Nova Media on Thursday released a hardware development kit for 3G devices. The hardware kit allows developers to simulate 3G hardware and software solutions.
The kit consists of an embedded 3G module as well as a mainboard with USB support and the necessary Mac OS X drivers to address the advanced 3G, GPS and Voice functions of the embedded module. The company said it has been tested on networks worldwide.
The kit comes with an external antenna, a headphone, USB cable, RF cable and the power supply. Drivers for Mac OS X 10.4.11 and higher, Linux and Windows, as well as in-depth technical documentation are include too.
The GTM382 hardware development kit costs US$255.
This story, "Nova Media Releases 3G Hardware Development Kit" was originally published by Macworld.