command set support
  • Microsoft CDC compliant
  • Linux CDC-ACM compliant
  • Support V.92 analog data
  • Support V.44 data compression
  • Support remote telephone answering machines (TAM)
  • Up to 56 kbps data speeds downstream
  • Generates and detects DTMF tones in voice mode
  • Line-in use, remote hang-up, extension pick-up detection
  • Automatic format and speed sensing
  • Digital Line Guard
  • Caller ID type I and II for select countries
  • Agency approvals: Transferable FCC68, CS03 and CTR21 certifications. IEC60601-1, IEC60950-1, EN60950 approved, EN55022, EN55024 compliant with CE Marking

Available in module only (V92HU) and module with RJ-11 jack and USB type B receptacle installed (V92MB-U) configurations, the embedded modems process data using their own firmware and run completely independent of the host computer’s operating system. The modems are CDC-compliant and are supported by Microsoft CDC modem drivers and Linux CDC-ACM drivers. They work with Linux, Windows, and Mac operating systems.

Their small size, low power consumption, compliance with international standards, improved shielding, optional RJ-11 and USB connector placement makes Radicom’s USB hardware modem modules ideal for design into compact systems such as medical devices, POS (Point of Sale) terminals, gaming devices, vending machines, remote monitoring and data collection systems, industrial monitoring systems, home security networks, handheld computers, back-up communication systems, and any small footprint device that needs to communicate reliably with low power consumption.

More information: Radicom Research’s Embedded USB Modem Modules (pdf)