MKR GSM 1400
The Arduino MKR GSM 1400 is a great starting point for building IoT projects connected to GSM / 3G network. Whether you are looking at building a sensor network for agricultural projects, or for urban data collection, the MKR GSM 1400 is your go-to board for IoT projects when Wi-Fi is not available.
Enables GSM / 3G connectivity for the MKR GSM 1400 board.
The powerful, low-power processor that is used in all MKR Family boards.
The ECC508 crypto chip makes sure your data remains secure and private, and can store up to 16 keys in an EEPROM array.
Learn how to create a remote lock with the MKR GSM 1400, which can only be unlocked with a unique phone number.
Learn how to control LEDs connected to your board, by sending text messages from your phone.
Retrieve the location of your board using GPRS (General Packet Radio Service).
Place an outgoing voice call to a number of your choosing.
Learn how to use the MQTT protocol to send data over GSM (Global System for Mobile communication)
Record environmental data and send it over the GSM, using the MQTT protocol.
Learn how to setup your board to accept incoming voice calls.
Learn how to setup your board to print incoming text messages in the Serial Monitor.
Learn how to scan nearby GSM networks in your area, and print them out in the Serial Monitor.
Learn how to use the Serial Monitor to send text messages to different numbers.
Learn how to record data from the MKR ENV Shield, and setup an application that allows phones to retrieve data from it via SMS.
A list of examples related to the MKRGSM Library, which can be used to make voice calls, send SMS and connect to website with a data enabled SIM card.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to connect your Arduino MKR GSM 1400 board securely to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) IoT Core.