2G GPRS FCC Certified Embedded Modem With Connectivity Via Serial UART Or USB
NimbeLink introduced their Skywire Embedded 2G GSM /GPRS Modem, a member of the Skywire family of plug-in cellular products. This 2G GSM cellular modem maintains GSM GPRS class 10. It is a low-cost 2G GSM GPRS modem, implements a migration path to 3G, LTE, and it has a micro SIM card slot on the module.
Development engineers can add robust cellular connectivity to their M2M devices without the cost, delay, and hassle of federal and carrier certifications. Extensive experience in designing and building embedded product solutions makes the NimbeLink Skywire end-device certified modems the smallest of its kind in the market. Its U.FL port ensures antenna versatility. It complies with the Skywire interface and supports GSM GPRS class 10 communication, minimizing the costs of hardware and network access. NimbeLink’s Skywire cellular modem is available with bundled data plans from leading cellular carriers.
- Small form-factor
- U.FL port for antenna flexibility
- Skywire interface
- FCC Certified
- Lowest cost 2G GSM GPRS
- Migration path to UMTS 1xRTT, EVDO & LTE
- Bundled data plans available
- Micro SIM card slot on module
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