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LTE evaluation kits

EVK‑L10‑L10M is an older generation product. For new designs see:
LTE evaluation kits


  • u‑blox 4G LTE wireless technology
  • Easy to use
  • Simple access to:
    • pins and features of the TOBY‑L100 module
    • features of the MPCI‑L100 module
  • Extensive visualization and evaluation features
  • 1 USB port

    Product variants


    u-blox 4G LTE evaluation kit with embedded GNSS receiver, supports TOBY-L100 (Verizon, USA)


    u-blox 4G LTE evaluation kit with embedded GNSS receiver, supports MPCI-L100 (Verizon, USA)

    The EVK‑L10/L10M evaluation kits provide a simple, flexible and ready‑to‑use environment for evaluating u‑blox’ TOBY‑L1 or MPCI‑L1 LTE wireless modules, as well as for designing and testing of wireless and GNSS applications. The kits are very userfriendly, providing a USB interface for development, testing and tracing. The kit comes with a built‑in u‑blox GNSS receiver module, giving designers the flexibility to test either the LTE or the GNSS functionality. The kits are to be used with a Windows PC via USB interface, and require an activated SIM card (not included). USB drivers can be downloaded from u‑blox website.

    • Evaluation board with TOBY‑L100 4G LTE module and u‑blox GNSS module
    • The EVK‑L10M board also has an MPCI connector
    • USB cable
    • 2 cellular LTE antennas
    • GPS/GLONASS antenna
    • Power adapter

    u‑blox cellular adapter boards are designed to be used with any u‑blox EVK‑C2, EVK‑D2, EVK‑G2, EVK‑U2, EVK‑L1, or EVK‑L2 cellular evaluation kit. Adapter boards are interchangeable, and allow customers to evaluate other u‑blox cellular technologies (GSM, CDMA, UMTS/HSPA, or LTE) with only one full evaluation kit and the appropriate adapter board(s). Evaluation kits include m‑center and u‑center: u‑blox’ interactive evaluation tools for configuration, testing, visualization and data analysis of cellular and GNSS receivers. These powerful and easy‑to‑use tools provide useful assistance during all phases of a system integration project.