WisDuino Cellular (RAK2011) Arduino Shield is a compact cellular module, powered by the Quectel BG96 modem chipset. It supports 2G/EGPRS, 4G/LTE Cat-M1 (eMTC), Cat-NB1 (Nb-IoT), as well as GPS.
With an Arduino shield form factor, you can take advantage of the well-established system and community. The RAK2011 provides LPWA IoT cellular connectivity for MCU/MPU boards with Arduino headers. Because of the wide range of Arduino form factor solution available, developers are given the freedom to choose the most suitable MCU/MPU for their desired application.
The addition of the built-in Enhanced AT commands stack, built-in core protocol support, and availability of basic drivers for major operating systems (Windows, Linux, and Android) facilitate software developments and system integration into any IoT application.
Complete documentation of this product can be found on our website documentation page.
- Cellular Module: Quectel BG96 (based on Qualcomm MDM9206)
- Cellular Networks:
- 4G/LTE Cat-M1 (eMTC)
- 4G/LTE Cat-NB1(NB-IoT)
- Voice: VoLTE (Cat-M1 Only)
- Board Dimension: 53.4mm x 68.6mm x 21mm (excluding SMA antenna connector)
- Board Weight: Approximately 1.17oz
- 1pc WisDuino Cellular (RAK2011) Board
- 1pc GPS Antenna
- 1pc Cellular Antenna
- 1pc micro USB Cable (53cm in length)
Questions and Answers
We would like to know countries where RK2011 can be used.
The RAk2011 is base on Quectel BG96 module. This can used in gloabl. See the Bg96 pagehttps://www.quectel.com/product/bg96.htm
Also, we give a free global SIM from hologram so the customer can use RAK2011 globally.
Hello. Does this board support MQTT AT commands?
MQTT AT is not supported, at least to my knowledge.
Hi, I want to connect RAK2011 module to LPC MCU via ARDUINO shield, is it possible? Can I communicate RAK2011 with "AT" commands via ARDUINO UART?
I saw that you have posted the question on Facebook already and it is being handled by a colleague. Is it ok if we move the discussion there?
Ciao we have bought a RAK2011 BG96 ARDUINO SHIELD. Now we need to have the Demo program to be download to the Board to test the device. Can you suggest to us where we can find it? Thank you in advance Marco Brambilla
At the link, you can find all the existing information about the product: specifications, manuals, etc. Unfortunately, this is a developer board, thus it is up to the customer to develop a demo program in accordance with their requirements and setup.
Ciao We have bought a RAK2011 for Arduino
Do you have a question?
Works without any problems.
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