3G/GPRS/GSM Shield for Arduino with GPS – American Version SIM5320A
The Tinysine 3G Cellular Shield provides you a way to use the 3G/GSM cell phone network to receive data from a remote location. This 3G shield has better coverage, GSM backward-compatibility, and even sports a built-in GPS module for geolocation & asset tracking. This all-in-one cellular phone module with that lets you add location-tracking, voice, text, SMS, and data to your project in a single shield.
1. Quad-band 850MHz GSM, 900MHz EGSM, 1800MHz DCS, 1900MHz PCs – connect onto any global GSM network with any 2G SIM.
2. This is the American Version dual-band UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900MHz WCDMA + HSDPA. There is also a European version.
3. Fully-integrated GPS (Qualcomm PM8015 GPS) that can be controlled and query over the same serial port
4. Make and receive voice calls using a headset or an external 8Ω speaker + electret microphone
5. Send and receive SMS messages
6. Send and receive GPRS data (TCP/IP, HTTP, etc.)
7. AT command interface can be used with 300, 600, 1200, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230K, 461K, 961K, 3.2M, 3.7M and 4.0Mbps
8. Native USB support – plug it into a computer and you’ll get serial ports for AT commands, GPS NMEA as well as a modem (note we’ve only tried out the AT&NMEA ports on Windows)
1. 16 acquisition channels
2. GPS L1 C/A code
4. Tracking: -157 dBm
5. Cold starts: -144 dBm
7. Cold starts: 100s (typ.)
8. Hot starts: 1s (typ.)
9. Accuracy: approx 2.5 meters
You may also need some required & recommended accessories to make this 3G shield work. These are not included!
1. SIM Card. A 2G or 3G Mini SIM card is required to do anything on the cellular network
2. MicroUSB cable for charging the battery and communicating with the module over USB
3. External GPS Antenna (needs a uFL to SMA adapter too)