ZumLink 900 Series


Z9-C & Z9-T

Superior OEM Performance and Reliability

Low-Power, Form Factor and Flexibility. Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) around the world choose FreeWave embedded solutions for the secure collection, transport, and control of mission-critical data.

The Z9-C and Z9-T serial radios offer superior performance in noisy environments and are available as OEM board level modules for mission-critical embedded applications. They share the same 14-pin interface found on our MM2 OEM board level radios easing migration to a more powerful platform.

Future-Proof your products now with ZumLink 900 Series.


  • Z9-C and Z9-T  Embedded Serial Radio Modules
  • Z9-T-DEVKIT  Z9-T Dev Kit (inlcudes 2 Z9-T radio modules)


Drones Environmental Monitoring government and defense Irrigation Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) Oil and Gas Precision Agriculture Smart Cities Utilities


WavePro WP201


  • Frequency Range: 902 to 928MHz
  • Modes: Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum and Digital Transmission System (DTS)
  • High-Speed Data Rates: Five RF Link Rates supporting throughputs from 80 kbps to 2.2 Mbps
  • Long Range: Up to 60 miles line of sight
  • Low Current Consumption:  843 mA @ 3VDC; 680 mA @ 5VDC
  • Flexible Interface: Either two RS232 or two TTL serial interfaces.
  • Noise Immunity: Superior performance in noise congested environments.
  • High Reliability: 100% tested for performance from -40°C to +85°C
  • Small Form Factor:  50.8mm L x 35.56mm W x 9.65mm H


Remote Tank Automation

FreeWave’s innovative 900 MHz ZumLink IPR App Server Radio combines intelligence at the edge with a state of the art high speed radio communication platform. Now users can write Apps and integrate measurement, control, data storage and analytics at the sensor/device/radio level AND publish analytics to the cloud or another host system.

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High-Speed Network Upgrade

A large independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company expressed a need to upgrade an existing network in Texas in order to meet increasing data flow demands and implement field software applications that would help boost production.

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