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“How to”: Modular, Mobile IoT Hardware

The main purpose of this "how-to" article it is to guide you on how to make a convenient and elegant modular GSM or 3G hardware platform using an Arduino Pro Mini (and related) board, a j-328GSM3GLader Arduino Pro Mini adapter board and c-uGSM / d-u3G / h-nanoGSM modem shields. The purpose of a programmable GSM interface is to be able to communicate with electronics / hardware directly via the cellular network (SIM card required), without the need for a cell phone.
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