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FM101-EAU-20-00 CS SAMPLESupplier number:
Fibocom FM101-EAU is an optimized LTE-A module designed to boost highly efficient connectivity, ideally suitable for applications such as CPE, STB, IIoT etc. Dev.kit can be found here; 11142 - Fibocom EVKB-M2
FM101 series is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon SDX12 and supports more than 20 LTE bands as well as 3G fallback delivering data rates up to 300Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink.
With abundant functionalities such as DFOTA, VoLTE and Audio, FM101 series supports multi-constellation GNSS receiver for high-performance positioning and navigation. It is compatible with Fibocom’s LTE Cat 4 module NL668 modules series, enabling customers to migrate from LTE to LTE-A and eliminating investment concerns.
With multiple Internet protocols and industry-standard interfaces for main operating systems (such as USB and PCIedrivers for Windows, Linux and Android), FM101-EAU-20 can be used a variety of cellular terminals such as CPE, STB, IPC, ODU and PDA, extending the applicability to a wide range of eMBB application scenarios such as Industrial IoT, Smart Cities, C-V2X, etc. The module is able to cover mobile network in EMEA / Australia.
• Compliant with 3GPP Release 12
• Standard M.2 NGFF form factor
• GNSS receiver available for applications requiring fast and accurate positioning in any environment.
Fibocom FM101-EAU is an optimized LTE-A module designed to boost highly efficient connectivity, ideally suitable for applications such as CPE, STB, IIoT etc.
Dev.kit can be found here; 11142 - Fibocom EVKB-M2
How to collect initial diagnostics data and logs for Fibocom cellular modules needed when requesting Techship technical support?
In order to ease the troubleshooting of technical problems and understand your end-product or application and its usage scenario we ask you to please provide the following information when creating a technical support ticket at: techship.com/technical_support/
Please give a detailed problem description and in what precise circumstances it is present.
Describe the host system:
-Hardware (system board, processor architecture, other peripheral devices...)
-Operating system with detailed versions (E.g. Windows version and build, Linux distribution, kernel version)
-Drivers used and versions (Linux: out-of-tree vendor drivers or in-kernel drivers?)
Details from the cellular module label:
-SKU/BOM or P/N code
For Linux systems, capture terminal logs from commands:
ls -l /dev/serial/by-id
ls -l /sys/bus/usb-serial/devices
The cellular module logs can be acquired by accessing one of the USB enumerated serial (COM) interfaces or physical UART serial interfaces accepting AT commands. In Windows device manager they are generally found as modem infterface or serial and ports interface types).
Send AT commands to module and capture the text output:
Test that you get a OK reply:
Enable AT command echo:
Verbose error reporting:
USB endpoint configuration:
Serial port configuration:
Selected network access techniques:
List network operator info:
Network registration status:
Signal quality parameters:
List APN details:
List Packet switch enable/disable status:
List PDP profiles status:
List bearers and IP addresses:
Check SIM status:
Selected radio access technology:
Selected RAT and active frequency band(s):
For modems supporting 5G
List CA information: