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NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things) technology is a direct competitor to LoRaWAN and SigFox and has a few advantages:
- higher speed 25.5 kbps up and down link
- single GSM cell can connect to up to 100 000 NB-IoT nodes
- single GSM cell can cover up to 10-100km rural and 1-10km urban distance
- can work up to 10 years on Lithium 3V battery if less than 200 bytes are sent per day
Note: All GSM cells which work with LTE can also support NB-IoT, but this requires new protocol installation and licensee fee, so not all operators provide it by default. You have to check with your local GSM operator if he offers NB-IoT. Also SIM card must have this protocol enabled. SIM with LTE may or may not work with NB-IoT, this depends on your operator.
NB-IoT-BC66-ANT has GSM antenna included.
NB-IoT-BC66H has EXT1 and EXT2 headers soldered.
NB-IoT-BC66 modules are meant for embedding. Experience with BC66 technology is required. For research and development it is highly recommended to evaluate the technology with NB-IoT-DevKit first (before switching to the modules)!
Distance between EXT1 and EXT2 = 22.86 mm (0.9" )
Distance between EXT2 and EXT3 = 2.54 mm (0.1")
- BC-66 all world wide GSM bands coverage
- NB-IoT 25.5 kbps up and down link
- Ultra low power design only 126 uA consumption in PSM mode
- Nano SIM
- Level shifters for 5 x GPIOs, I2C, SPI, UART
- U.FL antenna connector (-ANT option)
- Status LEDs
- Dimensions: 26 x 26 mm
- The module stops after some time. Can't access it anymore. What is the problem?
- By default the module might be set to power saving and might enter sleep. Make sure to disable sleep modes (AT+CPSMS=0 to disable power saving mode setting).