LTE-M and Cat 1 Modules Cop AT&T Certification

Telit’s LE866A1-NA LTE Category 1 (Cat 1) and ME866A1-NA LTE-M modules have received certification for operation on AT&T's LTE nationwide network for data-only applications. Certification means IoT integrators and providers can start taking advantage of the reliability and coverage of AT&T's LTE Cat 1, LTE-M services.

 

The certified modules are members of Telit's xE866 family and are pin-to-pin replacements for existing devices based on the family's modules for 2G and 3G. With the company's design-once-use-anywhere philosophy, developers can cut costs and development time by designing to the xE866 LGA common form factor. With download speeds up to 10 Mb/s and full cellular mobility, the LE866A1-NA is suitable for telematics, security, surveillance, smart city and other application areas requiring small dimensions, low power consumption and mid-scale data rates.  The ME866A1-NA delivering high in-building penetration, low power consumption and download speeds of up to 375 kb/s is viable for applications in deep indoor environments and others.

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For more information, visit the LE866A1-NA and ME866A1-NA page and peruse a nice tutorial and video.

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