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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: None. We no longer carry this particular breakout or module but check out the cellular category for more cellular modules and evaluation boards. This page is for reference only.

Description: The new GE865 introduces the smallest GSM/GPRS Ball-Grid-Array (BGA) modules in the market. The low profile and small size of the unique BGA package for the GE865-QUAD enables the design of very compact applications. Since connectors are eliminated, the solution cost is significantly reduced compared to conventional mounting.

With its ultra-compact design and extended temperature range, the Telit GE865 product line is the perfect platform for high-volume M2M applications and mobile data devices. Additional features such as integrated TCP/IP protocol stack and serial multiplexer extend functionality of the application at no additional cost.

State-of-the-art ADCs, DACs and GPIOs provide connectivity to external peripherals such as sensors and displays.

This smaller SMD module requires an external SIM card socket and external Antenna Connection (50Ohm). This module interfaces through 3V CMOS logic levels. You must not use 5V levels. We recommend a simple voltage divider or equivalent logic level translation circuit.

Dimensions: 22x22mm (3.0mm thickness)

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Comments 4 comments

  • Is there an eagle component for this? Can it be DIY-soldered by putting it on a pcb and heating the board?

    • Check out this instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/Toaster-Oven-Reflow-Soldering-BGA/

      It has Python: http://www.telit.com/en/products/gsm-gprs.php?p_id=12&p_ac=show&p=47

  • Does this one support Python scripts?

  • Does the TCP/IP stack support IPv6? I think that’s starting to be important info for anything with an IP stack now - I get the feeling we (the internet in general) will hit a tipping point one day, without much notice, and have to adapt very quickly.


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