Telit Wireless Solutions, a global provider of high-quality machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, products and services, announced the market roll-out of the LE910 LTE module series with initial variants for
The 3GPP Release 9 compliant products are positioned to expedite migration to 4G for new and existing designs including those already based on 2G or 3G members of the xE910 family.
The new LTE modules deliver 100Mpbs download and 50Mbps upload speeds making them ideal for applications in areas such as Telematics for in-vehicle infotainment, video security and surveillance, outdoor signs and displays, business terminals and consumer products such as mobile hot-spots.
The multi-band products are available in various combinations of number and frequency bands determined by region and operator requirements. North American products will be available in operator-specific variants for AT&T and
In addition to an embedded GPS|Glonass receiver, the LE910 series includes high-value features such as VoLTE (Voice over LTE) and
The series also supports CSFB (circuit switched fallback) allowing the modules to sustain voice and SMS services through automatic fallback to 3G or 2G when an LTE network is not present, when roaming, or if IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) is not supported by the network. An extensive interface set includes USB, SPI, I2C and user definable GPIOs. RIL and USB drivers for the top operating system platforms ensure ease of integration with consumer and mobile computing devices. Similarly to other high-speed data modules in the xE910 family, the LE910 can also be sourced mounted on a Mini PCIe carrier board for applications requiring the popular data-card form factor.
The LE910 is a member of
"The LE910 module series was designed to help early adopters of LTE get started with their designs leveraging a unique combination of features with LTE, GNSS and fallback technologies all packaged in the very compact form factor of the xE910 family,' said
Most Popular Stories
- 5 Potential Snags to the Bipartisan Budget Deal
- Adam Levine Wins Big as 'The Voice' Crowns Champ
- From Fiscal Cliff to Female Head of GM: 2013 in Review
- U.S. Home Construction Hammers Out 5-Year High
- Archer Daniels Midland Moving HQ to Chicago
- Budget Deal on Brink of Passing in Senate
- Wine Collector Convicted of Making Fake Vintages
- Apple: Disney Animation iPad App Best of 2013
- China Provokes Bitcoin Crash
- Mega Millions Winning Tickets Sold in Atlanta, San Jose