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hhaneh

Hi,

Bascially I have been searching through the internet and i didn't really found an answer for what i want to searching for.

I want to deploy Arduino Mega to an open space (no wifi) and use 3G modem to send&receive the MQTT data to AWS.
Sorry that I'm new to this, that i why i'm asking this question, if i were wrong, the 3G modem can't send MQTT then what other methods should i use.

I have seen there are other industrial product that having 3G cellular modem  (eg: Maestro M100, http://www.maestro-wireless.com/portfolio-items/m100-3g/) attach to their controller and they are able to get the data to AWS. So i was wondering how can I do that ?

Regards,
CL


devivanix


Did you google for "arduino 3G mqtt"?

https://arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/13462/mqtt-client-on-arduino-sim900


should help answer some of your questions.


https://www.adafruit.com/category/281
https://www.itead.cc/itead-3g-shield.html

are some 3g  modules that can be used with arduino



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