2020-08-04: The content of this guide is now covered in the documentation on Infocenter. For the most up-to-date Getting started guide with nRF9160 DK please follow this link.
2020-03-09: Updated tutorial to support nRF Connect SDK (NCS) v1.2.0 (Screenshots may not be updated with the latest version number but the text is)
2019-07-31: Updated tutorial to support nRF Connect SDK (NCS) v1.0.0
2019-05-21: Updated tutorial to cover the changes in the nRF Connect SDK
Update - I tried with an older 0.7.0 build board (M4 based?) and was able to connect to Bell's network. Bands 1-5,8,12-14,17-20,24-28.66 are listed in "LTE Link Monitor". Definitely something…
Unfortunately, I don't have a mac to try this latest version (v4.16) of SES on. In previous versions, the option has been there as you can see from this user's post: https://devzone.nordicsemi…
This is pretty cool, thanks for sharing.
It might work but you should not. Your cell phone SIM is a higher LTE category SIM which most likely will not connect to LTE Cat-M1 or NB-IoT networks. You should use the SIM includes with the DK or Thingy:91 (from iBasis) or a SIM from a MNO or MVNO designed to connect to NB-IoT and/or LTE Cat-M1 networks.
can I use LTE SIM card used with Samsung S9,, to nRF9160 DK board??
It looks like you have an open DevZone ticket here, please continue the conversation with our team there.
I send to AT+CFUN,but terminal display to AC+CFUN=1,error.why？
Thanks for sharing. Very useful article.