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4G + GPS Shield for Arduino + Arduino Leonardo

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The new 4G shield for Arduino enables the connectivity to high speed LTE, HSPA+, WCDMA cellular networks in order to make possible the creation of the next level of worldwide interactivity projects inside the new "Internet of Things" era. The module comes with 3 waterproof IP67 SMA pigtails perfect for ourtdoor projects.

Get the Arduino Leonardo board for free as a limited offer.

4G and GPS antennas included

Korean and Australian versions don't come with GPS connectivity.

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Korean and Australian versions don't come with GPS connectivity.

NOTE: The SD, FTP and SSL functions of the library work only with Arduino Mega and Raspberry Pi (not with Arduino Uno). This is due to memory restrictions of Arduino Uno as it counts only with 2KB of RAM.

The new 4G shield for Arduino enables the connectivity to high speed LTE, HSPA+, WCDMA cellular networks in order to make possible the creation of the next level of worldwide interactivity projects inside the new "Internet of Things" era. The module comes with 3 waterproof IP67 SMA pigtails perfect for ourtdoor projects.

This module includes:

  • 1x 4G Shield (LE910 Chipset)
  • 2x 4G antennas
  • 1x GPS antenna (Excluded on Korean and Australian versions)
  • 3x Waterproof IP67 SMA Pigtail uFL-SMAH

The 4G module is managed by UART. The main features of the modules are listed below:

  • Output power
    • Class 4 (2 W, 33 dBm) @ GSM 900
    • Class 1 (1 W, 30 dBm) @ GSM 1800
    • Class E2 (0.5 W, 27 dBm) @ EDGE 900
    • Class E2 (0.4 W, 26 dBm) @ EDGE 1800
    • Class 3 (0.25 W, 24 dBm) @ UMTS
    • Class 3 (0.2 W, 23 dBm) @ LTE
  • Data Transmission:
    • LTE:
      • Downlink up to 100 Mbps
      • Uplink up 50 Mbps
    • HSPA+:
      • Downlink up to 42.0Mbps
      • Uplink up to 5.76Mbps
    • UMTS:
      • Uplink/Downlink up to 384 kbps
  • Protocols:
    • TCP/UDP
    • HTTP
    • FTP

Arduino Leonardo:

The Leonardo is the newest in the Arduino family. Using the ATmega32U4 as its sole microcontroller allows it to be cheaper and simpler. Code libraries allows the board to emulate a computer keyboard, mouse, and more.

The Leonardo even sports 12 analog inputs! And since the communication with the computer is done through a simulated serial port over USB, the hardware serial port on the processor is free for your applications.

If you are interested in Internet of Things (IoT) or M2M projects check our open source sensor platform Waspmote which counts with more than 100 sensors available to use 'off the shelf', a complete API with hundreds of ready to use codes and a low consumption mode of just 0.7µA to ensure years of battery life.

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