GSM and GPRS cellular modems provide a low cost method of connecting to the internet over existing mobile phone networks. In industrial networking applications, cellular modems must use an intermediary device with dial-up capability in order to connect devices to a GSM or GPRS network.
Cellular modems are typically used for low bandwidth applications, such as remote device monitoring and data logging, cellular modems commonly use GSM and GPRS technology to transmit data across cellular networks because they provide ample throughput and ubiquitous wireless coverage.
Amplicon provide a range of cellular modems which are ideal for WWAN (Wireless Wide Area Network) communication with serial devices over GSM or GPRS networks. If specialist connectivity is required, Amplicon's sales team can provide a bespoke solution.