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2020/01/21 03:39:17 (permalink)
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Explorer 16/32 Development Kit - GSM

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I have an Explorer 16/32 Development Kit DM240001-3. I would like to experiment with GSM or similar. Which click boards, daughter board or similar would you recommend?
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    Re: Explorer 16/32 Development Kit - GSM 2020/01/21 04:21:47 (permalink)
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    As you didn't say much about your GSM experiments, I guess you could use any mikroe GSM click board. The choice will depend mainly on your requirements. 
    From mikroe GSM click boards page, hover on the image of a click board and click on compare to add it to the comparison list. Then you can compare them side by side and see which features you are interested in and also their limitation (frequency range supported in your country).
    You can also check the module manufacturer as some manufacturers have good documentations and sample codes on how to use their modules compared to others. 

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