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There is a large universe of connected objects, and cellular IoT is the term used to describe all objects linked to the IoT through cellular networks. The cellular IoT is expanding rapidly because cellular has established itself as the ideal networking method for these devices. This is due to a number of factors, but mostly because we now want our IoT items to instantaneously connect and be always on without our participation.
IoT has evolved significantly with each new cellular generation—3G, 4G, and now 5G—as well as the fusion of numerous other technologies, such as AI, machine learning, and big data. It now includes every type of gadget imaginable, from the smallest consumer electronics or industrial machinery to the largest aeroplanes.
The Global cellular IOT Modem market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The cutting-edge power-efficient chipset architecture of the Qualcomm 212 LTE IoT Modem enables extremely low average power consumption with sleep current requirements of less than one microamp (1uA).
The Qualcomm 212 LTE IoT modem supports single-mode 3GPP Release 14 Cat. NB2 IoT connectivity and provides coverage for delay-tolerant applications on RF frequency bands ranging from 700 MHz to 2.1 GHz for international roaming. It also includes a modem baseband and an RF transceiver with a fully integrated RF front end.
LTE modules smaller than 100 square millimetres can be implemented using the small single-chip solution, which also features memory, power management units, and an ARM Cortex M3 application processor. A low-cost bill of materials is produced by its high level of integration with a small number of external components.
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