Author Topic: Would The La-5127 Work W/ Pdaxrom?  (Read 1176 times)

Drake01

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Would The La-5127 Work W/ Pdaxrom?
« on: March 26, 2007, 11:01:08 pm »
Has anybody seen the Symbol LA-5127?  And do you think there's any chance that it would work with PdaXrom?

Some of the "features and benefits"
# Wi-Fi® Certified WPA2 ™ Enterprise security offers secure connectivity with broad network interoperability
# Windows CE and LINUX versions allow OEMs to easily customize drivers for proprietary operating systems


Also check out the specs tab or the PDF, which include pictures of the external antenna connections.  I get the impression that this does not have an internal antenna, however.

Unfortunately, I didn't find any place that carries this item.  The following excerpt seems to imply this may not be available for retail sale:

Accelerate time-to-market—now and in the future
Available uniquely to the OEM market, the LA-5127 comes with a comprehensive development kit, including:
    * Linux or Windows firmware and code files
    * Application programmer's interface development guide (API)
    * Driver programming guide
    * Host interface document
    * Integration guide
    * User's guide
    * Release notes

Your developers can easily customize and port the API and drivers for Linux and Windows CE to proprietary operating systems, and Motorola's OEM support team can work directly with your designers. Motorola can help you leverage the LA-5127's regulatory approvals by providing software to facilitate regulatory testing, uploading Motorola-proprietary information to labs and regulatory bodies and, in some cases, even using your antennas as part of our regulatory certifications.
Device: SL-C3200 running pdaXii13v2 build 5.5.0
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