Recently, Neoway N75-NA, an LTE module, gained the certification approval from the North American operator AT&T, enabling it to apply to the U.S. market.
The AT&T certification is considered as the world's most stringent operator certification. AT&T approved modules must take much of the complex "heavy-lifting" task out of RF design and engineering and these modules are made to the highest performance standards.
After N75-NA took 3 months to obtain the PTCRB certification and took nearly 5 months to obtain the AT&T certification, customers would save 3 to 4 months in product development and hundreds of thousands of dollars in development and certification costs.
N75-NA is an LTE Cat 4 module developed on the Qualcomm MDM9X07 platform and applicable to North America, Europe, and Latin America. The module is packaged in LGA and is compatible with Neoway 4G and 3G series modules. It can operate on LTE, WCDMA, and GSM networks with a maximum downlink rate of 150 Mbit/s and supports the GNSS position fix. With various peripheral interfaces, N75-NA can mount CODEC, Wi-Fi, and BT components and supports OpenLinux development. The module can run steadily in harsh environments with its ultra-wide operating temperature range from -40°C to 85°C. It is ideal for industrial applications that require a long-lifecycle and high reliability, such as energy metering, in-vehicle monitoring, security & surveillance, equipment management, industrial routing, etc.
In the future, Neoway will continue to accelerate the expansion of international markets, to provide customers with more stable and reliable cellular communications products, and to contribute to the convergence and rapid development of the global Internet of Things.