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Topic # 3023 24-Dec-2004 00:00
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Does anyone know if the Sierra Wireless EVDO the only one or are more coming?? I know that Gtran had a 1x card - are the brining out a 3G card too???

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  Reply # 11313 24-Dec-2004 10:41
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Hi craigbov, yes there are plans to release a GTran 3g (EVDO) product. At this stage it's hoped to be late January, early February, however none of the dates have yet to be confirmed.

The card itself will be the same form factor as the GPC-3000 with regards to the aerial and interface (PCMCIA 16bit). The GTDialer is different, but will have features for SMS, etc. I believe there are also some PocketPC drivers for it, but I haven't been directly working on it this time round.

If there's anything specific you want to know, just drop me a line.




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  Reply # 11581 5-Jan-2005 21:48
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>> I know that Gtran had a 1x card - are the brining out a 3G card too???

1x is 3G :-P

(Just being pedantic for the sake of it)




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  Reply # 12880 16-Feb-2005 18:07
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Any word on the release date for a Gtran EVDO card yet? I've been holding out just in case its coming soon.

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Craig

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  Reply # 12913 17-Feb-2005 14:35

Why wait for a Gtran EVDO card - the Sierra does everthing the Gtran will do and in most cases does it better.

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  Reply # 12929 17-Feb-2005 22:34
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There is new software out for the Sierra A580 to allow sms and control of your laptops Wifi card as well....




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  Reply # 13515 12-Mar-2005 11:17
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I have information on 3 or 4 posted at

http://www.EVDOinfo.com

just click on products and you can see them. Of course, just because a card is available, you might not be able to get it. For example, only the PC 5220 and Novatel V620 are available from Verizon.

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