Have a look at the video for a live demonstration of how fast the infrared updates: The Pricer electronic shelf label system uses diffuse infrared, so the transmitter and the receiver don't need to have line of sight.
The signal reflects off all surfaces in the surroundings and the received signal is from those reflections.
The new X30 devices are the first Windows Mobile Second Edition devices to become available in the US, and start at an incredible US9.
The X30 "Low" uses a 312MHz processor and has no integrated wireless capabilities and a limited amount of memory.
Infrared technology is license free and in use worldwide.
Infrared does not interfere nor is it disturbed by other radiofrequency devices.
With infrared you can transmit up to 90 000 updates in 1 hour - that's 30 000 updates every 20 minutes!
For most Pocket PCs running Pocket PC 2002 or 2003 OS and Palm brand PDAs with a universal connector: Palm m125/m130, m500/m505/m515, Tungsten E/C/T and Zire 71.
It is a ready to use, assembled and tested hardware/firmware sub-assembly that handles Ir PHY, Ir LAP(including Fast Connect), Ir LMP (including IAS for Ir FM OBEX), and Tiny TP.
Physically, it can be as external RS232 adapter (IR103SL),internal PCB(IE103SLi),or protocol IC(IR8203L).
is a mobile device that functions as a personal information manager.
PDAs were largely discontinued in the early 2010s after the widespread adoption of highly capable smartphones, in particular those based on i OS and Android.