Deep Dive Teardown of the Quectel CC660D-LS Wireless Module

Deep Dive Teardown of the Quectel CC660D-LS Wireless Module

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The Quectel CC660D-LS is mainly based on MediaTek’s MT6825A. The CC660D-LS module offers versatile connectivity options, including L-band, S-band, and Band 23 connections. In addition, the module supports 3GPP Release 17 IoT non-terrestrial network (IoT-NTN) connections. The CC660D-LS features Quectel Enhanced AT Commands, supports SIM/eSIM and offers embedded Internet service protocols, enabling low latency satellite connectivity via UART communication interface. The module has one antenna pin. The CC660D-LS is a 3GPP NTN (Non-Terrestrial Network) satellite communication module which supports 3GPP Rel-17 (loT-NTN) at L-band (B255) and S-band (B256/B23) frequencies for satellite communications. The module measures 17.81 × 15.88 × 1.96 mm. The cost of processors is $17.46 lower than average because the device only has a satellite baseband processor. Radio and Connectivity design are more complicated in similar types of devices, which is why the cost of that category is $14.53 lower than average.

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