Company Quectel launches on the market a miniature quad-band GSM/GPRS module featuring reach functionality and extremely low power consumption.
M80 has all features, which we usually require from a modern GSM/GPRS module: GSM/GPRS performance for data, voice, sms and multimedia, powerful Internet service protocols, multiple Sockets & IP addresses. M80 provides a high performance at a very low power consumption and an extended specified temperature range from -35 to +80 °C (with restrictions -45 to +85°C). With the extremely low power consumption and only 2,6mm high LGA package it is suitable even for miniature mobile devices.
M80 is a complete powerful hardware platform for all M2M (machine to machine) applications. Detailed information provide documents M80 Hardware Design, M80 ATC and the M80 datasheet. Also available is the evaluation kit.
Complete miniature GSM/GPRS platform – Quectel M80 – [Link]
Dave show you how to solder a small 3 axis accelerometer LGA surface mount chip “dead bug” style onto a microcontroller prototyping board. This technique allows you to easily prototype projects using tiny SMD components designed only for reflow soldering.
Dead Bug Prototype Soldering – [Link]