Network Bridge

Aug. 5, 2004
The Airborne Serial Bridge Module provides an RS-232 interface


and a specific command set for adding wireless 802 connections to products with built-in serial interfaces. The module is a multiprotocol serial-to-802.11b bridge in a small form factor. It supports serial-interface protocols that include RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 at baud rates from 300 to 921.4 kbps. It also handles both full or half duplex mode and hardware and software flow control. A built-in Web server displays serial-interface configuration, baud rates, network, and wirelesscommunications parameters on a Web browser. An on-board communication processor includes a full TCP/IP protocol stack, eliminating the need for network software in the host system. The module supports single antenna and dual diversity antenna operation and meets industrial temperature specifications.

DPAC Technologies,
7321 Lincoln Way, Garden Grove, CA 92841,
(714) 898-0007,

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