The following ESTeem products are supported but no longer in current production. If you need any further technical information on any of the products, please contact Technical Support at support@esteem.com or 509-735-9092 (Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM Pacific Time).

210 Series – Licensed Long-Range Ethernet Radio

The ESTeem 210 Series long-range radio modem provides fast, secure and reliable industrial wireless connectivity when VHF and UHF bands are required for terrain coverage in Industrial, Public Safety, and Federal applications. Designed as the perfect radio solution for these markets, the ESTeem 210 long-range modem features one Ethernet port (10/100/1Gb) and one independent Serial RS-232C data port. The Model 210 is a narrowband compliant licensed Ethernet radio with selectable Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). Depending on the antenna used, this long range Ethernet radio modem delivers up to 64.8 Kbps of data rate over distances greater than 10 miles in high noise environments.

Product Documentation

Model 210 Series Product Family

Model Type Frequency  RF Power RF Data Rate LOS Range Interface
210C Ethernet Licensed UHF 450 to 470 MHz 2 Watts 64.8 Kbps 10 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)
210M Ethernet Licensed VHF 150 to 174 MHz 2 Watts 64.8 Kbps 10 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)

Model 210 Series Quick Start Guide (Non-Router Mode)

Model 210 Series User’s Manual (Non-Router Mode)

Model 210 Series Router Mode Engineering Report

Current 210C Firmware Version
Current Version: 201702020830; Release Date: February 13, 2017
Router Version: 201905101333; Release Date: May 10, 2019

For instructions on how to update the modem, please contact ESTeem Customer Support at 509-735-9092 or follow the procedures in the User’s Manual. The firmware update file and instructions can be found on our FTP site.


195E Series – Wireless Ethernet Networks

The ESTeem Model 195E Series, was designed for the rigors of the Industrial, Public Safety, and Federal markets. It was the first generation of high-speed, wireless modems with two Ethernet and one independent Serial RS-232C port. The Model 195E Series provides wireless networking with RF data rates of up to 54 Mbps, with a nominal 5 to 10+ mile range depending on the type an antenna used. Each of the following radios has their own web page that links to the technical documentation, user’s manuals, firmware updates and programming software.

Product Documentation

ESTeem Model 195E Product Family

Model Type Frequency  RF Power  RF Data Rate LOS Range Interface
195Eg Ethernet/Serial Unlicensed 2.4 GHz 1 Watt 54 Mbps 5-7 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)
195Ed Ethernet/Serial Unlicensed 900 MHz 1 Watt 54 Mbps 10 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)
195Es Ethernet/Serial Unlicensed 900 MHz 1 Watt 200 Kbps 10 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)
195Ep Ethernet/Serial Licensed 4.9 GHz 2 Watts 54 Mbps 5-7 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)
195Ea Ethernet/Serial Unlicensed 5.8 GHz 500 mWatts 54 Mbps 5-7 Miles Ethernet/Serial
(RS-232)

Model 195Eg, 195E, 195Ep and 195Ea User’s Manual

Model 195Es User’s Manual

Model 195E Software Utilities

ESTeem Network Configuration (ENC) Utility

The ESTeem Network Configuration (ENC) Utility is a software program designed to greatly simplify the configuration of your ESTeem Model 195E series of wireless Ethernet network. The ENC program will allow graphical, point-and-click configuration of your network routing and then configure each ESTeem wireless modem for the network as designed. The ENC program will eliminate the need to program or update each ESTeem wireless modem individually. ESTeem Models 195Eg, 195Ed, 195Ep, 195Ea and 195Es.

ENC Utility User’s Guide

ESTeem Network Configuration (ENC) Utility (Version 1.53)


Configuring the ESTeem Model 192 for Narrowband Operation

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has mandated that by January 1, 2013, all licensees and users of radio systems operating in the VHF 150 – 174 MHz and the UHF 450 – 512 MHz portions of the of the radio spectrum, convert their systems and radios so that they are operating on 12.5 kHz rather than the current wideband 25 kHz channels. This mandate has been put into place to bring about spectrum efficiency and as a result, to create additional channels to accommodate the demand of public safety and local government users.

The FCC has mandated that all licensees using wideband, 25 kHz radio systems migrate to narrowband, 12.5 kHz channels by January 1, 2013.  Under the current FCC ruling, if you are licensee, operate, or use a system in the affected portion of the spectrum, you must comply with this FCC mandate. Licensees that do not meet that deadline face the loss of their licenses and the loss of communication capabilities.

All ESTeem Model 192 products are compatible with the narrowband requirements but need to be configured for narrowband operation.  The following documentation and update files are provided:

Complete Model 192 Narrowband Update Package