Iridium 9522B L-Band Satellite Transceiver
The Iridium L-Band frequency transceiver is a stand-alone module that provides developers a module that can be integrated into application based equipment or dedicated terminal developments. The transceiver is intended for incorporation into a final Iridium application/product that would supply power to the unit as well as the appropriate data and or voice interface. The complete product would include other components such as user interface features (keypad, display, microphone and speaker) for voice applications.
Data applications are also supported through an RS-232 serial interface and the 9522B uses the DPL bus for digital voice communications.
Iridium 9522 B L Band Transceiver Features
Enabling Global Voice and Data
The Iridium 9522B Satellite Transceiver is Iridium’s second-generation satellite transceiver for truly global voice and data communications. Compact, versatile and powerful, it’s ideal for sending and receiving voice and data from equipment everywhere on the planet.
The 9522B functionally supports all of Iridium’s services
Circuit switched data
Short-burst data (SBD)
Short message service (SMS)
Smaller and lighter than the 9522A, the 9522B is available to registered Iridium VAMs and VARs, and is ideal for partners who need a satellite transceiver to incorporate into a final Iridium subscriber solution for a specific application or vertical market. It easily integrates into a wide variety of applications through a RS232 serial interface and AT command set.
Iridium 9522B is ideal for sending and receiving voice and data from equipment everywhere on the planet.
Iridium 9522B L Band Transceiver Support Document
SpecificationsPart. No. IR-9522B RF Characteristics Multiplexing Method TDMA / FDMA Input/Output Impedance 50Ω Oscillator Stability ± 1.5 ppm Duplexing Method TDD (Time Domain Duplex) Frequency Range 1616 MHz to 1626.5 MHz Receiver Spurious Rejection at offsets > 1 MHz (typical) 60dB Receiver Sensistivity at 50Ω (typical) -118.5dBm Average Power during a frame (typical) 0.6W Average power during a transmit slot (max) 7W Power Input Specifications & Consumption Power Average - Voice / Data Call (see note) 4W Typical current during call (see note) 800mA Max current during call 2.5A Input Standby current (average) 250mA Main Input Voltage - Consumption at +5VDC 40mV peak to peak Main Input Voltage Range +4.0V DC to +32V DC
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