Connecting arduino to the 4G network

Hello everyone,

I'm working on a device that needs to connect to the internet and place a HTTP get/pot requests.

I have seen many topics regarding using the GSM module but as you know the world now is moving away from the 2G technology and up to my understanding the GSM works with the 2G only. Anyway i went and made a research about modules that support 4G and i found the SIM7000 but the thing this module only supports LTE CAT-M/NB-IoT which is still limited in my country now (Malaysia).

So i need suggestions on Modules/shields that can be connected to arduino to allow traditional LTE functionality (4G), Also it would be a big help if you can briefly tell me your thoughts regarding this idea.

This is a part of a project for my masters studies and i'm from a mechanical engineering background and i don't have any experiance in networking, so i really need some help in this little part of my project.

I know of the SIM7600CE-T 4G(LTE) Shield for Arduino
Here is the product's wiki
See if that will do

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This will work in Malaysia, i checked the frequency over here.

I need to study the documents to see how can i code this, thank you for your suggestion !!

Btw though, do you have any link to an example or tutorial on connecting to the internet specifically HTTP application using this module or any other module, I guess they all be using the same AT commands to establish a connection right?

Glad that will work. I have no idea how to use it but I imagine it is somewhat similar for most 4g modules.

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