Tiny 5G module boasts 4-antenna design

August 10, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Tiny 5G module boasts 4-antenna design
SIMCom has launched an ultra-small 5G module, designated SIM8202G-M2, that features a 4-antenna design to support NSA/SA networking and cover all frequency bands of major network carriers around the world.

SIM8202G-M2 is a small-size multi-band 5G module that adopts the standard M2 interface and its AT command set is compatible with SIM7912G and SIM8200X-M2 modules, which can minimize the investment cost and speed up the market launch for customers.

Compared with other 5G modules, SIM8202G-M2 adopts a new 4-antenna design, which effectively increases communication capacity, sends and receives data in an active manner, and maintains high data speed and stability.

Further, the size of SIM8202G-M2 is only 30- x 42-mm, which brings great benefits to design engineers. The highly integrated module boasts a denser component layout, smaller power line routing width, harder isolation and protection of the high-rate signal line, RF-sensitive line, clock signal and better controlled impedance routing.

The mobile features a large exposed copper area to facilitate heat dissipation. As the transmission rate of 5G modules is greatly increased, increases in power consumption by CPU, RF transceiver and RF PA all generate more heat in modules. To ensure the module can work stably for a long time, the design of SIM8202G-M2 takes full account of the layout of heating components, making sure the main components generating heat have sufficient holes to base. At the same time, a large exposed copper area is designed on the back of the module to facilitate the heat dissipation of the module by silica gel.

SIM8202G-M2 features high-speed transmission and low latency. It can be widely used in terminals for VR, AR, CPE, IoV, IIoT and 4K/8K HD video.


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