MKR NB 1500
The Arduino MKR NB 1500 adds Narrowband communication to your projects. It can communicate over NB-IoT and LTE-M networks, and is excellent to use for low-power projects in remote areas. The MKR NB 1500 is also compatible with the Arduino IoT Cloud, making it easy to access wherever you are in the world.
This module can communicate over the LTE-M, NB-IoT and EGPRS networks. It is possible to send and receive SMS, and supports several protocols for sending data over the Internet, including TCP, UDP and HTTPS.
NB-IoT and LTE-M coverage includes many regions, such as Europe, North & South America and large parts of Asia.
The powerful, low-power processor that is used in all MKR Family boards.
The ECC508 crypto chip makes sure your data remains secure and private, and can store up to 16 keys in an EEPROM array.
A series of examples related to the MKRNB Library, which can be used to send data over the LTE Cat M1/NB1 bands, make voice calls, and sending SMS, using a enabled SIM card.
Learn how to turn ON or OFF an LED by sending an SMS from your phone.
Learn how to setup your board to print incoming text messages in the Serial Monitor.
Learn how to scan nearby NB-IoT / CAT-M1 networks in your area, and print them out in the Serial Monitor.
Learn how to use the Serial Monitor to send text messages to different numbers.
Learn how to make a request to a web server over the NB-IoT / CAT-M1 network.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to connect your Arduino MKR NB 1500 board securely to Microsoft Azure IoT Hub.
Learn how to choose between different configurations (NB-IoT and CAT-M1) and save the changes on the modem.