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Thursday, September 22, 2022

Telit FN980 5G series modules now certified for Verizon c-band spectrum #IoT


Irvine, Calif., 21 September 2022 – Telit, a global specialist in the Internet of Things (IoT), announces that the company’s FN980 5G module series FN980 and FN980m have received C-band certification from Verizon. Based on the new 3GPP Rel. 15 standard, the 5G modules enable bandwidth intensive IoT applications including high-definition (HD) surveillance video and digital signage to take advantage of Verizon’s 5G Ultra-Wideband network in the C-band 5G spectrum.

The FN980 and FN980m series enables 3GPP 5G deployment scenarios and features both sub-6 and mmWave (mmW) technologies. The series also includes non-standalone LTE-5G NR dual connectivity (EN-DC), dynamic spectrum sharing between LTE and 5G, and full 5G NR standalone mode. The industrial-grade design is ideal for mission-critical applications that require maximum reliability, including industrial routers and gateways, fixed wireless access (FWA), professional mobile high-resolution video broadcasting equipment and more. In addition to C-band, both modules support sub-6GHz FDD/TDD and LTE Category 20-7x carrier aggregation.

“Together with all these features and benefits, we are very excited to have our M.2 5G Mobile Broadband (MBB) modules the award-winning FN980 and FN980m certified for use on Verizon’s C-band,” says Jitender Vohra, senior director of carrier relations at Telit. “As we continue to lead the industry in technology evolution our FN980 series continues to expand the possibilities of network evolution to 5G and beyond.”

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September 22, 2022 at 11:47AM by Shriya Raban, Khareem Sudlow