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Fibocom’s MA510 Module to Support 450 MHz LTE-M and NB-IoT Application

Shenzhen China – May 8th, 2021 - Fibocom (Stock Code: 300638), a global leading provider of IoT (Internet of Things) wireless solution and wireless communication modules, announced that its LTE Cat M module MA510-GL supports 450 MHz spectrum to further satisfy the need for the global IoT market, promoting the allocation of the 450 MHz band.


The 450MHz spectrum has risen in importance in recent years, as it provides a broader scope of connectivity at a lower cost for network users. According to the Mobile IoT Deployment Map of GSMA, both LTE-M and NB-IoT are widely deployed around the world, especially in Europe and America. Based on Qualcomm platform, Fibocom MA510 module is a high-performance IoT module not only supporting 450 MHz but also LTE Cat M1/Cat NB2/EGPRS, which is fully compliant with 3GPP Release 14. Besides, with built-in GNSS, MA510 is pin-to-pin compatible with Fibocom LTE Cat M module 510 family, allowing customer to immigrate easily between different technologies without hardware changing.

With small size and ultra-low power consumption, rich set of internet protocols, industry-standard interfaces and other features, MA510 is suitable for IoT industry applications such as smart metering, asset tracking, smart parking, smart home, wearable devices, wireless POS, etc.

Up to now, Fibocom's MA510 LTE Cat M module has certified by FCC/ PTCRB/ CE-RED/ GCF/ IC/ RCM/ JATE/ TELEC/ Anatel/ NCC, and obtained telecom operators’ certifications such as AT&T, Sprint, KDDI, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, etc.



Related Topics: #LPWAN#NB-IoT
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