MiniPCIe 4G LTE Cat1 Module -L610-EU-MiniPCIe | Fibocom
L610-EU-MiniPCIe is a 4G LTE Cat1 module that is made ideal for markets with medium and low rates such as pan payment, industrial interconnection and tracking.
Pcl-e LTE Module belongs to the LTE category. Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a registered trademark of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) for wireless data communications technology and a design of the GSM/UMTS standards. Other countries and businesses, on the other hand, are actively involved in the LTE project. LTE aimed to increase the performance and coverage of wireless data networks by using modern DSP techniques and modulations built around the masses. Another objective was to upgrade and simplify the network infrastructure to an IP-based device with considerably lower transfer latency than the previous 3G architecture. Since the LTE wireless interface is inconsistent with 2G and 3G networks, it needs its radio spectrum.
LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD
Before understanding the concept of Pcl-e LTE Module, one needs to know about LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD. LTE-TDD, also known as TDD LTE, refers to a 4G telecommunications standard technology established by an international consortium of companies. It ouis supposed to be one of the two mobile data transmission technologies included in the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology standard, the other being LTE-FDD (LTE Frequency-Division Duplex). Even though some businesses mention LTE-TDD as TD-LTE to avoid confusion with TD-SCDMA, the 3GPP specifications make no mention of that.
The way data is downloaded and uploaded, as well as the frequency spectra under which the networks are deployed, are the primary differences between LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD. If LTE-FDD uploads and downloads data using paired frequencies, LTE-TDD utilizes a specific frequency that alternates between uploading and downloading data over time. On an LTE-TDD network, the ratio of uploads to downloads can be modified progressively depending on whether more information needs to be sent or received. LTE-TDD performs better at higher frequencies and LTE-FDD at lower frequencies.
Despite the variations between how the two forms of LTE manage data transmission, 90 percent of their core technology is shared, allowing the same networks and chipsets to support both variants of LTE.
About 4G MiniPCL-e
4G MiniPCL-e (LTE Module) application developers can easily incorporate M2M capabilities into their applications thanks to the Mini PCI and Mini PCI Express (Mini-PCIe card) card slots and a 52-pin card edge connector. By including GSM data networking capabilities in your system, you can use 3G mobile/cellular networks for remote data and internet access, expanding the device's both commercial and industrial applications. 4G (LTE) PCIe cards, concerning Pcl-e LTE Module, which take advantage of the rapidly evolving 4G networks, are now available as a high-speed option.
The Pcl-e LTE Module can support a broad range of IoT applications, namely industrial PDAs, industrial routers, rugged tablet PCs, and digital signage, thanks to a large number of internet protocols, industry-standard functionalities, and interfaces, like USB serial drivers for Linux, Windows 7/8/8.1/10, eCall and Android).
The 4G MiniPCL-e (LTE Module) is a series of LTE category 4 modules that use the PCI Mini Card form factor (Mini PCIe). It features 50Mbps uplink and 150Mbps downlink data speeds, making it ideal for IoT and M2M applications.
Fibocom Pcl-e LTE Module is optimized for low-rate IoT connections and is available in both LCC+LGA and MiniPCIe bundles, spanning the network frequency bands of leading players in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Fibocom's L610-EU-MiniPCi-e module is an all-in-one solution that delivers impressive, reliable, and stable coverage that NB-IoT modules can't match, as well as cost savings that 5G connectivity can't match.
Air Interface：4G, 2G