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Can the NbIOT board provide Bias voltage to power an Active GPS Antenna?
NB-IoT or Cellular Shield?
I would like to know for the Raspberry Pi 3G-4G/LTE Base Shield V2 with Quectel EC25 Mini PCle 4G/LTE Module – EC25-AU
You can use Passive Antenna with EC25. It is configured for passive antenna.
fill confused by your answer.
I found this:
page 32, bottom:
EC25 Mini PCIe GNSS engine is switched off by default. You must switch on it by AT command. Please
refer to document  for more details about GNSS engine technology and configurations. The GNSS
engine should use a passive antenna.
Could you pls comment?
Sorry for the mistake. I have amended my previous reply.
Hi Saeed, answer
“You can use Passive Antenna with EC25. It is configured for active antenna.” is even more confusing.
So, passive antenna should be used, right?
Yes use passive antenna
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