Changes between Version 83 and Version 84 of wireless/modem


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Timestamp:
01/11/2022 07:35:04 PM (9 months ago)
Author:
Ryan Erbstoesser
Comment:

add new amit modem

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    2727  * A modem that has been previously 'activated' by your provider. This involves providing the provider with the IMEI (unique identifier on the modem/module), the provider adding it to their system, and you 'activating' the module (which usually requires a Windows PC and application if not already done by the provider of the module)
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    29 This information has been tested and created for use on the Gateworks Single Board Computers (SBCs)''', specifically the Ventana family that utilizes the Freescale i.MX6 processors.
     29This information has been tested and created for use on the Gateworks Single Board Computers (SBCs)'''.
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    3131Gateworks SBCs can be viewed at the following link: [http://www.gateworks.com]
     
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    36 [=#wlan_dis]
    37 == W_DISABLE# pin (MiniPCIe and M.2 Sockets)
    38 Note that MiniPCIe and M.2 sockets have 'W_DISABLE#' pins that are intended to disable all RF transmission on a wireless device.
    39 
    40 Typically these signals are either driven high by default or pulled up with a pull-up resistor on-card and thus only need to be manipulated if you want to disable RF.
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    42 See [wiki:gpio#wlan_dis gpio/w_disable#] for more details
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    5044The following modems can be recommended:
    51  * [#ublox U-Blox Toby L2] - 4G LTE CAT4 (GW17046)
     45 * [wiki:modem/AMITMDG Amit MDG200] - 4G LTE CAT4 (GW17050)
    5246 * [http://www.gateworks.com/product/item/gw16126-mini-pcie-modem-bluetooth-radio Gateworks GW16126/GW16132] - LTE CAT M1
    5347 * [#telitfn980m Telit FN980m 5G Modem]
     
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    10599The Cellular Carrier dictates if your plan provides 'mobile termination' (the ability to accept connections from the Internet) and the IP address provisioning (IP class, static vs dynamic, IP range). For GSM Carriers this is based on the APN. Check with the specific carrier for different options and costs.
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     101[=#wlan_dis]
     102== W_DISABLE# pin (MiniPCIe and M.2 Sockets)
     103Note that MiniPCIe and M.2 sockets have 'W_DISABLE#' pins that are intended to disable all RF transmission on a wireless device.
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     105Typically these signals are either driven high by default or pulled up with a pull-up resistor on-card and thus only need to be manipulated if you want to disable RF.
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     107See [wiki:gpio#wlan_dis gpio/w_disable#] for more details
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    107109[=#conflicts]