LTE CAT 6 und folgend: Gerätekategorien für LTE-Advanced. 3GPP Release 10 und 11 erweitern die Geräteklassen um die Kategorien 6 bis 10. Möglich sind z.B. MIMO 4x4 und theoretisch sogar 8x8. Die maximale Frequenzbandbreite beträgt bei LTE-Advanced 100 MHz, statt nur 20 MHz. Und zwar dank der sogenannten Carrier Aggregation. Durch diese und zahlreiche weitere Verbesserungen, können die enormen Speedwerte erreicht werden. Nach der IFA 2014 kamen zaghaft erste Geräte in den Handel. LTE Cat 1 is the initial release of LTE or Long term Evolution, a 3GPP specification similar to 3G in its use of UMTS/HSPA. It is downward compatible to GSM GPRS/EDGE; LTE Cat 1 uses a different radio interface promoting network improvements. It is the upgrade path from 3G for UMTS and CDMA2000 The LE910S1-EA LTE Cat 1 module is 3GPP Rel 9 compliant and offers superior single-antenna radio performance for low-cost, compact devices. This module supports 2G fallback for coverage in remote areas where LTE is not rolled out and circuit-switched voice in the absence of VoLTE LTE Cat 1, sometimes also refers as 4G Cat 1, is specifically designed for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) IoT applications. The technology was initially introduced in 3GPP Release 8 in2009 and has become standardized LTE IoT communication technology since then
LTE-Cat-M1 - Long-Term Evolution for Machines (LTE-M) LTE for Machines, kurz LTE-M bzw. LTE-Cat-M1, ist auch bekannt unter der Bezeichnung Enhanced Machine-type Communications, kurz eMTC. Es handelt sich um einen ergänzenden Standard der 3GPP (Release 13) für LTE. Damit kann ein LTE-Netzbetreiber sein Mobilfunknetz für die typischen Anwendungen im Internet der Dinge (Internet of Things, IoT) ausrüsten Category information is used to allow the eNB to communicate effectively with all the UEs connected to it. The ue-Category defines a combined uplink and downlink capability as specified in 3GPP TS36.306. DL-SCH = Downlink shared channel. UL-SCH = Uplink shared channel. TTI = Transmission Time Interval
Networks on LTE bands 1, 3 (LTE-FDD) are suitable for roaming in ITU Regions 1, 3 and partially Region 2 (e.g. Costa Rica, Venezuela, Brazil and some Caribbean countries or territories. Networks on LTE band 20 (LTE-FDD) are suitable for roaming in ITU Region 1 only. Networks on LTE band 5 (LTE-FDD) are suitable for roaming in ITU Regions 2 and 3 The presentation helps to explain and summarise the major features - eMTC, NB-IOT and EC-GSM-IoT - completed in 3GPP Release 13. However, the main part of the presentation covered the enhancements that will be published in Release-14, which is due for completion by June 2017. eMTC enhancements (aka. LTE Cat M1); Support for positionin Three low power wide area network (WAN) solutions operating in licensed spectrum bands - Extended Coverage GSM for Internet of Things (EC-GSM-IoT), Long Term Evolution Machine Type Communications Category M1 (LTE MTC Cat M1, also referred to as LTE-M) and Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) - have emerged to address the diverse requirements of the IoT market Narrowband Internet of Things is a Low Power Wide Area Network radio technology standard developed by 3GPP to enable a wide range of cellular devices and services. The specification was frozen in 3GPP Release 13, in June 2016. Other 3GPP IoT technologies include eMTC and EC-GSM-IoT. NB-IoT focuses specifically on indoor coverage, low cost, long battery life, and high connection density. NB-IoT uses a subset of the LTE standard, but limits the bandwidth to a single narrow-band of. CableFree LTE Categories in 3GPP Release 12: up to UE Category 14 From this it can be seen that the peak downlink data rate for a Category 5 UE using 4×4 MIMO is approximately 300 Mbps, and 150 Mbps for a Category 4 UE using 2×2 MIMO
Um es allen recht zu machen, hat das 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) nun kürzlich die Begriffe LTE Cat M1 und LTE Cat NB1 definiert. LTE Cat M1 und LTE Cat NB1 sind Erweiterungen des bestehenden LTE-Standards. Sogar die Modulationsarten sind gleich LTE FDD Cat.1. 3GPP release 10 compliant; Rx Diversity and MIMO DL 2x2; Single Rx option; VoLTE support; SMS over IMS; Built in UDP/TCP/FTP/SMTP stack; Pv4/IPv6 stack; Control via AT commands according to 3GPP; TS 27.005, 27.007 and Telit Custom AT commands; SIM application Tool Kit 3GPP TS 51.014; OMA-DM Telit Software Managemen Cat-M1, also known as LTE-M, is also a low-cost LPWAN technology developed by 3GPP as part of Release 13 of the LTE standard. It is a complementary technology to NB-IoT, it's faster with 1Mbps upload and download speeds and a lower latency of 10 to 15 milliseconds
LTE-Cat-NB1 ist eine Spezifikation der 3GPP und wird auch unter den Namen NarrowBand-IoT (NB-IoT) und NB-LTE geführt. Die LTE-Netzbetreiber können mit LTE-Cat-NB1 ihre Mobilfunknetze für die typischen Anwendungen im Internet der Dinge (Internet of Things, IoT) optimieren. Eine der Anforderung für ein IoT-Funknetzwerk ist eine sehr gute Netzabdeckung. Sowohl Indoor als auch Outdoor. Mit GSM. LTE Category 1 standard was introduced in the 3GPP Release 8 as an introduction to machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. Despite its name, it is the predecessor protocol of the LTE Category 0. It has been available for some time, and since it has become standardized, it has provided the first IoT specific variant of LTE C10SS is an LTE CAT 1 Smart Cellular Module based on 3GPP Release 13 with an optional eSIM. The optional eSIM coupled with Cavli Hubble global IoT connectivity ensures the module can be deployed across the globe. Cavli Advantage. Integrated eSIM and global connectivity through Cavli Hubbl
The B523 is built on LTE-CAT 1, a globally available and mature LTE technology designed specifically for IoT devices with 50% the power consumption of 3G 1 Introduction and Scope Release 13 LTE-M was specified during the 3GPP eMTC work item  which was completed in March 2016 and defined one new user equipment (UE) category - Category-M1. Although coverage analyses were conducted during this work, 3GPP has not assessed to what exten Calliope 2 is a 5G-compliant single-chip LTE Cat 1 solution compliant with the 3GPP Release 15 massive IoT standard, built on five years of Sequans' exclusive and field proven experience with first generation Calliope, which is and has been the industry's leading LTE Cat 1 chip for IoT chip since its introduction in 2015
LTE Advanced mit Cat 6, 9,12 und 16. Bei einer Übertragungsrate von bis zu 300 Mbit/s spricht man von LTE Advanced. Der 4G-Mobilfunkstandard ermöglicht bis zu 1 Gbit/s, danach kommt bereits 5G. Die Telekom startete im November 2014 als erster deutscher Netzbetreiber mit bis zu 300 Mbit/s und so Kategorie 6. Es dauerte nicht lange, bis 2015. This site is 3GPP working area. Log in to access full features. For general information go to the public site www.3gpp.org. Search form (Releases(1)) Items per page. select: Title/Specification number: Series: select: Type: Technical Specification (TS) Technical Report (TR) Release: select: Publication: Internal For Publication: Technology: 2G 3G LTE 5G: Status: Draft Under change control. LTE Cat 1 LTE Cat 0 LTE Cat M1 NB-IoT; 3GPP Release [info] Release 8: Release 12: Release 13: Release 13: Downlink Spitzenwert: 10 Mbps: 1 Mbps: 1 Mbps: 150 kbps: Uplink Spitzenwert: 5 Mbps: 1 Mbps: 1 Mbps: 150 kbps: Empfängerbandbreite des Endgeräts: 20 MHz: 20 MHz: 1,4 MHz: 200 kHz: Max. Sendeleistung des Endgeräts: 23 dBm: 23 dBm: 23 oder 20 dBm : 23 oder 20 dBm: Duplexmodus: Vollduplex. LTE frequency band 36.101 (Rel 17 Mar 2021) Display All FDD TDD SDL DL Increasing DL Decreasing UL Increasing UL Decreasing 1.4 MHz 3 MHz 5 MHz 10 MHz 15 MHz 20 MHz Earfc LTE Machine Type Communication Category M1 [LTE CAT M (or M1)] is a 3GPP Low Power Wide Area Network most suitable for IoT devices that need low data rates, deep coverage, low-cost, and, most.
3GPP TS 36.101 version 14.3.0 Release 14 1 ETSI TS 136 101 V14.3.0 (2017-04) Reference RTS/TSGR-0436101ve30 Keywords LTE ETSI 650 Route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCE Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16 Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 C Association à but non lucratif enregistrée à l Learn about LTE Cat 1's specifications and how you can use it in designs. The high-speed cellular communication standard, long term evolution (LTE)—commonly called 4G or Cat 4—has continued to advance with technology enhancements since first being proposed by NTT DoCoMo in 2004. Developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project, 3GPP, the roadmap for high-bandwidth communications is. LTE (FDD) 3GPP Rel. 9+ Regional ariants:V ELS31-V/-VA (Verizon, USA): LTE Cat-1 Bands 4,13 (1700/2100 AWS, 700 MHz) ELS31-J/-JK (NTT DoCoMo and KDDI): LTE Cat-1) Bands 1,18,19 (2100, 800, 850 MHz) SIM Application Toolkit, Rel. 99 Control via AT commands (Hayes, 3GPP TS 27.007 and 27.005) Full Thales M2M AT command set and service LTE Cat 6 Is The Future 3GPP has a history of creating wireless standards long before they can be used. In fact, the first LTE standard was supported only by specific wireless routers at its inception in 2007 - cellphones complex enough to use the first LTE standards didn't come into being until about 2013. So while LTE Cat 6 adoption is slow in the United States, its certainly the future. .4 MHz bandwidth with higher device complexity/cost than NB-IoT. The wider bandwidth allows Cat-M1 to achieve greater data rates (up to 1 Mbps), lower latency and more accurate device positioning capabilities. Cat-M1 supports voice calls and connected mode mobility. As an example: If you need a mnemonic device to keep them straight, the M in Cat-M1.
3GPP TS36.104) describe a variety of requirements that the end equipment needs to meet. This application note provides insight into some of these specifications and how test & measurement equipment can simplify the task of deriving requirements for RF sub-systems. Note d 0 4 - 1_ 1 E. Table of Contents 04.2013 - 1MA221_1E Rohde & Schwarz LTE System Specifications and their Impact on RF. In case of 200 Khz (NB Cat M), there should be even more modification in terms of protocol because it is only 1RB and 1 RB System BW has never been tried before in LTE. The overall feature of NB IoT is now outlined in 3GPP RP-151621 as follows Calliope 2 is 5G-ready, compliant with the 3GPP Release 15 massive IoT standard. Its user application software and interfaces are compatible with Sequans' Monarch 2 LTE-M/NB-IoT platform, allowing easy migration among Cat 1, LTE-M, and NB-IoT massive IoT technologies. Cat 1 networks are today available worldwide, enabling Calliope 2 to support any IoT application or device, even in those.
Cat M1 ist dem ursprünglichen LTE sehr viel ähnlicher; so wird die Mindestbandbreite vom ursprünglichen 3gpp Release 8 (LTE) von 1,4 MHz beibehalten. Damit einher geht aber eine gewisse Komplexität in der Implementierung; sowie Stromverbrauch. Cat NB1 bricht allerdings mit Release 8. Weniger als 1,4 MHz waren nie für LTE spezifiziert - NB. LTE CAT-M is part of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) LTE Release 13 Advanced Pro standard and is intended for narrowband LTE applications such as mobile healthcare applications and wearables that require a low power network with widespread coverage, such as support for user identity confidentiality, entity authentication, confidentiality, data integrity, and mobile equipment.
3GPP defined 4G LTE in 2012 with Release 8. It was then improved in subsequent releases, adding higher throughput and more features. Release 13 (2016) added two new flavors specifically defined to address IoT: Category M (LTE-M) and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT, category NB). The former operates in regular LTE deployments, using the smallest possible. LTE Cat M1 and NB-IoT are both versions of LTE developed by the 3GPP. However, Cat M1 is easy to implement on the existing network and is already being rolled out nationwide. NB-IoT is going to entail a somewhat more involved process, and its degree of availability won't be known for a while. One of the clearest differences will be respective bandwidth. Cat M1 offers a data rate of at least.
3GPP Release topics. 3GPP Phase 1 reflected the first introduction of GSM. Work on GSM was the main focus through until Release 98. 3GPP Release 99 was the first release of the UMTS / WCDMA standard, and work on this proceeded with the introduction of HSDPA, the HSUPA to form HSPA. 3GPP Release 8 saw the first introduction of LTE and this was steadily updated with enhancements of LTE with LTE. 07.01.2020 - 20:04. Quectel Wireless Solutions Co., Ltd. Quectel stellt All-in-One LTE Cat 1 Module auf der CES 2020 vo • LTE CAT.1: u-blox-LARA-R2xx-Baureihe LTE CAT.1 Modul, weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der Produktseite der u-blox-LARA-R2-Baureihe. • Grove Port: 2 Grove-I2C-/Digitalanschluss, verbunden mit SDA_RPI, SCL_RPI, kann als I 2 C- oder GPIO-Anschluss verwendet werden. • Schaltanlage: Spannung von Control-Grove-Anschluss von 5 V oder 3,3 V • USB-Schnittstelle: Kann verwendet werden, um. The BG600L-M3 is a multi-mode LPWA module which supports LTE Cat M1/Cat NB2/EGPRS and integrated GNSS, and which meets the 3GPP Release 14 specification. It is compatible with Quectel's GSM/GPRS/GNSS module MC60, providing customers with a convenient solution for network migration. The BG600L-M3 achieves maximum downlink rates of 588Kbps and uplink rates of 1119Kbps under LTE Cat M1. The.
Sequans Communications announced that its second-generation LTE Cat 1 chip platform, Calliope 2, will soon be sampling. Calliope 2 is designed for the cost-effective support of IoT applications. LTE Category M is part of the LTE specification and has been designed to offer a low power solution with a low data rate which is ideal for IoT solutions. The specification was introduced in 2016 and is scheduled for 3GPP release 13. Part of the 5G specification includes enhanced machine type communication (eMTC) which will link to the NB IoT and category M LTE standards and form the basis for. LTE FDD Cat.1, 3GPP release 9 compliant. Rx Diversity and MIMO DL 2x2. SIM application Tool Kit 3GPP TS 51.014. Serial port multiplexer 3GPP TS27.010. SMS over IMS. Built in UDP/TCP/FTP/SMTP stack. Control via AT commands according to 3GPP TS 27.005, 27.007 and Telit Custom AT commands. VoLTE . Documents Back to top. Telit LEPCIC1N502T7A6000 Data Brief. Telit Data Brief. Telit. LTE-U LTE cat. M0 802.11p Z-Wave non 3GPP IoT connectivity licensed LAA LTE Cat NB1 (past: cat M2) Weightless -P LoRa Dash7 RPMA N-Wave 802.11ah 802.11af LPWA Weightless - P/W/N Thread licensed unlicensed unlicensed. Cellular IoT Connectivity Solutions NB-IOT (Rel 13) Clean Slate Cellular IoT CIoT (NB-CIoT) NB-LTE 200kHz LTE-M 1.4MHz EC-GPRS/GSM 5G IoT LTE track GSM track •New radio, new. 3GPP release 8/9 UE can have 5 different categories, Category 1 support minimum set of functionality while category 5 UE has maximum data rate and supports full set of features. In release 10 features such as carrier aggregation and uplink spatial multiplexing are added. So from release 10 three new UE categories are added. and the maximum number of component carriers and degree of spatial multiplexing supported, both in uplink and downlink, are signalled separately from the.
Implementation of 3GPP LTE Cat-M1 Technology in NS-3: System Simulation and Performance Abstract: As the type of transmitted data over communication networks started to shift from the human-generated to massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTCs), entirely new applications within the Internet of Things (IoT) market emerged Independent of a specific technology component added, 3GPP used the UE category concept since the initial specification of the LTE technology. From LTE specified in Release 8 up to Release 11 a single UE category describes an overall capability while only partly referring to single technology components in each 3GPP Release (see Table 2-1). On top of this basic categorization additional parameter signaling is used t MTC - UE Cat 0 introduced, D2D communication; eMBMS enhancements. 3GPP Rel 13: Q1 2016: LTE-U / LTE-LAA, LTE-M; Elevation beamforming / Full Dimension MIMO; Indoor positioning; LTE-M Cat 1.4 MHz and Cat 200 KHz introduced; 3GPP Rel 14: Schedule for 2017: Energy Efficiency, Location Services (LCS) Mission Critical Data and Video over LTE
LTE- Advanced (3GPP Rel.11) Technology Introduction White Paper The LTE technology as specified within 3GPP Release 8 was first commercially deployed by end 2009. Since then the number of commercial networks is strongly increasing around the globe. LTE has become the fastest developing mobile system technology. As other cellular technologie A single TTI corresponds to the 1 ms subframe duration. Max downlink throughput specified for release 8 and 9 versions of 3GPP specifications is 300 Mbps. It is applicable when transferring 2 transport blocks per subframe on a single RF carrier. Max downlink throughput specified for release 10 version of 3GPP specifications is 3 Gbps. It is applicable when transferring 10 transport blocks per subframe across 5 Component Carriers 3GPP Release 8 saw the first introduction of LTE and this was steadily updated with enhancements of LTE with LTE-A and improvements to many areas. Moving on, 3GPP Release 14, Release 15, and Release 16 will include the 5G technologies. Initially 3GPP Release 14 will include elements that build towards 5G, the next two including the actual specifications for it LTE UE category | UE category in LTE cat-1, 2, 3, 4, 5. This page covers LTE UE category including PHY layer parameters. It covers UE category in LTE viz. cat-1, cat-2, cat-3, cat-4 and cat-5. The LTE UE downlink and uplink PHY layer parameters such as buffer sizes, modulation type, data rate (Mbps), MIMO, max. MCH bits, DL-SCH transport block size etc. are mentioned for different LTE UE categories in the table below
3GPP TS 36.101 version 13.4.0 Release 13 1 ETSI TS 136 101 V13.4.0 (2016-09) Reference RTS/TSGR-0436101vd40 Keywords LTE ETSI 650 Route des Lucioles F-06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - FRANCE Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16 Siret N° 348 623 562 00017 - NAF 742 C Association à but non lucratif enregistrée à l 3GPP LTE TDD BTS Measurement (TS36.141 v8.2.0) Slide 2 MG3700A/MS269xA-E-F-3 MS269xA Signal Analyzer MX269020A LTE Downlink Meas. Software MG3700A Vector Signal Generator MX370108A LTE IQproducer MX370104A Multi-Carrier IQproducer Memory A Wanted Recommended Configuration wave Memory B Interference wave 6.2 Base station output power OK 6.3.1 RE Power control dynamic range 6.3.2 Total power. D&R provides a directory of 3gpp 4g lte release 13 cat m cat m1 ue modem layer 1 i The LE910 series of Cat. 1 modules are optimized for LTE low category networks and are available in single mode and 3G/2G fallback options. In addition to VoLTE support, the LE910Cat.1 series are swappable with other modules in the xE910 family. Telit LE910EU1004T001000, LTE Cat. 1, Europe, B1 2100/B3 is available at Symmetry Electronics
Cat 1 networks are today available worldwide, enabling Calliope 2 to support any IoT application or device, even in those regions where LTE-M is not yet available. Calliope 2 Feature Highlights. 3GPP Release 15; Up to 10 Mbps DL, and 5 Mbps UL; Interfaces include USB 2.0, 4xHS-UART, SPI, PCM/I2 3GPP LTE-M Standard. 1. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 1 The Internet of Things #StartswithSierra 3GPP LTE-M Standard LPWAN Paris '17 Conference March 21-23 2017 Nicolas Damour Senior Manager, Business and Innovation CTO Office, Sierra Wireless. 2. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 2 Sierra Wireless - Introduction IoT Hardware IoT PlatformIoT Connectivity Connected. Figure 1: LTE Cat M1 has the potential to help shape the IoT across all sectors, including healthcare. (Source: u-blox) The technologies introduced include enhancements to eMTC, also known as LTE Cat M1, which supports low to medium data rates and over-the-air firmware updates. It also includes modes that improve indoor coverage, as well as. Overview eMTC (enhanced Machine Type Communication) is a type of LTE-M network published by 3GPP in the Release 13 specification. eMTC is a low power wide area technology which supports IoT through lower device complexity and provides extended coverage, leveraging a mobile carriers existing LTE base stations. eMTC finds its place as a (comparatively) high data rate service for more data-hungry IoT applications. eMTC is simply an amendment to the existing LTE-M standard, with Release 13. According to 3GPP, the MCL for CAT-M1 is 155.7 dB while NB-IoT is 164 dB - an extraordinary difference of more than 8 dB. On the surface, this would indicate a significant advantage for NB-IoT's performance. Yet, this comes as a surprise because according to the Shannon Theory, low SNR approximation capacity is independent of bandwidth if the noise is white
Some of the key advantages Cat 1 offers include: 1. Network construction Deployments of global 4G LTE carriers are all based on the minimal 3GPP Release 8 protocol, so SIMCom LTE Cat.1can seamlessly connect to existing LTE networks, the cost of network coverage is very low. 2. Reduce Cost Cat-1. Cat-1 is the only fully-available cellular IoT option at the moment and represents an early push towards connecting IoT devices using existing LTE networks. While the performance is inferior to 3G networks, it's an excellent option for IoT applications that require a browser interface or voice. The major attraction is that it's already standardized, and more importantly, it's simple to transition into the Cat-1 network. Experts predict that as 3G technology sunsets, Cat-1. LTE Cat 1 Pi HAT. Seeed's LTE CAT.1 Pi HAT is an open sourcecellular extension modem for Raspberry Pi, based on u-blox LARA-R2xx series. Itcompatible with Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+ and later versions. LTE CAT.1 Pi HAT is designed for LTE Category 1 networks and with 2G fallback(EU version only). Embedding common protocols, like TCP/UDP, HTTP 3GPP LTE objectives • Scalable bandwidth: 1.25, 2.5, 5, 10, (15), 20MHz • Peak data rate (scaling linearly with the spectrum allocation) • DL (2 Rx @ UE): 100Mb/s for 20MHz spectrum allocation • UL (1 Tx @ UE): 50Mb/s for 20MHz spectrum allocation • Spectrum efficiency • DL: 3-4 times HSDPA for MIMO (2,2) • UL: 2-3 times HSUPA for MIMO(1,2 Cat 1 networks are available worldwide, enabling Calliope 2 to support any IoT application or device, even in those regions where LTE-M is not yet available
Long Term Evolution for Machines (LTE-M), also called LTE Cat-M1, Cat-M, or eMTC, is another 3GPP-defined LPWA standard. Like NB-IoT, it serves as an extension of the current LTE standard, but it can transmit higher data rates than NB-IoT. While LTE-M requires significantly more spectrum bandwidth, and LTE-M radio modules are typically mor 3GPP cellular IoT connectivity LTE Cat M1 (now:eMTC past: LTE-M) EC-GSM (EC-EGPRS) GPRS SIGFOX ABB WSAN (WISA) Siemens IWLAN industrial bluetooth (802.15.4) Wireless HART Telensa Wi-SUN ISA 100.11a LTE-U LTE cat. M0 802.11p Z-Wave non 3GPP IoT connectivity licensed LAA LTE Cat NB1 (past: cat M2) Weightless -P LoRa Dash7 RPMA N-Wave 802.11ah 802.11af LPWA Weightless - P/W/N Threa The latest generation of IoT-optimized wireless technology, LTE-M, short for LTE Cat. M1 follows Cat. 1 and takes network efficiency and simplicity to a whole new level. In other words, LTE-M connects simple devices that transmit low volumes of data over long periods and with the benefits of low power consumption (extended battery life), low latency (more use cases), and better penetration of. LTE-M, a machine-focused variant of the 3GPP LTE standard, is designed to meet the high-coverage, low-cost, and low-power consumption requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT). In January 2017, a group of more than a dozen industry players evaluated LTE-M's coverage performance, and published a white paper which concludes that LTE-M supports the very deep coverage required for IoT. Power Optimization using LTE CAT-M. With an increase in the number of battery-operated IoT devices, optimizing the power consumed by each component has become crucial. LTE is currently one of the most popular LPWAN technologies used in IoT devices. After the 3GPP-Release13 in 2015, it was widely deployed in many countries. LTE CAT-M1, with uplink and downlink speeds of 375 kb/s is chiefly.