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Skywire® HSPA+ HE910
Embedded Cellular Modem
Datasheet
NimbeLink Corp.
Updated: January 2019
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents 2
Introduction 4
Orderable Part Numbers 4
Additional Resources 4
Product Overview 4
Block Diagram 5
Technical Specifications 5
Electrical Specifications 5
Absolute Maximum Ratings 5
Recommended Ratings & Module Pin out 6
Connectors J1 and J2 6
Connectors J3, X1, X2, X3 7
Typical Power Consumption 8
Mechanical Specifications 8
Mechanical Characteristics 8
Mating Connectors 9
Device Placement 9
Environmental Specifications 9
Important Design Considerations 9
ON_OFF Signal 9
Power Monitoring 10
Power Supply Requirements 10
Serial Communications 10
Mounting Guidelines 12
Board to Board connectors approach 12
Solder to Board connection approach 13
Antenna Considerations 14
Primary Antenna Requirements 14
Diversity Antenna Requirements 14
GPS Antenna Requirements 14
Recommended Antennas 15
Certifications 16
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Carrier Specific 16
Geography Specific 16
Federal Regulatory Licensing 16
End Product Labeling Requirements 16
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Chipset Bands HE910-DG 40 to +85'C BI, 32, B4, BS, 36, BS Yes GSM HE910-DG 40 to +85'C BI, 32, B4, BS, 36, BS Yes GSM NL-SW-HSPA Product Page GPS & Assisted GPS Agp Note Sending and Receiving data with Socket Dials Prototyping considerations Apg Note
1. Introduction
1.1 Orderable Part Numbers
Orderable
Device
Telit Chipset
Operating
Temperature
Bands
Fallback?
Network
Type
GPS
NL-SW-HSPA
HE910-DG
-40 to +85˚C
B1, B2, B4, B5, B6, B8
Yes
GSM
Yes
NL-SW-HSPA-B
HE910-DG
-40 to +85˚C
B1, B2, B4, B5, B6, B8
Yes
GSM
Yes
1.2 Additional Resources
The following documents or documentation resources are referenced within this
document.
NL-SW-HSPA Product Page
GPS & Assisted GPS App Note
Sending and Receiving data with Socket Dials
Prototyping considerations App Note
1.3 Product Overview
Add robust cellular connectivity to your M2M devices with scalable radio technology with
Skywire line of modems including HE910 based HSPA+ solutions. Extensive experience
in designing and building embedded product solutions makes the NimbeLink Skywire®
embedded cellular modem the smallest on the market. It uses the popular Skywire
interface and supports multiple GSM bands and fallback capability minimizing costs of
hardware and network access. The module is designed for volume production and is
intended for OEMs to embed into end equipment designs.
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1.4 Block Diagram
2. Technical Specifications
2.1 Electrical Specifications
2.1.1 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Signal
Main Power Supply
VCC
I/O Voltage Reference
VREF
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Name Max If not used 1 vcc lnput Maln Power supply 3.5V 3.9V 4.3V Must be implemented 2 BOUT Out uk 0 O p VREF u 55v ° No connection, I VREF H: ‘ . 3 DIN lnput o VREF . r UJSV ‘0 VREF No connection 4 GND lnput Ground Pin 0 Must be implemented 5 RESETinIN lnput UV 1.8V No connection r when asserted. 6 VUSB lnput Supply for USB interface 4.4V 5v 5V No connection 7 usaim we use differential Data + signal No connection a USBiDr l/O usa differential Data , signal No connection 9 DTR lnput Modem Data Termlnal Ready input a Tieto GND UJSV to VREF 10 GND lnput Ground Pin 0 Must be implemented 11 GND lnput Ground Pin 0 Must be implemented H: rd . 12 as Output o No connection flow control output 0 55v 0 I VREF
2.1.2 Recommended Ratings & Module Pin out
2.1.2.1 Connectors J1 and J2
Pin
Name
Direction
Description
Min
Typical
Max
If not used
1
VCC
Input
Main Power supply
3.5V
3.9V
4.3V
Must be implemented
2
DOUT
Output
UART data out, I/O level tied to
VREF
VOL:
GND to
0.55V
VOH:
VREF x
0.67 to
VREF
Must be implemented
if USB not used,
No connection
3
DIN
Input
UART data in, I/O level tied to
VREF
VIL:
GND to
0.15V
VIH:
VREF-0.4
V
to VREF
Must be implemented
if USB not used,
No connection
4
GND
Input
Ground Pin
0
Must be implemented
5
RESET_nIN
Input
Controls HW_SHUTDOWN input on
Telit HE910, tie low for 200mS and
released to activate. Internally
pulled up to 1.8V. Drive with open
collector output. Assert only in an
emergency as the module will not
gracefully exit the cellular network
when asserted.
0V
1.8V
No connection
6
VUSB
Input
Supply for USB interface
4.4V
5V
5V
No connection
7
USB_D+
I/O
USB differential Data + signal
No connection
8
USB_D-
I/O
USB differential Data - signal
No connection
9
DTR
Input
Modem Data Terminal Ready input
VIL:
GND to
0.15V
VIH:
VREF-0.4
V
to VREF
Tie to GND
10
GND
Input
Ground Pin
0
Must be implemented
11
GND
Input
Ground Pin
0
Must be implemented
12
CTS
Output
Modem Clear to Send hardware
flow control output
VOL:
GND to
0.55V
VOH:
VREF x
0.67 to
VREF
No connection
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Name Des Max If not used 13 ON/nSLEEP Output 5 0 1.8V No connection Secllon 3.5 for details 14 VREF Input 1.65\/ 3 3v” 5.0V Must be implemented T HEQID modem module. 15 GND lnput Ground Pin 0 Must be implemented H: 16 ms In t h .0 Te to GND 9" flow control lnput o 15v ' ' to VREF 17 mos we 03 o 1 8V N t‘ HEQID module . o connec ion 18 DIOZ we 02 o 1 8V N t‘ HEQID module . o connec ion 19 A051 lnput module IShit resolumn’ <6 mm="" 0="" 1.3v="" no="" connection="" 20="" onion="" input="" 0="" 1.8v="" must="" be="" implemented="" 1="" to="" gnd.="" desc="" p="" on="" connector="" loca="" n="" j3="" micro="" sim="" connector="" bottom="" side="" of="" module="" x1="" primary="" antenna="" connection="" topside="" of="" module="" x2="" diversity="" antenna="" connection="" topside="" of="" module="" x3="" gps/gnss="" satellite="" receiver="" bottom="" side="" of="" module="">
Pin
Name
Direction
Description
Min
Typical
Max
If not used
13
ON/nSLEEP
Output
Signal drives the onboard LED
indicating network status. See
section 3.5 for details.
0
1.8V
No connection
14
VREF
Input
Voltage reference for offboard I/O
signals. This signal drives the input
voltage side of an onboard buffer
which converts all external I/O
voltage from VREF range to 1.8V
range to drive the onboard Telit
HE910 modem module.
1.65V
1.8V or
3.3V
5.0V
Must be implemented
15
GND
Input
Ground Pin
0
Must be implemented
16
RTS
Input
Modem Request to Send hardware
flow control input
VIL:
GND to
0.15V
VIH:
VREF-0.4
V
to VREF
Tie to GND
17
DIO3
I/O
Programmable GPIO_03 on Telit
HE910 module
0
1.8V
No connection
18
DIO2
I/O
Programmable GPIO_02 on Telit
HE910 module
0
1.8V
No connection
19
ADC1
Input
ADC_IN1 input on Telit HE910
module (8bit resolution, <6.6mV)
0
1.3V
No connection
20
ON_OFF
Input
Modem On/Off signal. Assert low
for at least 5 seconds and then
release to activate start sequence.
Drive with open collector output.
Internally pulled up to internal
1.8V rail with pull up. Do not use
any external pull ups. Note: If you
want modem to turn on
automatically when power is
applied, permanently tie this signal
to GND.
0
1.8V
Must be implemented.
2.1.2.2 Connectors J3, X1, X2, X3
Connector
Designator
Description
Connector Location
J3
Micro SIM Connector
Bottom Side of Module
X1
Primary Antenna Connection
Topside of Module
X2
Diversity Antenna Connection
Topside of Module
X3
GPS/GNSS Satellite Receiver
Bottom Side of Module
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Measurement AT+CSQ charge (uAh) Socket Dial 0 13 106.391 228.14 386.07 Skywire. Socket Dial 2o 10 116.74 246.35 390.753 Skywire. Socket Dial 4o 1 152.03 622.075 594.341 Skywire. Off 0 . 2.64 3.01 660.68 ur on. 15 minute sample. w Power 0 . 7.91 35.795 1990.34 AT+CFUN=5, DTR held HIGH. Idle 0 . 19.3 114.60 4820.16 15 minute sample period. Parameter Typical Unit 2910 x 33.60 x 6163 mm 2910 x 33.60 x 1073 mm Weight x Grams Connector Insertion/Removal hundreds Cycles
2.1.3 Typical Power Consumption
Measurement
Attenuation
(dB)
AT+CSQ
Average
Current
(mA)
Peak Current
(mA)
Average
Charge (μAh)
Notes
Socket Dial
0
18
106.391
228.14
386.07
Tested at 3.8V
Time elapsed: 12.565s
Test:
Opening socket, making HTTP
POST, reading HTTP response,
closing socket, powering off
Skywire.
Socket Dial
20
10
116.74
246.35
390.753
Tested at 3.8V
Time elapsed: 12.322s
Test:
Opening socket, making HTTP
POST, reading HTTP response,
closing socket, powering off
Skywire.
Socket Dial
40
1
152.03
622.075
594.341
Tested at 3.8V
Time elapsed: 12.507s
Test:
Opening socket, making HTTP
POST, reading HTTP response,
closing socket, powering off
Skywire.
Off
0
-
2.64
3.01
660.68
Tested at 3.8V
Connected to power, not turned
on. 15 minute sample.
Idle - Low
Power
0
-
7.91
85.795
1990.34
Tested at 3.8V
15 minute sample period.
AT+CFUN=5, DTR held HIGH.
Idle
0
-
19.3
114.60
4820.16
Tested at 3.8V
Registered on network, 15
minute sample period.
2.2 Mechanical Specifications
2.2.1 Mechanical Characteristics
Parameter
Typical
Unit
Dimensions (excluding pin height, for solder to board
applications)
29.0 x 33.60 x 6.63
mm
Dimensions (including pin height, for board to board
connector applications)
29.0 x 33.60 x 10.73
mm
Weight
x
Grams
Connector Insertion/Removal
hundreds
Cycles
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2.2.2 Mating Connectors
Connector
Designator
Manufacture
Populated on
Module
Recommended
Mate
Mate
Manufacture
J1, J2
3M
951110-2530-AR-PR
950510-6102-AR
3M
Acceptable
alternate:
NPPN101BFCN-RC
Sullins
Connector
Solutions
J3
Molex
786463001
Micro SIM Card
Micro SIM Card
X1, X2, X3
Hirose
U.FL-R-SMT(10)
CAB.011
Taoglas
2.2.3 Device Placement
Make sure the Skywire is installed in the correct orientation; failure to do so
will damage the device and void the warranty.
2.3 Environmental Specifications
Parameter
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
Note
Operating
Temperature
-40
25
+85
˚C
Storage Temperature
-40
25
+85
˚C
Operating Humidity
20
90
%
Non-condensing
3. Important Design Considerations
3.1 ON_OFF Signal
The ON_OFF signal on pin 20 is used to trigger the modem to turn on and to turn the
modem off.
To conserve power, the onboard cellular module does not automatically startup when
power is applied. The baseboard design must supply a means to assert the ON_OFF
signal low for at least 5 seconds, then released to start up the modem. The ON_OFF
signal should be driven with an open collector output or with an open collector
transistor. The signal is internally pulled up and should not be driven high, as doing so
may prevent the modem from booting.
The modem can be configured to automatically start when power is applied. This can be
done by tying the ON_OFF signal to GND (either directly or through a pulldown
resistor). However, doing so does run the risk of the modem attempting to boot before
the input voltage to the modem is >3.20V, which could cause the modem to lock up. If
lock up occurs, the nRESET pin should be asserted to force the modem to initiate a
restart.
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For optimal control of the cellular modem, it is recommended that the system designer
control the ON_OFF signal from their host platform using an open collector output or
external discrete open collector transistor.
The modem will be ready to accept AT commands 2 seconds (average) after the 5
second ON_OFF signal toggle has been released. Users may also use one of the
modems GPIO pins as a power monitoring pin as described in section 4.1. The modem
will be ready to accept AT commands 1 second after the power monitoring pin as gone
high.
To turn the modem off via the ON_OFF signal drive the ON_OFF Signal low for at least
3 seconds when the modem is on.
3.2 Power Monitoring
Applications can monitor if the modem has powered up by configuring one of the
modem’s GPIO pins as an output, set to a high logic state. This output will output a 1.8V
signal when the modem’s internal power rail has powered up and go to 0V when the
modem shuts down. To configure the modem to use one of its GPIO's as a power
monitor, issue the following command:
Issue the following AT command to configure pin 17 (GPIO 3) to output a high logic
signal and save the setting across reboots:
AT#GPIO=3,1,1,1
Issue the following AT command to configure pin 18 (GPIO 2) to output a high logic
signal and save the setting across reboots:
AT#GPIO=2,1,1,1
3.3 Power Supply Requirements
The equipment must be supplied by an external limited power source in compliance with
the clause 2.5 of the standard IEC-60950-1.
The module will regularly consume high amounts of current on the Main Power Supply
(VCC), up to 2A during active transmits and receives. The baseboard power supply
should be designed to support peak currents up to 2 Amps @3.80V. A 100uF capacitor
should be placed near the VCC pin on the module to ensure ample energy is available,
with a low inductance path to the VCC pin. For example power supply designs, there
are multiple references available. See the NimbeLink Skywire Development Kit
schematic for a switching regulator example.
3.4 Serial Communications
The HE910 can communicate over UART and/or USB. Design should implement one
or both serial interfaces to be able to send commands to the modem.
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Permanently OFF Device OFF or setting disabled (see above) Registered with full service
3.5 Network Connection Status LED
The ON/nSLEEP signal on pin 13 drives the on-board LED indicating network status. By
default, the 3G HSPA module has this setting disabled. Use the following commands to
enable and save this feature.
First, configure the GPIO for alternate function:
AT#GPIO = 1,0,2
The modem should respond with:
OK
Next, set the desired LED behavior with this command:
AT#SLED=2,10,10
The modem should respond with:
OK
Finally, commit the changes to non-volatile memory so the setting will persist across
power down/power up:
AT#SLEDSAV
The modem should respond with:
OK
See the table below for a description of the various LED behavior.
LED Status
Network Status Indication
Permanently OFF
Device OFF or setting disabled (see above)
Permanently ON
Searching for Network & Not Registered
Slow Blinking
Registered with full service
Permanently ON
Call is active (Modem has been registered)
3.6 FOTA
Cellular networks are constantly being updated, improved, and enhanced with new
features. As a result, carriers are making frequent network changes. Most will not
negatively affect devices connected to those networks, but occasionally an update will
prevent an unprepared device from re-connecting to the network permanently.
To account for these future changes, FOTA (Firmware over the Air) capability is being
added to all cellular modules by each module manufacturer, and NimbeLink supports
this functionality in the Skywire family of embedded modems. However, there is often a
requirement to implement support for this FOTA functionality in your device firmware.
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As a developer using the Skywire modem, it is required that your device firmware plan
to accommodate FOTA updates after deployment. Failure to do so may result in
interruption of your device's cellular connectivity if the carriers implement a network
change. If the device can no longer access the network, FOTA cannot be used to
resolve the situation after the fact. The only way to restore connectivity will be physical
access to the device to perform the updates directly on the device.
FOTA Instructions are available by contacting Nimbelink's product support team at the
following email address: product.support@nimbelink.com
4. Mounting Guidelines
Skywire embedded cellular modems support multiple connection methods. The two
primary methods are board-to-board connectors and soldering directly to the
baseboard.
4.1 Board to Board connectors approach
The Skywire interface calls for two 10-pin, 2mm pitch, female receptacles spaced 22
mm apart. There are many connector manufacturers that can be used. Below is one
readily available product:
Manufacturer: Sullins Connector Solutions
Part Number: NPPN101BFCN-RC
Typical part drawing and footprint information for the NPPN101BFCN-RC connector:
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4.2 Solder to Board connection approach
Alternatively, Skywires can be soldered directly to a PCB. The PCB should be designed
with two rows of ten 0.8mm plated through holes spaced 2mm apart. The two rows
should be 22mm apart. See the figure below for the recommended footprint. All
measurements are in millimeters. U.FL locations are marked with circles, X1 is on the
top of the board, X3 is on the bottom of the board. J3 is the Micro SIM card slot on
bottom side of board.
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5. Antenna Considerations
5.1 Primary Antenna Requirements
These tables are copied from Telit HE910 Hardware User Guide. Designers should
review latest HE910 Hardware User Guide to ensure the information is up to date.
5.2 Diversity Antenna Requirements
These tables are copied from Telit HE910 Hardware User Guide. Designers should
review latest HE910 Hardware User Guide to ensure the information is up to date.
5.3 GPS Antenna Requirements
NimbeLink recommends using active GPS antennas. The Skywire forwards the voltage
supplied by the VREF pin to the GPS coax connection X3. This is to provide power to
active GNSS antennas.
When using a passive antenna installed on the baseboard, users must ensure that the
coax cable connection is kept as short as possible between the Skywire and the mating
PCB. Excess loss in long cables will significantly reduce GPS performance. Users
must also ensure that the passive antenna does not behave like a DC short to ground
since the Skywire provides voltage on the coax. When using such an antenna you must
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CL05C56OFBSNNNC Active GNSS Antenna Max Gain 14 dB Type Manufacturer Part Number Primary & Iversity Taoglas1 TG‘30‘8113 850 MHz Band 522 dBi
use a DC blocking capacitor. NimbeLink recommends a Samsung 56pF 0402
CL05C560FB5NNNC.
For GPS/GNSS, circularly polarized antennas are desired over linear and patch
topologies because they typically have 3dB improved sensitivity.
The cellular module on the NL-SW-HSPA has an internal, built-in LNA. Because of the
internal LNA, the overall gain (including signal losses past the external LNA and cable
losses between the external LNA and the modem) should not exceed 14 dB. Levels
higher than 14 dB will affect the ability of the modems GPS to operate. If a higher gain
LNA is used, either a resistive Pi or T attenuator can be inserted after the LNA to bring
the gain down to 14 dB.
GNSS Antenna Requirements
Active GNSS Antenna Max Gain
14 dB
Antenna LNA Noise Figure
>1 dB
Impedance
50 ohms
5.4 Recommended Antennas
Type
Manufacturer
Part Number
Primary & Diversity
Taoglas1
TG.30.8113
Note 1: U.FL to SMA adapter required.
For applications not using the recommended antennas, developers must ensure that the
selected antenna(s) meet certain requirements. In order to maintain FCC and carrier
specific certifications the antennas cannot exceed the maximum gain levels listed here:
Frequency
Max Gain (dBi)
850 MHz Band
5.22 dBi
1700 MHz Band
6.45 dBi
1900 MHz Band
3.31 dBi
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6. Certifications
6.1 Carrier Specific
NL-SW-HSPA: PTCRB, AT&T Rogers
Each carrier has different requirements for activating the HE910 modem on their
networks. Many accept the Telit PTCRB & GCF certification to allow device on the
network, however, recent carrier preferences may require the end product to go through
PTCRB & GCF certification in the final enclosure, antenna, and software configuration.
6.2 Geography Specific
Federal Communications Commission (FCC47) part 22, 24
Complies with FCC47 Part 15 Class B Radiated and Conducted Emissions
7. Federal Regulatory Licensing
7.1 Export Control Classification Number (ECCN)
ECCNs are five character alpha-numeric designations used on the Commerce Control
List (CCL) to identify dual-use items for export control purposes. An ECCN categorizes
items based on the nature of the product, i.e. type of commodity, software, or
technology and its respective technical parameters.
All Skywire Modems: 5A992.c
7.2 Harmonized Tariff Schedule Code
HTS Code: 8517.62.0010
8. End Product Labeling Requirements
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interferences, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Device Uses Approved Radio: NL-SW-HSPA
Contains FCC ID: RI7HE910 and IC ID: 5131A-HE910
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