Sixfab came up with Arduino Cellular IoT Shield. This shield is a lighter version of our previous Arduino Cellular IoT Application Shield, where both uses Quectel BG96 module. The major difference is the peripheral sensors, this new shield doesn’t contain any sensors on it which makes it lighter.
Sixfab came up with Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT HAT. This time it is a Hat rather than a shield. To be more specific this HAT is lighter version of our previous Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT Application Shield, where both uses Quectel BG96 module. The major difference is the peripheral sensors, the HAT doesn’t contain any sensors on it.
##Note: This has been tested with Raspberry Pi 4 too.
In this tutorial, we will be demonstrating you the process step by step. Without further ado, let’s get started.
After the our first tutorial on Sixfab Arduino Cellular IoT Application Shield in which we mentioned monitoring sensors only. Since the shield have feature of LTE-M & NB-IoT & eGPRS, we will demonstrate each of them. In this tutorial we are going to show the UDP communication with the mentioned shield. Read More
Sixfab has came up with Arduino Cellular IoT shield that have combined LTE technilogies Cat.M1, Cat.NB1(NB-IoT) and eGPRS, which is based on Quectel BG96 module. It also have built-it sensors, LED and relay. Sixfab also has a RPi Cellular IoT Application HAT.
Sixfab is launching their new shield for Raspberry Pi named as Sixfab Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT Application Shield. The Shield uses Quectel BG96 module which gives this shield combined feature of LTE technologies Cat.M1, Cat.NB1 and eGPRS for your Raspberry Pi. Read More
We are back again with another tutorial on Sixfab GSM/GPRS Shield. This has been designed with Quectel M66 GSM/GPRS module which is based on 2G chipset and bears optimal performance for SMS and audio service. It basically work with AT commands. To know more about the AT commands of Quecctel M66 you may visit Quectel site. Read More
Sixfab NB-IoT is another member of our Nb-IoT Shield family. This can be connected either with USB or you may also use any micro controller(Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi etc. ). For this tutorial we are going to use Raspberry Pi. Here we will be sending data obtained by our Raspberry Pi from Ultrasonic Waterproof Range Finder(JSN-SR04T-2.0) and send this data over UDP.
Before you get started make sure you have done your router configuration as mentioned in previous tutorial step 1-10.