LTE SDK Commercializes IoT Using Cellular Connectivity

Qualcomm Technologies’ LTE IoT Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Qualcomm MDM9206 LTE IoT global multimode modem assists OEM), application developers, IoT entrants, and other non-traditional ecosystem players in the creation of unique cellular-enabled IoT applications and products. Users can access the power of the application processor, connectivity, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) capabilities, and peripheral interfaces integrated in the MDM9206 LTE IoT modem.

 

The MDM9206 LTE modem is designed as a global multi-mode connectivity solution that provides reliable, optimized cellular connectivity for the next-generation of IoT products and services requiring low bandwidth and years of battery-life. The modem combines the reliability, low latency, and voice support of LTE Cat-M1 (eMTC) with the extended coverage and delay tolerance of Cat NB-1 (NB-IoT). It is engineered to allow device manufacturers to support ultra-low power consumption and cost-optimized solutions that cover full range of low data rate IoT applications. The inclusion of both technologies as well as E-GPRS along with support of up to 15 global spectrum bands in MDM9206, can allow OEMS to develop products based on single SKU to function in a diverse set of operator deployments worldwide, and thus helping to maximize the IoT products global reach and scalability. For more useable date, look at the MDM9206 LTE product page. For more details, visit the Qualcomm Lte IoT Evolution.

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