The Pacific Crest XDL Micro UHF Transceiver is planned for integration into equipment specifying one- and two-way radio communication operating on only one band width at 70 MHz. Even though it uses Pacific Crest’s advanced XDL modem technology, it is still compatible with the company’s current products as well as those of other manufacturers.
In this way, the Pacific Crest XDL Micro keeps users in contact with accurate GNSS positioning systems that are located throughout the world. The Pacific Crest XDL Micro has been certified for use in the following countries: Australia and New Zealand in the Southern hemisphere; Canada, Europe and the United States in the Northern hemisphere.
- 70 MHz broadcasting over a single 403 to 473 MHz band
- Superior performance with advanced data link
- 19200 bps for 4FSK and GMSK
- High link rate over the air
- Channel bandwidth works with 12.5 and 25 kHz radios
- Makaes 1Hz RTK corrections for multiple GNSS receivers
- Tolerates strong vibration
- Wide temperature range
- Small, easy to integrate
|DTE – DCE interface:||Up to CMOS 115.2 kbps|
|Forward error correction:||Yes|
|Frequency band:||Ranges from 403 to 473 MHz|
|Shock and vibration:||MIL-STD 810F|
|Size:||69.8 mm L by 46.6 mm W by 11.2 mm H|
|Operating temperature:||Receiver: -40 °C to +85 °C|
Transmitter: -40 °C to +65 °C
The Pacific Crest XDL Micro UHF transceiver can be ordered through TerrisGPS. If you would like to learn more about its features, please contact us using the Request Pricing form.