the following product family announced EoL:
|Item||P/N||Last Time Buy||Webshop EN||Webshop DE|
|LE910-EUG||LE910EUG703R002||08/31th/2018||please call||bitte anrufen|
|LE910EUG703T007000||08/31th/2018||please call||bitte anrufen|
Your next steps:
1. Determine your last-time buy needs for the part numbers listed above to prepare orders before the Last Time Buy deadline.
2. Look for the right replacement options listed below or talk to our experts here in the forum.
3. Review, consider and select a module to succeed your EoL product from the portfolio of possible Telit IoT modules.
If you have any questions or need more information please contact us and request an appointment with one of our IoT experts.
As replacement for the above parts, and for applications not requiring the GNSS functionality, Telit offers the LE910-EU V2, LTE Cat 4, which supports also the additional LTE bands 900 and 2100 MHz, required in some countries, due to 2G/3G spectrum refarming.
As second variant you can use LE910-EU1, LTE Cat.1.
If you require GNSS please have a look at Telit GNSS Bundle Solutions:
The Telit Bundle Solution represents an alternative way to integrate such Cellular + GNSS applications.
This solution requires that the main UART of the GNSS receiver has to be connected directly to the 2nd UART of the Cellular module (often it is the TRACE UART).
Some cellular GPIOs need to be connected to the GNSS receiver to manage some key pins (power control, boot, ..., etc.).
This implementation has pros and cons. Some pros of the Telit Bundle Solution are:
· only one UART is used by the application processor;
· no effort is required to integrate and manage the GNSS protocol, since the GNSS receiver is managed by the Cellular module through AT commands;
· the A-GPS Downloader/Manager is already embedded into the Cellular module’s SW;
· the Patcher SW engine (for GNSS ROM receivers only) is already embedded in the Cellular module’s SW;
· the Application microprocessor could be removed and the whole application managed by the Python or AppZone engines running into the Telit cellular module.
Some cons of this solution are that:
· the cellular module has to be in power-on status every time the microprocessor needs to send, update or exchange data with the GNSS receiver. This results in a more complex power management in order to match a power consumption comparable with standard solution;
· not all the features of the GNSS receiver can be driven through the cellular module (see the Telit AT Commands User guide ).
The Telit Bundle solution’s advantage is to combine multiple technologies and manage the whole set through a single dedicated communication port.
In the Telit Bundle solution, the cellular module is the master while the GNSS receiver is the slave.
The GNSS receiver is managed through the cellular module using dedicated AT commands; in this case, customers do not need to know or use any other protocol to manage the external GNSS receiver.
Moreover, this solution does not require to include any A-GPS Download Manager or Patching SW engine in the external Application Microprocessor to manage A-GPS aiding and ROM Patcher SW engine.
In fact, the Telit Bundle solution is composed by different SW blocks that allow customers to manage, keep up-to-date and assist the GNSS receiver.
For more information please look: 80000NT11300A_Telit_GNSS_Bundle_Application_Note_r7.pdf
If you have further question, please fell free to contact our technical support: ts (at) roundsolutions.com