Fibocom’s LTE Advanced module FM101-NA has received T-Mobile certification. FM101-NA is an optimized LTE-A module designed to boost highly efficient connectivity, ideally suitable for applications such as CPE, STB, etc.
Fibocom, a global leading provider of IoT (Internet of Things) wireless solutions and wireless communication modules, announces that its FM101-NA module has been successfully certified by T-Mobile.
With high reliability and extended applicability, the module can now leverage T-Mobile’s nationwide network to empower IoT applications such as FWA, IIoT, C-V2X, etc.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon® X12+ LTE Modem, FM101-NA is a high-value LTE Cat 6 module. Featuring 3GPP Release 12 standards, the module delivers maximum downlink rate of 300Mbps and uplink rates of 50Mbps. Coming with M.2 form factor measuring 30.0mm x 42.0mm x 2.3mm, FM101-NA is compatible with Fibocom’s LTE Cat 4 module NL668, enabling customers to migrate from LTE to LTE-A while reducing investment concerns.
Along with abundant functionalities such as DFOTA, the Fibocom FM101-NA module supports multi-constellation GNSS receiver, including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo, for high-performance positioning and navigation. Meanwhile, it supports multiple operating systems (Linux/ Android/ Windows), various Internet protocols as well as industry-standard interfaces (USB3.0, PCIe2.0, UART, USIM and PCM), allowing much flexibility and ease of integration for customer’s deployment.
To date, the FM101-NA module has been certified by FCC, IC, TSCA, RoHS, HF, GCF, PTCRB, T-Mobile, the mass production of which is ready to help customers worldwide to develop their devices conveniently.
Gene Santana, VP of Overseas Carriers Certification Dept., Fibocom, said:
“We are proud to announce that the Fibocom FM101-NA module has been certified by T-Mobile. Receiving the certification ahead can significantly reduce time to market and help customer to keep development cost under control, accelerating digital transformation with better efficiency and reliability.”
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