Smooth real-time traffic control with Satel radio modems.

Satel radio modems make private driving and public transportation convenient.

Parking information

Finding a parking space can be made really easy. Information about available spaces in different parking areas can be sent by Satel radio modems to remote street displays. This way rrivers can a save both their nerves and the environment.

Real-time passenger information

The passenger information relies on the Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) system using GPS-satellite navigation and the odometer of the bus. The central equipment polls each bus. The central computer has continuously the data of the exact position of each bus along the route. This enables the central system to forecast next bus arrival times to all the bus stops. This data is used to update the real-time database of bus arrival times at each bus stop. This data is also sent directly to all bus stop display equipment.

Traffic light priority

Buses and trams can be given green waves in traffic lights by sending priority signals to traffic lights. By preventing unnecessary braking and stopping, travel times can be shortened; fuel consumption and emissions reduced and rides made smoother.

Examples of traffic applications based on Satel radio modems:
Public transportation - Real-time passenger information systems
Public transportation - Traffic light priority
Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) – Tracking the vehicles continuously
Parking information – Real-time info of the available parking spots
Speed limit signs – Changing the speed limits wirelessly when the weather conditions are changing

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Radio modem for UHF frequencies with dedicated Network Management System (NMS) –software
330 … 470 MHz
RS-232, 422, 485
1 W
UHF radio modem with dedicated NMS -software and 10 W output power
330 … 470 MHz
RS-232, 422, 485
10 W

Data transceiver module with wide tuning range
330...420 MHz / 403 ... 473 MHz
RS-232, 422, LVTTL, TTL
1 W

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