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Topic: Cellular shield sm5100b from sparkfun versus GSM shield from farnell (Read 2407 times) previous topic - next topic

ambi

Hi,

I am looking for a arduino shield to connect internet via sim and found the following two products. Any recommendation which one will be better? I will be using them in United Kingdom using arduino UNO.

Can someone pin point the key difference between these two and

ARDUINO - A000043 - SHIELD, ARDUINO, GSM, INTEGRATED ANTENNA
http://uk.farnell.com/arduino/a000043/shield-arduino-gsm-integrated-antenna/dp/2305925

Cellular Shield with SM5100B
http://proto-pic.co.uk/cellular-shield-with-sm5100b/

Thanks,
Ambi.

davidgoth

The Arduino A000043 (your first link) is the official Arduino GSM Shield, developed by Arduino Team and Telefonica I+D.

Telefonica has a brand in the UK: O2, and the shield includes a machine-to-machine SIM to use with O2 & other Telefonica brands coverage in any country of the world.

mcalles

There is a new project on Kickstarter that might be of interest to you. Hope that helps.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sparqee/sparqee-cellv10-cellular-made-easy-arduino-pi?ref=live

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