Range Amplified MultiPoint (RAMP) modules provide the perfect solution for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications where the need is to transmit serial data over long distances, wirelessly, with the highest degree of reliability. RAMP modules utilize Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology to provide immunity to interference and multipath in industrial applications. They are capable of operating in a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint network and can support a virtually unlimited number of nodes in a network. To see a comparison of all our RAMP products, see our RAMP Line Card. All are backed by our 1 Year Warranty..
Laird RAMP solutions can be used in various regulatory regions because they comply with all applicable regulations as set forth by agencies such as the FCC, ETSI, and IC. Laird provides certifications and compliance information for all applicable standards.
Helping our customers achieve these certifications for their Laird-equipped devices is part of our product, our solution and our responsibility. Laird's attention to regulatory compliance minimizes the cost, time and complexity of attaining all required certifications.
For more information, visit the Embedded Wireless Certifications Center.
Embedded Wireless Solutions Technical Support Laird provides engineer-to-engineer integration assistance to device manufacturers, as well as consultation and documentation to aid in custom device driver and application development. In addition, Laird support extends to our radio module's operation in the field.
Laird's system engineering team provides Level 2 technical support to device vendors and are well versed in radio frequency characteristics, wired and wireless network architectures, and security protocols.
Contact Laird Wireless Support: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Embedded Wireless Support Center.
RAMP modules utilize two unlicensed Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) bands from 902 Mhz- 928 MHz and 2.402 GHz – 2.4835 GHz. While specific frequency bands vary from country to country, in general the 900 MHz band is available for use in North America and Australia and on a restricted basis in Brazil. The 2.4 GHz band is considered worldwide, though approval in individual countries is still subject to restrictions. Laird also seeks FCC (United States), IC (Canada) and CE (Europe) approval for modules as appropriate, significantly decreasing the burden on the OEM developer.