Italian wireless module firm Telit said its 5G data card FN980 has secured approval from various countries.
It has received the KC certification from the Korea Communication Commission. It has also received approval from the FCC, PTCRB, RED, GCF, JRL, JTBL and other authorities globally.
FN980 is based on Qualcomm’s X55 5G modem. It supports sub-6GHz spectrum as well as standalone and non-standalone networks. For 4G LTE, it supports up to Cat 20 and 7 carrier aggregation as well as 256 QAM.
"When device OEMs and system integrators want the fastest possible time to market without sacrificing performance, they turn to Telit," said Marco Contento, vice president of 5G Technologies at Telit, in a statement. "Our deep knowledge of the cellular ecosystem unique requirements enables pre-certification, eliminating the time and expense of going through that process themselves. These certifications provide additional peace of mind that devices featuring the next-gen Telit FN980 series will meet the high bar set by key regulators and mobile operators worldwide."