EC20-CE-MINIPCIE Product Description
EC20-CE-MINIPCIE adopts PCI Express Mini Card standard interface LTE module. Adopt LTE 3GPP Rel.11 technology, support maximum downlink rate 150Mbps and a maximum uplink rate of 50Mbps; at the same time, the package is compatible with Quectel UC20 Mini PCIe-C module for UMTS/HSPA+ and Quectel multi-network system LTE Cat 3 module for easy and smooth transition from 3G to 4G networks ferry.
The EC20-CE-MINIPCIE family of modules includes two versions, EC20-C R2.0 Mini PCIe C and EC20-CE R2.0 Mini PCIe-C, making them backward compatible existing EDGE and GSM/GPRS networks to ensure remote areas of the network can also work normally.
EC20-CE-MINIPCIE supports multiple input multiple output technology (MIMO), namely
Multiple transmitting antennas and receiving antennas are used at the transmitting end and receiving end respectively to make the signal pass through transmit and receive through multiple antennas at the transmitter and receiver, thereby reducing the bit error rate and improving
Improve communication quality. At the same time, it combines high-speed wireless connection with built-in multi-constellation high-precision GNSS (GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo/QZSS) receiver.
EC20-CE-MINIPCIE has built-in rich network protocols and integrates multiple industrial standard
standard interface, multiple operating systems and software functions (for Windows XP/
Windows Vista/Windows7/Windows 8/8.1/Windows 10/Linux/Android system USB driver), greatly expanding its application in the field of M2M range, such as central processing unit, router, data card, tablet, vehicle, security defense and industrial grade PDA field.
- Comprehensive coverage of each network standard
- Standard Mini PCIe package module provides maximum convenience for customers to design and use
- MIMO technology meets the data rate and connection reliability requirements of wireless communication systems
- Highly integrated multi-constellation GNSS receiver provides fast, accurate positioning
- Easy and smooth transition from 3G to 4G networks