TECHSHIP IS A GLOBAL SUPPLIER OF WIRELESS COMPONENTS
Telit LE910-EU V2 LTE CAT-4 is a miniPCIe data-card designed for devices with high data throughput but small form factor requirements. It's target frequency band region is Europe and has both 3G/UMTS and 2G/GSM/GPRS fallback and is compliant with 3GPP Release 9. The fully certified LE910-EU V2 is easy to integrate with peripherals using USB 2.0 HS.
The mini PCIe form factor has become a popular standard adopted by connected device manufacturers to easily integrate wireless connectivity into devices for commercial and industrial markets, in mobile computing, kiosks and electronics in general.
Standard Mini PCIe Data-card form factor.
Increased connectivity performance with MIMO 2x2.
Ideal for m2m applications and devices with compact design and extended operating temperature range requirements.
Internet friendly with integrated TCP/IP and UDP/IP stacks.
LTE technology interchangeable with HSPA+ or EV-DO counterpart Telit miniPCIe modules.
Rx diversity allows end-device to be equipped with two cellular antennas improving the quality and reliability of the wireless connectivity.
Over-the-Air firmware update.
Battery-friendly 1.8V GPIO.
This document contains an overview of the Telit xE910 series miniPCIe modules.
This document provides a technical overview of the Telit LE910 V2 Series LGA cellular modules.
The aim of this document is the description of some hardware solutions useful for developing a product with the Telit xE910 Mini PCIe Adapter.
Scope of this document is to give a description of some hardware solutions useful for developing a product with the Telit LE910 V2 module.
Scope of this document is to give an overview of the good rules to integrate a 2G, 3G, 4G modem with its antenna into a board, posing particular attention on the common pitfalls and best practices.
Purpose of this document is providing a detailed specification and a comprehensive listing as a reference for the whole set of AT command for the LE910 V2 series (LTE/3G/2Gmodules)
This document covers the more significant standard and proprietary AT commands provided by Telit's modules. Several module features are described and for each one of them the related AT commands are explained through examples. This document is not an exhaustive description of the AT commands implemented on the Telit's modules series, its target is only to give you an entry point to the AT commands world.
The present document provides a guideline to connect logically the physical serial ports of the module to the services supported by the module itself (GNSS, AppZone, etc.). It is up to the user to configure the module in suitable way to avoid hardware/software resources conflicts. With the generic "ports/services arrangement" expression is intended each possible set of logical connections regarding physical ports and Service Access Points supported by the used module (e.g. AT0, AT1, AT2, etc.).
This document describes the integration steps of the cellular modules USB endpoints in Linux systems.
This document provides a guideline to configure a Telit module and the connected PC to run the NCM protocol on the USB port used to connect the devices.
Application note describing how to use NetworkManager in Linux with Telit Modems
Application note describing how to use ModemManager in Linux with Telit Modems
SIM Integration Design Guide Application Note for Telit modules r13
Application note describing usage of Telit LE910-V2 modules in Windows 10 IoT.
Telit App ZoneC User Guide
Telit AppZone C API Reference Guide
Telit AppZone for Android Developer Guide
Telit AppZone for Android Getting Started Guide
Telit AppZone Linux API Reference Guide
Telit AppZone Linux User Guide
Telit AppZone Python API Reference
Telit AppZone Python User Guide
This archive contains the following Telit IoT AppZone Application Notes Documents:
Telit AppZone C User Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone C API Reference Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone for Android Developer Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone for Android Getting Started Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone Linux API Reference Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone Linux User Guide.pdf
Telit AppZone Python API Reference.pdf
Telit AppZone Python User Guide.pdf
This archive contains the available regulatory and carrier certificates for the different Telit LE910 V2 module versions.
This archive contains the Telit XFP Firmware Update Tool installer used to update the firmware on Telit Cellular modules over USB-serial interface.
Zip archive with Telit cellular modules USB drivers installers for Windows 7, 8.x, 10 both x86 and x64 system architectures.
(Non WHQL certified drivers).
This archive contains the Windows 10 WHQL certified Telit module drivers for both x86 and x64 system platforms.
This archive contains the Telit AT controller tool as well as XFP firmware update tool for Microsoft Windows systems.
It can be used to troubleshoot, test and command the Telit cellular module in a graphical interface.
This archive contains the Windows installer for the Telit Mobile Broadband Connection Tool verison 2.7.1
This archive contains the Telit Connection Manager installer for Microsoft Windows systems
This document is intended for customers who want to integrate Telit’s Cloud functionalities in their systems/microcontrollers, without the necessity to use Telit modules that embed those functionalities. Any module that can provide a network connectivity can be used. N.B.: HTTP socket are required.
This archive contains the Windows CE 7 Telit module drivers and user guide.
This archive contains the Microsoft Windows CE 6 Telit module drivers and user guide.
This archive contains the Telit LE910 EU V2 firmware update 20.00.404 binary file and related release notes.
This archive contains the Telit LE910 EU V2 firmware update 20.00.403 binary file and related release notes
How to set up a simple data connection over the MBIM interface using libmbim and driver cdc_mbim in Linux?
Most 4G/LTE cellular modules implements the USB Implementers Forums Mobile Broadband Interface Model (MBIM) Interface. This because Microsoft request cellular module vendors to include the MBIM interface for good compatibility with Windows 8, 8.1, 10 and later systems. The Windows built-in connection manager also rely on MBIM interface for control of the cellular modules.
There is a open source Linux in-kernel driver supporting MBIM interface and it is called cdc_mbim. The library libmbim can be used to communicate with the cellular devices over the interface and do necessary configurations to trigger the data connection over the cellular network.
First install the libmbim Linux library using your system package manager like apt etc. (more details about libmbim here: https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/libmbim/)
Please relate to the FAQ bellow regarding how to set the cellular module into correct USB mode for usage with MBIM mode:
How to change USB composition mode to MBIM in cellular module, used by Windows 8 and 10 systems for data connectivity?
Verify that you have the Linux in-kernel cdc_mbim driver installed for the cellular modules exposed MBIM interface endpoint over USB:
Can look e.g. like this:
|__ Port 1: Dev 12, If 12, Class=Communications, Driver=cdc_mbim, 480M
|__ Port 1: Dev 12, If 13, Class=CDC Data, Driver=cdc_mbim, 480M
Using libmbim with the command line interface mbimcli:
List all available options for mbimcli:
The cellular modules mbim interface is usually named cdc-wdm* among the devices. For mbimcli this is defined by --device=/dev/cdc-wdm0 parameter. You should also use the proxy function to enable parallel commands to be sent to module even if the interface already is in use by a data connection. This is done by including --device-open-proxy or -p in every mbimcli requst to module.
Command example to query device capabilities and information (firmware & IMEI code etc.):
mbimcli --device=/dev/cdc-wdm0 --device-open-proxy --query-device-caps
The libmbim tool: mbim-network can be used to establish a simple data connection.
First create a config file containing your network operators APN details. Save it in the default location where mbim-network searches for the file: /etc/mbim-network.conf . The parameter --profile=[PATH] can be used to alter this path when executing mbim-network.
Save the APN details, (and username, password and authentication type if necessary) into the configuration file /etc/mbim-network.conf:
If the APN requires a username and password then it is also required to fill in the APN_AUTH protocol type with either PAP, CHAP or MSCHAPV2.
How to start a data connection after configuration file is in place:
Enter SIM PIN (if necessary for SIM card):
mbimcli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --enter-pin=1234
Start the mbim data connection with command bellow, if successful it will print "Network started successfully"
mbim-network /dev/cdc-wdm0 start
You can now execute the mbim-set-ip script (download found bellow related to this FAQ) with sufficient system privileges:
./mbim-set-ip /dev/cdc-wdm0 wwan0
This script will collect the network interface IP configurations from the cellular module over MBIM interface using mbimcli, parse them and apply them to the network interface in Linux, this because DHCP requests are generally not supported over MBIM interfaces.
Once you have started the data connection and set the details with the mbim-set-ip script you should be able to ping the data connection:
IPv4 ping: (only supported if IPv4 address was acquired from cellular module)
ping -4 -I wwan0 188.8.131.52
ping -4 -I wwan0 google.com
IPv6 ping: (only supported if IPv6 address was acquired from cellular module)
ping -6 -I wwan0 2001:4860:4860::8888
ping -6 -I wwan0 google.com
The cellular data connection can be disconnected by commands:
Stop mbim data connection:
mbim-network /dev/cdc-wdm0 stop
Set network interface down:
ip link set wwan0 down
Other useful commands:
Query device capabilities and information (firmware & IMEI code etc.):
mbimcli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --query-device-caps
Query SIM card information:
mbimcli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --query-subscriber-ready-status
Query network registration state:
mbimcli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --query-registration-state
Query connection ip information:
mbimcli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 -p --query-ip-configuration=0
How to change USB composition mode to Mobile Broadband Interface (MBIM) that is used by Windows 8 and 10 systems for data connectivity and enabling support for the built-in connection manager in Windows?
This is done by sending AT commands to the Modem or AT serial interfaces that are accepting AT commands and changing the USB endpoint composition:
Sierra Wireless EM74xx, MC74xx series module:
Sierra Wireless EM73xx, MC73xx series module:
Simcom SIM7xxx series modules:
ZTE Welink ME3630 series:
Telit LE910x V2:
On Huawei modules the USB mode changing is done automatically by the Windows drivers and otherwise defaults to the modules standard endpoint interfaces.
How can we establish data connection for cellular modules in Windows 8 and Windows 10 systems?
Microsoft Windows desktop versions starting from Windows 8 and newer have built in data connection manager for WWAN, Wifi etc. that can be used to configure, control and establish the data connection of cellular module that support MBIM interface, which most cellular modules do.
The connection managers settings and controls can be found and accessed on Windows desktop start menu through the network icon (see picture).
The Cellular tab can be found in Windows system settings and if needed the connection APN details can be manually entered through "Advanced options".
Technology / Antenna Frequency: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 2100, Wifi/Bluetooth 2400, LTE 790-960/1710-2690 | Mounting method: Connector | Antenna Location: External | Connector Type: SMA-M | Impedance: 50 Ohm | Polarization: Vertical | Max power: 50 W | Width: 21 mm | Length: 157 mm | Height: 157 mm
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UMTS Bands: B1 (2100), B2 (1900), B8 (900), B5 (850) | MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output): Yes | LTE Bands: B1 (2100), B2 (1900), B3 (1800), B4 (AWS), B7 (2600), B8 (900), B20 (800DD), B5 (850) | GSM/EDGE Bands: B5 (850) , B8 (900), B3 (1800), B2 (1900) | Manufacturer: Huawei | LTE Region: Europe, Asia | FOTA Firmware Updates: Yes | Form Factor: mPCIe - full size | Technology: LTE - cat 4 | Antenna Interface: IPEX MHF/U.FL | GPS: No | GNSS technology: | Max DL Speed: 150 Mbps | Max UL Speed: 50 Mbps | Chipset: Hisilicon, Balong 711 | Operating Temperature Range: -40 °C – 85 °C | Driver Support: Windows 7, Linux, Android, Windows 8, Windows CE, Windows Mobile, Windows 8.1 | Interface: USB 2.0 | Voice Call Support: Yes | SIM interface: Through miniPCIe connector | GPIO: No | Extended Operating Temperature Range: -40 °C – 85 °C | Audio interface: Digital PCM signal input/output in socket | Certification: CE, RoHS, GCF, WEEE, CE RED
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Technology / Antenna Frequency: GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 2100 | Mounting method: Adhesive, Screw | Antenna Location: External | VSWR: 3 :1 | Gain: 0 dBi | Connector Type: SMA-M | Impedance: 50 Ohm | Cable length: 300 cm | Cable Specification: RG174 | Polarization: Linear | Max power: 25 W | IP Class: IP69 | Operating Temperature Range: -40 °C – 85 °C | Height: 18 mm | Diameter: 50 mm
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Manufacturer: Azurewave | Wifi Standard: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac | Wifi Frequency: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz | Form Factor: mPCIe - half size | Wifi Antenna: 1T1R | Bluetooth Standard: Bluetooth 4.0 | Max output power: 16 dBm | Chipset: Realtek, RTL8821AE | Operating Temperature Range: 0 °C – 70 °C | Driver Support: Windows 7, Windows 8, Linux kernel 3.18 → | Width: 30 mm | Interface: Wifi: PCIe / BT:USB | Length: 27 mm
SAMPLE PRICE $20.00