The MIKROE-1298 is a compact GSM/GPRS cellular network communication board based on Telit GL865-QUAD module. This module features a full set of options for the cellular networking and communication, such as the network status indication, jamming detection, embedded TCP/IP stack, including TCP, IP, UDP, SMTP, ICMP and FTP protocols, full GPRS class 10 implementation; GSM supplementary functions such as the call barring, waiting, forwarding, and holding, calling line identification presentation or restriction (CLIP/CLIR), integrated voice communication codecs, and more. This module also features an embedded Python Script interpreter, allowing users to run scripts from inside the module.
GSM click supports quad-band GSM/GPRS, allowing it to be used worldwide. A wide range of communication protocols and connectivity options, coupled with the embedded Phyton Script interpreter and Telit’s simple AT command interface via the UART bus, make this Click board™ a complete solution for a wide range of M2M applications, such as mobile Internet terminals, automatic meter reading (AMR), remote monitoring automation and control (RMAC), surveillance and security, road pricing, asset tracking, and similar applications which rely on a cellular network connection.
GSM Click Board Description
It covers frequencies of 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. The GL865-QUAD module is GSM/GPRS protocol stack 3GPP Release 4 compliant, and it is also compliant with eCall EU Directive. The GL865-QUAD module has to be powered by a clean and stable power supply. The voltage needed for the module to work properly is taken from the 3.3V mikroBUS rail and filtered by the filtering network, comprised of several capacitors and a ferrite bed.
GSM click Pinout Diagram
GSM Click Board Onboard Setting And Indicators
MikroE provides a library for GSM click on our Libstock page, as well as a demo application (example), developed using MikroElektronika compilers and mikroSDK. The provided click library is mikroSDK standard compliant. The demo application can run on all the main MikroElektronika development boards.
- GSM click Cross-Platform Guide
- GSM Click Board Datasheet
- GSM click example on Libstock
- Alternative GSM click example on Libstock
- GSM click schematic
- GSM click - 2d and 3d files
- GL865-QUAD module datasheet
GSM Click Board Examples