Mobile IoT Development Kits

With the industry’s move to global deployments of Mobile IoT technologies, the ecosystem is growing quickly and the demand for innovative solutions is increasing exponentially. To meet this demand, mobile operators are working with the wider industry to provide Mobile IoT development kits, encouraging the ecosystem to build new, exciting devices and services. The list below shows a range of commercially available development kits for both technologies, LTE-M and NB-IoT, and allows companies to explore available options and key information at a glance.

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Vendors Details Technology Supported Bands Details
akorIoT NB-IoT shield with Arduino header NB-IoT Module selection dependent – compatible with Quectel BC95 More
AT&T IoT Starter kit
Cellular shield, ardunio-compatible pinout.
Prepaid SIM
Humidity Sensor
Temperature Sensor
I2C Port
LTE-M 2/4/12 More
 Huawei NB-IoT
B2B evaluation kit
NB-IoT 5/8/20 More

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 Lierda NB-IoT B2B evaluation kit NB-IoT 5/8 More
 Lierda NB-IoT B2B test modem NB-IoT 5/8 More
 Lierda NB-IoT B2B test USB device NB-IoT  5/8/20 More
 LinkLabs  LTE-M Communications Expansion Board
GPS Sensor
LTE Antenna
Lithium Battery
Conductor™ Network Management Platform
IP67 Enclosure
Activation and 1 year of Verizon service
LTE-M 4/13 (Verizon network) More
 pycom FiPy Dual LTE-M, NB-IoT 34 bands supports from 699Mhz to 2690Mhz (Total world- wide support) More
pycom  GiPy Dual LTE-M, NB-IoT  34 bands supports from 699Mhz to 2690Mhz (Total world- wide support) More
Quectel GSM EVB Kit (NB-IoT – BC95 module not included) NB-IoT Module selection dependent More
Quectel UMTS & LTE EVB Kit (BG96 module not included) Dual LTE-M, NB-IoT Module selection dependent More
Sierra Wireless mangOH Green -Open source hardware, supports Arduino shields, multiple expansion boards available
-CF3 Connectors for wireless modules
Dual LTE-M, NB-IoT Module selection dependent More
Sierra Wireless mangOH Red – Open source hardware, support Raspberry Pi,
multiple expansion boards available
-CF3 Connectors for wireless modules
Dual LTE-M, NB-IoT Module selection dependent More
SODAQ NB-IoT Shield DeLuxe NB-IoT 8 (N200 version)
8/20 (N211 version)
More
Terabits Technology NB-IoT Development Board
Quectel BC95 module
NB-IoT 5/8/20 More
u-blox C030-N211 NB-IoT Application board:
mbed enabled IoT starter kit with SARA-N211 (NB-IoT), MAX-M8C, and Cortex M4 CPU
NB-IoT SARA-N211: 8/20 More

 

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