Before we jump into the tutorial, let us check all the items required for this is available with us and prepare our hardware.
Most of these are the parts you will receive when you order the Cellular Modem Kit with Telit modules. The goes as follows:
- Raspberry Pi (Model 3B+ and 4 are recommended)
- Sixfab 3G/4G & LTE Base HAT
- Telit LE910C1 mini PCIe LTE CAT1 Module or Telit LE910C4 mini PCIe LTE CAT4 Module or Telit ME910C1-WW mini PCIe LTE CATM Module
- LTE Full Band PCB Antenna
- LTE – GNSS Dual u.FL Antenna
- 40 pin header
- Right Angle Micro USB Cable
- Sixfab SIM or other available SIM
🟢 Make sure your Sixfab SIM is registered and activated on the Sixfab Connect.
1. Attach the Telit LE910Cx or ME910C1-WW mini PCIe module to the HAT.
2. Attach the antenna to the mini PCIe module.
Make sure the right antenna is connected to the right port. Attach LTE full band PCB antenna/LTE connector of the LTE-GNSS dual antenna to the main Antenna interface/diversity antenna interface & GPS Antenna portion goes to the GNSS antenna interface.
3. Attach 40 pin header to the Base HAT that comes with the HAT and insert the Sixfab Connect SIM to Base HAT.
4. Now attach the HAT to the Raspberry Pi.
5. Finally connect the micro-USB cable to the HAT and Raspberry Pi.
Then open up a terminal and run the commands below. Expected outputs are as follow:
Please visit our tutorials page to set up the cellular internet connection or explore other tutorials.
Updated 7 months ago