- Power supply: 6-12v
- Low power consumption ([email protected] - GSM mode)
- Quad-Band 850/900/18001900MHz
- GPRS multi-slot class 10
- GPRS mobile station class B
- Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+
- Class 4 (2 W @ 850/900 MHz)
- Class 1 (1 W @ 1800/1900MHz)
- Control via AT commands(GSM07.07 ,07.05 and SIMCOM enhanced AT Commands)
- Support GPS technology for satellite navigation
- Embeded high-gain SMD antennas for GPS & GSM
- Directly support 4*4 button pad
- USB/Arduino control switch
- Programmable switch for Arduino
- LED indicators for power supply, network states and working status
- Board Surface:Immersion Gold
- S1 -- Programming mode / Communication mode
- S2 -- Controlling interface: USB / Arduino
- Embedded SIM card holder
- Speaker & Mic Jack socket
- Size: 81x70mm
- Specifications for SMS via GSM / GPRS
- Point-to-point MO and MT
- SMS cell broadcast
- Text and PDU mode
- Specification for GPS
- Receiver 42 channels, GPS L1 C/A code, High-performance STE engine
- Tracking: -160 dBm
- Cold starts: -143 dBm
- Cold starts: 30s (typ.)
- Hot starts: 1s (typ.)
Accuracy:Horizontal position: <2.5m CEP
Power consumption (GSM engine in idle mode):Acquisition 77mA,Tracking 76mA
- GPS/GPRS/GSM Module V3.0(1 unit)
- Location Mapping (GPRMC)
- SiRF NMEA Protocol
- AT Command manual
- SIM908 Datasheet
- SIM908 Product Page
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