Cellular Digital Packet Data

Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) is a specification for supporting wireless access to the internet and other public data networks. CDPD transmits digital packet data at 19.2 Kbps, using idle times between cellular voice calls on the cellular telephone network. CDPD technology represent a way for law enforcement agencies to improve how they manage their communications and information system.

CDPD technology represent a way for law enforcement agencies to improve how they manage their communications and information systems data transmitted on the CDPD systems travel several times faster than data send using analog networks.

CDPD is an overlay to the existing cellular network, which enables users to transmit packets of data over the cellular network using a portable computing device and a CDPD modem. CDPD offers a high-speed, high-capacity, low-cost system with the greatest possible coverage. Additionally data is encrypted for security. CDPD air link transmissions have a 19,200 bps raw data rate. As a tool for transmitting data CDPD utilizes digital networks.

The Raven is a rugged, full duplex Cellular Digital Packet Data (CDPD) modem that provides wireless transport capabilities for fixed and mobile applications. The Raven is an efficient and secure wireless packet data technology that is ideal for un-tethered applications.

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