SATELLINE-M3-TR4 is a flexible module which makes it a suitable unit for different uses.  It is an updated version of M3-TR3 module. It has two modulations more than M3-TR3; 8FSK and 16FSK, which give more speed to the radio interface.
Following items in the module can be customized upon request*:

- Mechanical fastening and its type
- Interface and antenna connector types

SATELLINE-M3-TR4 can be added to existing systems; it is compatible with widely used SATELLINE-3AS and -EASy radio modems and it supports also other manufacturers’ radio protocols (such as Pac-Crest-4FSK, -GMSK, -FST).
The channel bandwidths 12.5 and 25 kHz are software selectable and SATELLINE-M3-TR4 has a wide 70 MHz tuning range. End-users can select the operation frequency within the range of 403...473 MHz.
The module can be manufactured with an option for 128-bit encryption on the air interface to ensure the privacy.
*For larger orders also shape of the PCB can be customized. Please contact us to learn more about the customization options.

Available models and product order codes:

  • SATELLINE-M3-TR4 (YM7400)
  • SATELLINE-M3-TR4, without AES128 (YM7410)

Technical specifications

Frequency range 403 ... 473 MHz
Tuning range 70 MHz
Channel spacing 12.5 and 25 kHz, selectable
Sensitivity/Carrier power See the brochure / 1 W
Interface CMOS / UART
Data speed Radio 28800 bps / Serial 115200 bps
Power consumption RX 0.73 W / TX 4.7 W
Size/Weight 57 x 36 x 6.7 mm / 18 g
Connectors 1.27 mm pitch socket / U.FL

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