SIM7600G-H-PCIE

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SIM7600G-H-PCIE
SIM7600G-H PCIE
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Overview

The SIM7600G-H-PCIE series is the LTE Cat 4 module that supports wireless communication modes of LTE-TDD/LTE-FDD/HSPA+/GSM/GPRS/EDGE etc. It supports a maximum 150Mbps downlink rate and 50Mbps uplink rate.

The SIM7600G-H-PCIE series adopts a mini PCIe form factor and consists of a SIM7600-H series module and a mini PCIe adapter board. It is easy for customers to integrate.

The SIM7600G-H-PCIE series integrates multiple satellites with high accuracy positioning GNSS systems, with multiple built-in network protocols, supports drivers for main operation systems (USB driver for Windows, Linux and Android, etc.) and software function, AT commands are compatible with SIM7500/SIM7600 series modules.

Meanwhile, the SIM7600G-H-PCIE series integrates main industrial standard interfaces, with powerful expansibility, including abundant interfaces such as UART, USB, and GPIO, which are suitable for main IoT applications such as telematics, surveillance devices, CPE, industrial routers, and remote diagnostics, etc.

Specifications

Frequency Band
LTE-FDD B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7, B8, B12, B13, B18, B19, B20, B25, B26, B28, B66
LTE-TDD B34, B38, B39, B40, B41
WCDMA B1, B2, B4, B5, B6, B8, B19
GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz
GNSS GPS, Beidou, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS
Data Transfer
LTE 150 Mbps (DL) / 50 Mbps (UL)
HSPA+ 42 Mbps (DL) / 5.76 Mbps (UL)
WCDMA 384 Kbps (DL) / 384 Kbps (UL)
EDGE 236.8 Kbps (DL) / 236.8 Kbps (UL)
GPRS 85.6 Kbps (DL) / 85.6 Kbps (UL)
Software Features
Operating system Windows/Linux/Android
Protocol TCP, IP, IPV4, IPV6, Multi-PDP, FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, DNS
SMS Supports MT, MO, CB, Text, PDU
Firmware upgrade USB/FOTA
Hardware Specifications
SIM card 1.8V/3.0V
Antenna interface IPEX-4 connector (LTE main antenna + LTE diversity antenna + GNSS antenna)
Power supply 3V ~ 4.2V
Form factor M.2 B KEY
Dimensions 42.0 × 31.4 × 3.8mm
Operating temperature -40℃ ~ +85℃
Applications
Applicable regions global coverage
Examples Healthcare, smart payment, Internet talk, environmental monitoring, energy monitoring, fleet management, smart industry, intelligent agriculture, etc.

Dimensions

SIM7600G-H-PCIE-details-1.png

Notices

  • DO NOT plug the module while powering.
  • The supply voltage should be about 4.0V for properly working.
  • Please check the interface before you use the module. M.2 B Key is not compatible with MINI-PCIE.

Indicators

STA NET Status
ON OFF Turning off or turning on
ON OFF Operating
ON ON SIM card isn't inserted or weak signal
ON Blink Networking, working normal
OFF Blink/ON Shutdowning

Please make sure that you have connected and powered the module normally before you configure it.

Set up 4G in Raspberry Pi

  • Open a terminal and run the following commands to install minicom.
sudo apt-get install minicom
  • Open the minicom:
sudo minicom -D /dev/ttyUSB2
  • Configure the module by the following command in minicom.
AT+CUSBPIDSWITCH=9011,1,1
  • Configure the port and networking.
sudo dhclient -v usb0
  • RNDIS Dial-up Internet Access.
  • If you set up the module successfully, however, it cannot be networking normally, please try to change the frequency by the AT command (just choose one of them).
AT+CNBP=0x0002000000400183,0x000001E000000000,0x0000000000000021
AT+CNBP=0x0002000000400180,0x480000000000000000000000000000000000000000000042000001E200000095,0x0000000000000021

AT commands

If the module cannot connect to the network normally, please use minicom and AT commands to check the module.

sudo apt-get install minicom
sudo minicom -D /dev/ttyUSB2
Common AT commands
The following commands are working for both 4G/5G modules
Comamnd Description Return
AT AT test command OK
ATE ATE1 to enable echo
ATE0 to disable echo
OK
AT+CGMI Check module manufacturer OK
AT+CGMM Check module type OK
AT+CGSN Check SN of module OK
AT+CSUB Check module version and the chip OK
AT+CGMR Check firmware version OK
AT+IPREX Set serial baud rate of module +IPREX:
OK
AT+CRESET Reset module OK
AT+CSQ Check signal quality +CSQ: 17,99
OK
AT+CPIN? Check SIM card status, READY for normal +CPIN: READY
AT+COPS? Check the current network supplier, it returns supplier information if the network is normal +COPS:
OK
AT+CREG? Check network status +CREG:
OK
AT+CPSI? Check UE system information
AT+CNMP Select network mode:
2:Automatic
13:GSM only
38:LTE only
48 : Any modes but LTE
... ....
OK

For more information about the AT commands, please refer to the AT command manual
For more documents, please refer to SIMCom website
For more examples, please refer to the related HAT devices of Waveshare.

Resource

FAQ

 Answer:

Yes, Raspberry PI's official Ubuntu is also based on Rabian; The driver installation is the same as Raspbian; You can also use RNDIS to dial without the NIC driver: RNDIS Dial-Up - Waveshare Wiki.

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