3G/GPRS Module for Arduino from Libelium

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The 3G module for the Arduino platform from Libelium, Zaragoza, Spain, enables connectivity to high-speed WCDMA and HSPA cellular networks, with data transfer rates up to 7.2 Mbps. The module also has an internal GPS that enables the location of any Arduino outdoors or indoors, combining standard positioning data from satellites with mobile cell triangulation in assisted mobile mode (A-GPS). Designed by Libelium's open hardware division Cooking Hacks, the module also includes a small camera for video recording and a complete audio interface that lets the Arduino run with all the functionalities of a smartphone.

Contact Info

Company: Libelium
Country: Spain
Phone number: +34 976-54-74-92
Fax: +34 976-73-37-19

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