A small electrical device known as an IoT (Internet of Things) communication module offers a connection for IoT devices to communicate with one another or with a central network or platform through the Internet.
In order to provide smart functionality and automation, these modules are essential parts of IoT systems since they enable devices to send and receive data, commands, and information.
The hardware and software interfaces required to link devices to the internet and other communication networks are provided by IoT communication modules. Depending on the particular needs of the IoT application, they come in a variety of shapes and support numerous communication protocols.
Typical IoT communication module types include:
These wireless modules offer Wi-Fi connectivity, enabling IoT devices to join nearby Wi-Fi networks for data transmission and internet access. IoT devices are frequently connected to smartphones or other devices via Bluetooth modules, which enable short-range wireless communication between devices.
Zigbee modules are utilized in Internet of Things (IoT) applications that call for low data rates and energy-efficient connectivity. Ethernet modules, which offer a wired connection to IoT devices and are frequently used in industrial and commercial applications where wired connectivity is preferred, are known as wired modules.
Combo Modules: Some modules enable flexible connectivity options for IoT devices by combining different communication protocols, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular.
The Global IoT Communication Module Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The CC200A-LB satellite module for IoT industries has been launched by Quectel Wireless Solutions, a leading global provider of IoT solutions. It makes use of satellite IoT connectivity supplied by ORBCOMM, a major global provider of IoT communications and solutions.
The module is made to offer dependable worldwide coverage and connection at an affordable price point and with extremely low latency, making it the perfect choice for a variety of applications, including oil and gas monitoring, heavy equipment, maritime, transportation, and heavy equipment.
Communications in remote locations without cellular network service are made possible via the CC200A-LB module. Using the Inmarsat GEO constellation and L band, ORBCOMM offers dependable global connectivity using the IsatData Pro (IDP) satellite service. It offers two-way communication, minimal latency, and virtually real-time reporting capabilities.
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