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Raspberry Pi gets new 4G H-LTE which India already have

MechaTracks  a Japan based tech inc launched the first CAT4 4G LTE HAT for the Raspberry Pi3.

This enables 150Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speed structure.Raspberry pi on remote applications has been a area of interest for huge numbers as the IO pins helps out for various data processing collections.

With the previous versions of SIM support for Pi being just about 375kbps which was found on many counter parts. MechaTracks resolved in providing a new support to RPi and naming it as 4GPi.

Unfortunately, the cost of 4GPi sounds crazy as $222 but with competitors bugging around will make it ease of access in the coming days.

The 4GPi is built around a SIMCOM SIM7600JC-H LTE Cat4 module. This works with LTE groups 1, 3, 8, 18, 19, and 26, which are generally utilized in Europe, South America, and Japan, Korea, Thailand, India, Australia, and New Zealand. 

The 4GPi incorporates dual external antenna, and seems to coordinate a miniaturized scale USB port. It underpins any Raspberry Pi…