IoT over Cellular

IoT over Cellular, also known as IoT Cellular or IoT-C, is a type of internet of things (IoT) technology that uses cellular networks to connect devices and systems. IoT over Cellular allows devices to communicate with each other and with other systems using the same cellular networks that are used for mobile phones and other wireless devices. This allows for the creation of large-scale, widely-distributed IoT networks that can be accessed and controlled from anywhere with a cellular connection. IoT over Cellular can be used in a variety of applications, such as remote monitoring and control of industrial systems, smart cities, and connected vehicles. It provides a secure, reliable, and high-bandwidth means of communication for IoT devices, enabling them to connect and exchange data over long distances.

IoT over Cellular

LTE-M, or Long-Term Evolution for Machines, is a type of cellular communication technology that is specifically designed for use in the internet of things (IoT). LTE-M is a variant of the LTE (Long-Term Evolution) standard that is used for mobile phones and other wireless devices, and it is optimized for low-power, low-data-rate IoT applications. LTE-M provides several benefits for IoT applications, such as low power consumption, long battery life, low cost, and wide coverage. It allows for the creation of large-scale, widely-distributed IoT networks that can be accessed and controlled from anywhere with an LTE-M connection. LTE-M is often used in applications such as asset tracking, smart metering, and industrial automation.

LTE-M

LTE-M, or Long-Term Evolution for Machines, is a type of cellular communication technology that is specifically designed for use in the internet of things (IoT). LTE-M is a variant of the LTE (Long-Term Evolution) standard that is used for mobile phones and other wireless devices, and it is optimized for low-power, low-data-rate IoT applications. LTE-M provides several benefits for IoT applications, such as low power consumption, long battery life, low cost, and wide coverage. It allows for the creation of large-scale, widely-distributed IoT networks that can be accessed and controlled from anywhere with an LTE-M connection. LTE-M is often used in applications such as asset tracking, smart metering, and industrial automation.

Competing 3GPP IoT technologies include NB-IoT. The advantage of LTE-M over NB-IoT is its comparatively higher data rate, mobility, and voice over the network, but it requires more bandwidth and is typically

NB-IoT

Narrowband IoT or NB-IoT is a wireless communication standard for the Internet of Things. NB-IoT belongs to the category of low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN), enabling to connect devices that need small amounts of data, low bandwidth, and long battery life.

This makes it suitable for a variety of applications and use cases for IoT.

Cellular IoT

LTE-M is based on 4G technology and is a global mobile standard. By choosing the standard, future solutions can be connected on the same network.

Users will get the same level of security as is known from the mobile network today.

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Slow but steady

One can somewhat popularly call NB-IoT a modern successor to the 2G network. It is not fast, but in return is extremely stable, penetrates deep into buildings and is affordable.

Precisely for this reason, NB-IoT will be very suitable for many types of connection of IoT equipment.

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LTE-M Tracking

A wide range of applications transfer very small amounts of data. On tracking solutions, speed is secondary. A good example where it is a great advantage to use NB-IoT is when tracking a car. It must periodically transmit information about the car's position to a central server.

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