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AT&T IoT Starter Kit (2nd Gen)
Included in the Starter Kit: AT&T IoT LTE SIM card, 4G LTE development board includes on-board ambient light, temperature, and 3-axis accelerometer sensors for demonstration examples, Pulse LTE and GPS antennas.Shop now
AT&T IoT Starter Kit (LTE-M)
Included in the Starter Kit: AT&T IoT LTE-M SIM card, 4G LTE development board includes on-board ambient light, temperature, and 3-axis accelerometer sensors for demonstration examples, Pulse LTE and GPS antennas.Shop now
IoT Starter Kit
|Simple to Develop||Development environment for sensor-to-cloud applications and services|
|Dynamic Networks||Available for LTE or LTE-M cellular network|
|IoT Platform||Cloud storage to host, manage, and share data across multiple groups|
Frequently Asked Questions…
… and their answers
What is included in the AT&T IoT Starter Kit (2nd Gen)?
An innovative IoT System-on-Module development board, that has also been certified and cost-optimized for use in volume production of custom products. This enables the design of cellular connected edge devices, certified for operation in the USA.
What else is provided with the AT&T IoT Starter Kit (2nd Gen)?
The SIM includes data connectivity and SMS from time of purchase. Includes data and SMS up to 150MB and 150 SMS or 6 months, whichever comes first. Also included with the kit is trial access for AT&T M2X platform.
What sensors are included with the AT&T IoT Starter Kit (2nd Gen) kit board?
The kit board contains an ambient light sensor, a temperature sensor as well as an accelerometer.
Why not just use (Wi-Fi/LoRa/Sigfox/Zigbee/satellite/etc…)?
We see applications that combine other network technologies with cellular all the time. Cellular is an important part of the mix because a device is often not in a place where another network is available and is trusted.
Does the AT&T IoT Starter Kit (2nd Gen) have GPS?
Yes, it’s built into the module. The included antenna works with the GPS connector.
How do you program it in host mode?
For host mode, a developer uses the Open Embedded Linux environment and the Yocto tool chain. A Linux VM with the necessary tools is available for download, along with guides to program it and control the modem with AT commands.
How do you program it in modem mode?
In modem mode, the development environment is completely open to what the developer wants to use and what host environment is available.
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