Industry Standard Terminal Emulation and Connection Persistence Since 1992

Industry standard terminal emulation

Wavelink Terminal Emulation (TE) is the industry leading emulation client and is in use on more than 4 million mobile devices worldwide, including many of the largest retailers in the world. Wavelink TE is the most comprehensive solution for accessing, managing and maintaining connections to applications resident on host systems using popular emulation types that include 5250, 3270, VT and HP emulation. Where other terminal emulators only support some of today’s input types, only Wavelink TE supports virtually all data types. Wavelink TE’s tight integration with mobile computers provides the ability to accept data from the keyboard, barcode scanner, voice inputs, RFID reader, and magnetic stripe reader or touch screen.

Wavelink Terminal Emulation software features the broadest range of supported devices across all major AIDC mobile device vendors and OS platforms. As an agnostic solution, Wavelink TE family of clients supports Windows based, Android, iOS and DOS/legacy devices, and preserves existing infrastructure investment, while providing an easy migration path to newer devices and technologies.

Wavelink TE helps your system and people work smarter by providing intelligent data collection and communications functions. Prevent errors and inefficiencies caused by incorrect data entry or scans, take advantage of easy on-screen navigation, and maximize the uptime of your workforce by avoiding dropped connections, directed messages and error notices.

 

Terminal Emulation Features

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Security
Voice solution
Tools for IT support
Session Persistence
WWAN support
Advanced scripting
Screen Reformatter
Easy-to-use navigation
Wireless updates of emulation client and settings
Minimize support and administration costs with integrated management
Connectivity to host systems without modification of existing applications

Security

Wavelink TE offers one of the most secure, configurable and flexible terminal emulation clients available. Up-to-date with the latest security standards, we help keep data safe as it travels over the wireless LAN (WLAN). Industry standard communications, including 802.11a/b/g, provide simplicity and speed in virtually any WLAN environment. With a robust WLAN connectivity that enables users to roam in and out of wireless coverage, you can reboot devices and change batteries without losing the application state.


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Voice solution

Easily add voice with a drag and drop voice designer to terminal emulation with Wavelink Speakeasy Voice-enabled emulation without creating new server-side applications, specialized voice-specific mobile devices or additional servers. Wavelink Speakeasy provides a low cost, high quality integration of voice driven, hands-free data collection features into existing host connectivity applications.


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Tools for IT support

Wavelink TE provides a wealth of tools to simplify IT support. IT personnel can take control of a Telnet session while device session logs provide insight into the performance history for that specific device, including scanning levels and battery issues. This combination of capabilities allows IT to quickly and easily troubleshoot and resolve device issues, ensuring users return to work promptly.


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Session Persistence

You can avoid dropped connections with Wavelink ConnectPro as part of your emulation solution, without adding a single point of failure. Allow devices to freely roam in and out of RF coverage, survive a device reboot or battery change while maintaining the application state and seamlessly reconnect to the host application.


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WWAN support

Users can set Host Profiles in Wavelink TE to automatically connect to a given WWAN when a terminal emulation session begins, thereby allowing users to use cellular networks, such as GPRS, when the wireless WAN is not available. Administrators can set this option to automatically disconnect from a WWAN when all sessions using it are disconnected.


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Advanced scripting

The Wavelink TE Script Editor allows administrators to easily navigate their scripts with an improved user interface in the Script Text-Editor, which includes a menu bar, a tool bar and a status bar with line numbers. With the Script Editor, administrators can quickly and easily identify potential errors in scripts and jump to the location of an error with the new Script Editor Debugger for TelnetWin.

Simplify applications and reduce errors by creating and executing scripts within host application sessions by automating common user functions. Scripts are easily created and executed to solve real world problems.


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Screen Reformatter

With an easy to use WYSIWYG screen editor, administrators are able to capture emulation screens and reformat the screens to optimize the end-user experience for their particular mobile device and work environment. This leads to an improved user experience and better productivity to help meet today’s business needs. Within Wavelink TE administrators can deploy the new screens seamlessly to the desired mobile devices, using Wavelink Avalanche or ActiveSync.


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Easy-to-use navigation

Make your mobile workers more productive with smart user-interface features such as touch screen hotspots, display lockdown, key mapping, keyboard macros, configurable battery level and signal strength indicators.


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Wireless updates of emulation client and settings

Drastically reduce support costs by updating emulation parameters and load/update the emulation client wirelessly from a central console.


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Minimize support and administration costs with integrated management

Relieve the burden of supporting your software and mobile devices. Wavelink TE comes tightly integrated to be remotely configured, secured, managed and updated from a central management console. Using Wavelink Avalanche with Wavelink TE allows you to seamlessly revise device configurations, synchronize software and update firmware and drivers. To monitor and manage your install base of mobile devices and applications, Wavelink Avalanche also provides real-time visibility into their status. You can also keep track of all managed assets and export asset data to reporting applications.


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Connectivity to host systems without modification of existing applications

Set up emulation parameters, keyboard mapping and host connection profiles remotely through an integrated central management console with Avalanche device management solutions.


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Supported Devices

Device ManufacturerModelProducts Available for Download
-UniversalAndroid Enablers and Clients2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 2 Emulators
-UniversalUniversal Enablers and Clients13 Avalanche Enablers| 40 Documentation| 24 Emulators| 10 Velocity Clients
AppleiOS Device1 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Avery Dennison (Paxar)60393 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
CasioDTX81 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
CatchwellCW301 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
CipherLab9400 series1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
CipherLab9500 series1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicLynx1 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicJ Series2 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 8 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicKyman2 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
DatalogicPegaso1 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicRhino NET1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicSkorpio1 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicElf1 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
DatalogicFalcon X31 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Datalogic3151 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3252 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3352 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3452 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic42002 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicFalcon 44003 Avalanche Enablers| 16 Documentation| 14 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients
Datalogic46203 Documentation| 3 Emulators
DatalogicR10 R121 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicR71 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicRhino102 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicSkorpio X31 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
DatalogicMemor2 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DensoBHT7001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DLoGXMT51 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
FujitsuiPad5 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients
Gilb-testgPod1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)97001 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)76001 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)74001 Avalanche Enablers| 12 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)Dolphin 78001 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)95002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)70E1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)78001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Honeywell (HHP)99001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)61001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)65002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)99EX1 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
IntermecCK3X1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
IntermecCK3R1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
IntermecCN701 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCS401 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCV611 Avalanche Enablers
IntermecCN501 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCV411 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Intermec700 Color2 Avalanche Enablers| 11 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 3 Studio Clients
IntermecCK301 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK31C1 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
IntermecCN2A4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCN2B4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCN308 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCV6010 Documentation| 5 Emulators
IntermecCK31 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK611 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCN32 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCV308 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK711 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
JanamXG1051 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
JanamXG1002 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEVX72 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEVX62 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXETecton3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 3 Velocity Clients
LXEHX21 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX5X2 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
LXEMX3X1 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX71 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX810 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX91 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEThor1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
LXEVX3X2 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
M3 MobileOrange1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileSky2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileT1 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileMM31 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Metrologic57001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
MobileDemandxTablet T12001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
MobileDemandxTablet T72001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC401 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC21001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)Concierge1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)ES4003 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)ET11 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)EWP31003 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)FR60001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)FR681 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)HC7001 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)LRT38002 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC10005 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC353 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC506 Avalanche Enablers| 12 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC556 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC671 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC704 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC754 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 11 Documentation| 10 Emulators| 7 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC91005 Avalanche Enablers| 24 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 3 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC90007 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 70 Documentation| 13 Emulators| 15 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC92002 Avalanche Enablers| 18 Documentation| 4 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK11002 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK12001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK20001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK22002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK30001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK31001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK40001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK5001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC31005 Avalanche Enablers| 27 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC95006 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 12 Emulators| 3 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MT20001 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC172 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT31007 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT61001 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT68002 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT70004 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT72002 Avalanche Enablers| 14 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT75002 Avalanche Enablers| 13 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT81007 Avalanche Enablers| 28 Documentation| 5 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PPT88003 Avalanche Enablers| 28 Documentation| 8 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC651 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)SPT17002 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 4 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)SPT18002 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 4 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PPT28003 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT35406 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)WT40001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Device Manufacturer Content| 8 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT80003 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 5 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC30009 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 29 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VC500010 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VC60903 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VC70N01 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC39001 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC40001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VRC69001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC79004 Avalanche Enablers| 13 Documentation| 8 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VRC89004 Avalanche Enablers| 16 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)Workabout Pro 42 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)WSS10002 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)WT41001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
PalmV7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
PanasonicJTH300HT2 Documentation
Psion7527 Workabout Pro 21 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion7527 Workabout Pro 31 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators
PsionOmnii XT15 XT15f2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Psion85152 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion8525 1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 3 Emulators
PsionIKON5 Documentation| 2 Emulators
PsionOmnii XT101 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion7525 Workabout Pro1 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion7535 G21 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
PsionVH101 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
SpeakeasySpeakeasyCE 3 Documentation| 16 Emulators
SpeakeasySpeakeasyWin3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
TelxonPTC9601 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
WoongjinSTM88002 Documentation

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