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What's the Difference Between Cat-M1 and NB-IoT?

BY Michelle Telstra 20 August 2020

Here’s what our previous CFO said which is good: https://exchange.telstra.com.au/telstra-launches-narrowband-capability-as-the-internet-of-things-arrives/

Cat M1 is well suited to applications with data in the 100s of kilobits per second with extended range and long battery life, such as personal health monitors or devices used to measure vehicle performance.

 

Narrowband is better suited to applications sending even smaller amounts of data and operating with an even longer battery life, such as moisture sensors or livestock tracking devices.

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