Fibocom Launches High Performance LTE-A Cat 12 Module FG101 Based on Qualcomm SDX12

FIBOCOm

Shenzhen China – March 18th 2021 – Fibocom (Stock Code: 300638), a leading provider of cellular embedded wireless module solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced the global launch of high performance 4G LTE Advanced category 12 module FG101. Highly integrated with competitive cost advantages, FG101 is an optimized 4G LTE-A module designed to provide high-speed connectivity in applications like FWA, intelligent security, industry 4.0 and connected cars, etc.

Based on Qualcomm SDX12 chipset platform, Fibocom LTE-A Cat 12 module FG101 offers the maximum LTE throughput of 600Mbps downlink and 150Mbps uplink. FG101 supports LTE-TDD/LTE-FDD/WCDMA three network modes as well as several optimized features such as LTE-A Carrier Aggregation (CA), LTE in unlicensed spectrum (LTE-U), and LTE + Wi-Fi Link Aggregation, to deliver unprecedented LTE speeds, bandwidth, and network performance.

Fibocom LTE-A Cat 12 module FG101 is designed in LGA form factor and measured in 39.5x37x2.8 mm, and it supports 4 x 4 MIMO technology and all the mainstream carriers’ bands worldwide, including CBRS unlicensed bands B48 for improved network performance. With integrated GNSS receiver (GPS/GLONASS/Beidou/Galileo) and rich interfaces such as: ART/GPIO/ADC/SDIO/I2C/USB3.0/PCM/I2S/PCIe2.0/SPI/USIM, the FG101 is ideal for FWA, intelligent security, industry 4.0 and connected cars applications that require high bandwidth, low latency and cost-saving wireless connectivity.

“Engineering samples of FG101 will be available in April 2021 and massive production of the product is expected in Q3 2021,” said Peter Tian, Director of Fibocom 5G Product Marketing. “We will be launching a series of LTE-A modules based on the SDX12 chipset platform in 2021, FG101-10 and FG101-20, which can significantly enhance the seamless experience for industries that rely on high-bandwidth wireless networks, to ensure fast, reliable connectivity.”

About Fibocom Wireless Inc.

Founded in 1999, Fibocom is a leading global provider of IoT (Internet of Things) wireless solution and wireless communication modules. We are committed to bringing reliable, accessible, secure, and intelligent wireless solutions to every IoT application scenario for the increasingly digitalized industries and enriched smart life of the whole society. In 2017, Fibocom become the first stock-listed (Stock Code: 300638) wireless module provider in China.

We provide technically advanced and high-performance 5G, 4G, NB-IoT/eMTC, 3G, and 2G, smart, auto-grade, GNSS, Wi-Fi/BT wireless modules. By technically embedding Fibocom’s wireless solutions into IoT devices that will become smart and remotely manageable with stable data transmission between devices and operation center, we empower the intelligent future of all industries that mainly include smart retail, ACPC (Always Connected PC), industry 4.0, smart grid, smart homes, smart agriculture, smart cities, telemedicine, metering, smart security surveillance, and the intelligently connected cars, etc. We have many long-term industry customers including Fortune Global 500 enterprises, which is an important driven power of our fast development.

Fibocom is headquartered in Shenzhen, China, and has R&D centers in both Shenzhen and Xi’an. We are globally located with more than 30 subsidiaries and regional operation centers in China, Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific Regions. Currently, we have more than 1000 global employees, and provide products and services in more than 100 countries and regions.

Recent Articles

Data for good

Posted on: April 14, 2021

It is clear that we face some huge challenges as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, says Angus Flett, CEO at Smart DCC. The resulting economic damage cannot slow the urgency with which climate change has to be tackled.

Read more

The effect of IoT in improving accessibility for people living with a disability

Posted on: April 14, 2021

The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has offered many societal benefits, and has undoubtedly improved our overall quality of life. Statistics show that by the end of 2018, there were an estimated 22 billion IoT-connected devices in use worldwide, and this number has only grown since, says Jocelyn Brown.

Read more