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Post time 2020-7-6 13:27:15 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hello,

I want to use Orange Pi 4G IoT board in my Project for the USA Market. I have gone through the documentation but I did not get any information that whether this board is certified with any Cellular Carrier available in the USA or not? Can anybody provide information that whether I can use this board in the USA Market or not? If yes then please also provide Cellular Certification details with any Cellular Carrier Provider in the USA (if certification is taken).

Thanks in Advance...!!

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Post time 2020-7-6 13:36:55 | Show all posts
FCC Approved Module
In the US, using an FCC certified wireless module is an absolute requirement. Fortunately, most modules you’d be considering from major vendors (Simcom, Telit, Quectel, ZTE, Huawei, Neoway, etc) will already have FCC certification.

You can check for the FCC record on a given module by searching the fccid.io database. For instance, the Simcom SIM800C is an example of a widely available FCC certified cellular module.
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Narly9999 replied at 2020-7-6 13:36
FCC Approved Module
In the US, using an FCC certified wireless module is an absolute requirement. Fo ...

Thanks for the reply but I want details specific to Orange Pi 4G IoT board. If anyone has the details then please share.

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AkshayTet replied at 2020-7-6 01:12
Thanks for the reply but I want details specific to Orange Pi 4G IoT board. If anyone has the deta ...

MMM, Well,  From what I can see, it doesn't seem to be.
https://youtu.be/JIz1selkLp0
The FCC ID is not clearly marked on the device if it is. But the CMiit id is.  Which I was unable to find in the database.  8-/
I can't say it is and i can't say it isn't.  But maybe i can say, It doesn't look good.  Check your DM box

Have you been trying to get it to work on a network in the US?  You can call the carrier and ask them to run the imei number. They can list it to see if it's compliant.
How can I check my IMEI number?

How to Check Phone's IMEI Number Using USSD code
  • Dial *#06# on your phone.
  • The IMEI number will now be displayed on the screen. You should note it down somewhere safe or you can always take a screenshot.
Feb 13, 2017





T-Mobile has a imei checker on their web site.

https://www.t-mobile.com/resources/bring-your-own-phone


If you don't have a 4g iot, you could toss money at it and check it out. worse case, you end up with a small computer to turn into something else.  





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