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products:sbc:vim3:add-ons:em06-lte-4g-module

VIM3/3L EM06 LTE 4G Module

Introduction

This page mainly introduces how to use the LTE module from three parts. The first part is about how to query the support list of the LTE module, the second is some related operations under Ubuntu, and the third is some related operations under Android.

Support Check

You can view it on the following two pages:

Ubuntu

Preparation

Setup LTE Module

Install minicom in your SBC.

sudo apt update
sudo apt install minicom

Setting to usbnet mode.

sudo minicom -D /dev/ttyUSB2

After open minicom , enter:

AT+QCFG="usbnet",2
 
OK

LTE module needs power down and restart to switch mode. Unplug your SBC and plug again. LTE module now works in usbnet mode.

How to restore your LTE module?

AT+QCFG="usbnet",0

Unplug your SBC and plug again to switch back to default mode.

Connect Network

Xfce Desktop OS

Find edit connections in network menu.

xfce1

Add a new connection.

xfce2

Choose the connection type Mobile Broadband.

xfce3

Choose provider's country

xfce4

Choose provider, this needs to be set according to your SIM card.

xfce5

Set your LTE module connection passwork, you need to remember it .

xfce6

Now, you can connect it, LTE module connections will be found in network menu.

xfce7

Input the password which you set.

xfce8

Finally, you will connect successfully!

Gnome Desktop OS

Click the menu bar in the upper right corner to see the mobile board settings option.

gnome-lte1

Click the Network, choose Add new connection, and then click Next.

gnome-lte2

gnome-lte3

Choose provider’s country.

gnome-lte4

Choose provider, this needs to be set according to your SIM card.

gnome-lte5

After choosing provider, the next two steps are to use defconfiguration. So you just need to choose next. And then click apply . Now, you need a password, default is 000.

gnome-lte6

gnome-lte7

After entering the password, you can connect normally.

gnome-lte8

Open the corresponding settings and update the password in mobile broadband.

gnome-lte9

Server OS

$ sudo nmcli connection add type gsm apn 3gnet user 0000 password 0000 con-name "EM06 4G"

Check Network

$ ifconfig wwan0
wwan0: flags=4098<BROADCAST,MULTICAST>  mtu 1500
        ether 1a:68:e0:a7:94:88  txqueuelen 1000  (Ethernet)
        RX packets 0  bytes 0 (0.0 B)
        RX errors 0  dropped 0  overruns 0  frame 0
        TX packets 0  bytes 0 (0.0 B)
        TX errors 0  dropped 0 overruns 0  carrier 0  collisions 0

Use ping command to test.

$ ping www.baidu.com -I wwan0

If your LTE module works normally, it will be successful.

2022/07/06 04:37 · frank
Last modified: 2022/07/13 23:44 by frank