nRF9160 DK 開發套件

LTE-M、NB-IoT、GPS和低功耗藍牙蜂巢式物聯網開發套件

nRF9160 DK是一款高性價比已認證單板開發套件,用於評測和開發面向LTE-M和NB-IoT應用的nRF9160 SiP。內部還包含一個用於建構低功耗藍牙閘道器的nRF52840板載控制器。

nRF9160 DK具有支援多個頻段的專用LTE-M和NB-IoT天線,可在全球範圍使用。到目前為止,LTE頻段B1、B2、B3、B4、B5、B8、B12、B13、B14、B17、B18、B19、B20、B25、B26、B28 和 B66已獲得認證。詳情請參閱本頁面

這款開發套件的板上有一個整合式GPS貼片天線和一個用於低功耗藍牙的2.4 GHz天線。 提供SWF RF連接器以配合LTE天線 和2.4 GHz天線的連接。還提供一個連接器用來連接外部GPS天線。

可透過連接器連接所有GPIO和介面(SPI/TWI/UART)。本套件與Arduino Uno Rev3 相容,這意味著它可以容易與外部裝置擴展套件板(shield)連接。

可程式設計的LED(4)、按鈕(2)和開關(2)可以很容易地提供輸入並獲得輸出。nRF9160 DK內建4FF SIM卡和MFF2 SIM卡插槽,以支援插卡式和焊接的(e)SIM卡。它預裝了含10 MB數據流量的iBasis eSIM卡。

透過Segger J-Link OB進行程式設計和除錯,它還支援外部裝置除錯。nRF9160 DK備有一整套開發軟體和工具支援,可免費下載並用於商業用途。

nRF Connect SDK包含開始開發工作所需要的一切,包括應用層協定、範例、週邊設備驅動等等。本套件可以很容易地連接到我們的雲解決方案——nRF Cloud。nRF Link Monitor工具位於nRF Connect for Desktop中,它提供了一個AT命令介面,讓您能夠測試您的連線,並提取有關網路的資訊。

nRF9160 SiP和nRF9160開發套件現已量產,適用於完全點到點感測器到雲端開發。我們仍在開發新功能及最佳化效能。

關於認證、LTE頻段和安全支援的詳細資訊,請參見nRF9160認證頁面

Download PDF下載nRF9160 DK產品簡介[PDF]
Download PDF下載nRF9160 DK產品簡介簡體中文版[PDF]

 

 
Key features
  • Global LTE-M/NB-IoT antenna
  • GNSS antenna
  • Arduino Uno form factor
  • Supports Bluetooth LE
  • 4 LEDs user-programmable
  • 2 buttons user-programmable
  • 2 switches user-programmable
  • SEGGER J-Link OB Debugger with debug out support
  • UART interface through VCOM port
  • USB connection for debug/programming and power
  • Bundled with an eSIM card from iBasis preloaded with 10 MB 

nRF9160 DK application and modem firmware

Selected version
2023-10-26_1fae141f [Latest version]

Changelog:

2023-10-26_1fae141f [Latest version]

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.5.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.5

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2023-06-01_0677b099

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.4.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.4

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2023-03-02_8f26142b

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.3.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.4
  • Added Modem shell and Serial LTE Modem FW with modem trace enabled
  • Added nRF52 board controller firmware

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2022_12_08_188a1603

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.2.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.3

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2022-09-15_7a358cb7

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.1.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.2

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2022-06-02_880c82db

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 2.0.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.2

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2022-02-17_ec486dab

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 1.9.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.1
  • Added Modem Shell application
  • Removed Asset Tracker application (deprecated)

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2021-12-15_cfedfdfa

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 1.8.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.1

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2021-10-20_d29f1dde

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 1.7.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.1

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2021-06-25_7a076c22

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK 1.6.0
  • Includes Modem Firmware v1.3.0
  • Added build of Asset Tracker v2

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2021-03-01_8e8c6089

Changelog:

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK v1.5.0

The following samples and applications are part of the package:

2020-10-30_5522ca2b

  • Built from nRF Connect SDK v1.4.0
  • Includes nRF9160 SiP modem firmware v1.2.2

2020-09-23_b6ad40d0

  • Built from nRF Connect SDK v1.3.1
  • Includes nRF9160 SiP modem firmware v1.2.1
  • Added builds for use with external GPS antenna on nRF9160-DK version 0.15.0 and later

2020-04-29_bc7ade8b

  • Built from nRF Connect SDK master branch commit bc7ade8b
  • Includes nRF9160 SiP modem firmware v1.2.0
  • Added nRF Connect for Cloud A-GPS support
  • Improved stability and bugfixes
  • Debug builds with modem trace enabled included in .zip

Known Issues:

  • Occasional reboots caused by POLLERR on socket. Varies with network conditions.

2019-11-29_d3130d77

  • Updated to nRF Connect SDK v1.1.0
  • Includes nRF9160 SiP modem firmware v1.1.0
  • Added firmware over-the-air (FOTA) support for application updates and delta updates of the modem firmware.
  • Various bug and stability issues fixed.
  • See details in nRF Connect SDK v1.1.0 release notes.
 

09-10-2019_c9c833b1

  • Precompiled firmware package for nRF9160-DK

nRF9160 SiP modem firmware 

Programming app available in nRF Connect for Desktop

Selected version
1.3.5 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

1.3.5 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.x it is not recommended to downgrade to MFW 1.2.x or MFW 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog: 

  • Support for Connection Identifier (RFC 9146) for DTLS 1.2.
  • Support for DTLS context serialization.
  • X.509 support for DTLS.
  • TLS security updates.
  • Additional feature support for nRF91 device identity and provision services.
  • Enhanced filesystem integrity in case of unrecoverable modem error.
  • Correction for EDRX downlink data reception.
  • Correction for power consumption state after unsuccessful %CONEVAL attempt.
  • Corrections and improvements for service reliability.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v2.3 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect SDK and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.3.4 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.x it is not recommended to downgrade to MFW 1.2.x or MFW 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog: 

  • GCI (Global Cell ID) support added for LTE positioning (%NCELLMEAS).
  • Accuracy improvements by reporting also excluded cells in LTE positioning (%NCELLMEAS).
  • Added support for modem APDU interface to enable USIM implementation in application domain.
  • New features for nRF91 device identity and provision services.
  • Integrity protection for delta Firmware-over-the-air update during lower battery voltage.
  • Improved the execution time for home PLMN detection and search.
  • Ephemeris download period reduced from 2h to 1h to improve GNSS accuracy in period positioning fix mode.
  • Fixes for GNSS almanac downloading and validity period management. Statistical improvements for TTFF and position fix quality in periodic position fix mode.
  • Power consumption improvements for NB-IoT.
  • Power consumption improvements and corrections for TCP.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v2.2 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect SDK and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.3.3 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.x it is not recommended to downgrade to MFW 1.2.x or MFW 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog: 

  • Mobile network operator specific configurations for NSLPI.
  • Corrections for AS Release Assistance Indicator feature.
  • Corrections for service reliability.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v2.1 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.3.2 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.x it is not recommended to downgrade to MFW 1.2.x or MFW 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog:

  • General / Connectivity

    • Feature to read TLS certificate validity.
    • Support for SHA parameter in %CMNG AT command.
    • Power consumption optimization feature for reducing RRC Idle mode neighbor measurements while UE is stationary.
    • USAT information and event reporting to application via %USATEV and %USATINFO.
    • Improved NVM protection during active low power off warning %XPOFWARN.
    • Improvements for data transmission from application to modem during data congestion. Supported by Modem Library v2.0.0.
    • TLS security updates.
  • Location services

    • Improvement to AT%NCELLMEAS feature. Improves inter frequency cell measurement results.
    • Feature to output GNSS vertical velocity in PVT notification. Supported by nRF Connect SDK GNSS API v1.9.0 and examples in nRF Connect SDK v2.0.0.
    • Feature to output GNSS execution time in milliseconds since the last start. Supported by nRF Connect SDK GNSS API v1.9.0 and examples in nRF Connect SDK v2.0.0.
    • Feature to query what assistance data GNSS currently has and when it will expire. Supported by nRF Connect SDK GNSS API v1.9.0 and examples in nRF Connect SDK v2.0.0.
    • GNSS acquisition improvement in cold start situations.
    • Acquisition parameterization optimization for TTFF and sensitivity enhancements in hot start situations.
    • Enhanced GNSS re-acquisition TTFF performance. Feature would have benefit in short signal outages.
    • Enhanced acquisition performance in use cases where there is one or more GNSS satellite signals with relatively high signal level.
    • Improvement for GNSS positioning accuracy and outlier mitigation.
    • Fixes in LTE/GNSS interoperability.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v2.1 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.3.1 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.x it is not recommended to downgrade to MFW 1.2.x or MFW 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog:

  • 3GPP feature that can be used by the network for restricting sending of data packets using PDN connection established to certain APN.
  • Feature for configuring periodic network searches. Application can configure how often modem performs periodic network search while the device is out of coverage.
  • Added support for TLS cipher suites TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256, TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 and TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384.
  • New feature additions and improvements for client requested neighbor cell measurement feature (AT%NCELLMEAS).
  • Improved accuracy of <energy_estimate> provision for AT command AT%CONEVAL.
  • Feature for application to prioritize either SIB16 (time information) reception or connection establishment speed.
  • XCOEX2 IO-pin configurability options now contain possibility to configure XCOEX2 IO-pin as TX indicator or RX indicator.
  • In MFW 1.3.1, the amount of ownership keys is restricted to one. Multiple instances are not allowed, and it is not allowed to write ownership key with AT%CMNG AT command.

  • Feature for application to enable or disable GNSS scheduled almanac and ephemeris broadcast reception in periodic mode.
  • Performance and speed-up improvement for GNSS reception and acquisition control if no successful location fix.
  • Optimization for GNSS not to request AGPS data from the modem when AGPS data is already injected and GNSS is started at the first time.
  • Improvements for GNSS receiver to tolerate rapid temperature changes.

  • Improvement for SIM interface RST- and IO-signal pin configurations to improve voltage level stability.
  • Correction for sleep time handling when sleep time was longer than approximately 36 hours.
  • Correction for modem deep sleep entry sequences. Defect may have caused extra current consumption during deep sleep.
  • Correction for 3GPP Release 15 enabled LTE-M cell detection.
  • Correction for GNSS 1PPS accuracy after GNSS sleep.
 

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

 

This release is aligned with v1.8 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.3.0 nRF91 firmware binaries

Before applying this version:

  • Note that this modem firmware is targeted nRF9160 SiP Revision 2 
  • It can be used for nRF9160 SiP Revision 1, but only for testing and development
  • It cannot be used for engineering samples of Revision 1 (e.g. DKs or Thingy:91 with version older than v0.9.0
  • After you upgrade to MFW 1.3.0 it is not recommended to downgrade to mfw 1.2.x or mfw 1.1.x.(potential file system issues)

Read out your revision by either AT command: AT%HWVERSION or look on the nRF9160 SIP for marking "B1".

"B1" = Revision 2

"B0" = Revision 1 

The AT command responses for Revision 1 and Revision 2 SiPs will be "nRF9160 SICA B0A" and "nRF9160 SICA B1A" respectively.

Early engineering Revision 2 (B1A) SiPs and Revision 1 (B0A) SiPs might produce AT command responses such as  "nRF9160 SICA BQA" and "nRFFFFFFFFF SICA FFFFFFFF" respectively.

 

Changelog:

  • QZSS L1C/A positioning support.
  • GPS time based configurable IO-pin / pulse.
  • GPS dynamic modes for stationary, pedestrian and automotive.
  • GPS power consumption optimizations during satellite tracking.
  • GPS enhancements to reduce GPS TTFF.
  • Support for 3GPP NB-IoT-NB2.
  • Support for 3GPP AS-RAI. Release Assistance Indication.
  • Support for Non-IP Data Delivery (NIDD).
  • Feature for application to configure country specific parameters to speed up NW search and connection times.
  • Feature for application to take benefit of modem sleep events. For power saving possibilities.
  • Feature for application to execute LTE channel pre-evaluation before establishing connection. For power saving possibilities.
  • Feature for application to measure serving and neighbor cells for cellular based positioning purposes.
  • Feature for application to optimize device power consumption when modem is searching network.
  • Feature for application to enable both LTE-M and NB-IoT system modes and modem performs automatic system mode selection.
  • Feature for application to configure RF Rx and Tx indications from IO-pin.
  • Speed-up improvements to modem cell selection and re-selection.
  • Power consumption optimization in LTE-M and NB-IoT RRC Idle mode.
  • Improvements for NB-IoT receiver performance.
  • Non-wired full modem update with pre-validation.
  • Support for on device key generation.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

 

This release is aligned with v1.7 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

We have also published a webinar showcasing all the new features and improvements, you can watch it here.


1.2.8 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Corrections for service reliability.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with nRF91 AT command reference guide v2.1.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect for Desktop and nRF Connect for Desktop Programmer application.

1.2.7 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Added AT%USATEV and AT%USATINFO AT commands for USAT information and event reporting.
  • Added support for TLS cipher suites :
    TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256,
    TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 and
    TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384.
  • TLS and TCP security updates.
  • Improvement for GNSS receiver to tolerate rapid temperature changes.
  • Improvement for SIM interface RST- and IO-signal pin configurations to improve voltage level stability.
  • Correction for sleep time handling when sleep time was longer than approximately 36 hours.
  • Correction for blocked uplink data transmissions after modem deactivation and re-activation.
  • Correction for modem to correctly detect 3GPP Release 15 enabled LTE-M networks.

 

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

FOTA delta image inside the release zip can be used to update directly from mfw_nrf9160_1.2.3 to mfw_nrf9160_1.2.7

For details, see release notes which describes all the version differences and changes since mfw_nrf9160_1.2.3.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with nRF91 AT command reference guide v2.0.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

 


1.2.3 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Correction to sleep mode entry timings. Earlier timings may have failed on sleep mode entry and
    cause additional current consumption. Updated PMIC debounce setting at boot up improves
    reliability of mode change.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.5 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.


1.2.2 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Added option to use previously obtained altitude information with GPS three-satellite first fix
  • Improved GPS hot start sensitivity
  • Improved GPS time to first fix in poor signal conditions
  • Completed TCP server support
  • Various improvements to LTE-M, NB-IoT and GPS stability and performance
     

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.5 of the nRF91 AT command reference guide.
It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

Note:
Release 1.2.2 is not recommended for production use due to sleep mode current consumption issue.
Please refer to release 1.2.3.

1.2.1 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Added support for new nRF9160 product variant (nRF9160-SIxA-B1).
  • Added support for TLS extension Server Name Indication (SNI).
  • Added support for (D)TLS cache over power cycle.
  • Added various new AT commands and improved existing ones.
  • Various improvements to LTE-M, NB-IoT and GNSS stability and performance.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.4 of the nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.


1.2.0 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Various improvements to LTE-M and NB-IoT stability and performance
  • Added new socket options for improving LTE modem power consumption
  • Improved GPS power consumption
  • Improved GPS tracking performance for sensitivity and accuracy
  • Improved GPS hot and cold start acquisition sensitivity and time-to-first-fix
  • Added AT command for routing GPS signal when using a single antenna for LTE and GPS signals
  • Added various new AT commands and improved existing ones

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.2 of the nRF91 AT command reference guide.

 

1.1.5 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • TLS security updates.
  • Added support for TLS cipher suites:
    TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384,
    TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256,
    TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 and
    TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384.
  • Improvements for GNSS receiver to tolerate rapid temperature changes.
  • Improvement for SIM interface RST- and IO-signal pin configurations to improve voltage level stability.
  • Correction for modem to correctly detect 3GPP Release 14 and 15 enabled networks.
  • Correction for sleep time handling when sleep time was longer than approximately 36 hours.
  • Correction for modem deep sleep entry sequences. Defect may have caused extra current consumption during deep sleep.
  • Correction for blocked uplink data transmissions after modem deactivation and re-activation.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v2.1 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools. 

1.1.4 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

  • Bugfix that addresses rare occurrences of increased sleep current.
  • Improvement for very rare occasion where modem program NVM access may have failed at modem sleep wakeup.
  • Correction for GNSS sleep timer handling. Incorrect handling may have resulted that acquiring GNSS location may have failed after a long period of time.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.5 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

1.1.3 nRF91 firmware binaries

Highlights:
  • Added support for new nRF9160 product variant (nRF9160-SIxA-B1)
  • Added various new AT commands and improved existing ones
  • Various improvements to LTE-M, NB-IoT and GPS stability and performance
     

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

This release is aligned with v1.3 of the nRF91 AT command reference guide.

Note:
Release 1.1.3 is not recommended for production use due to sleep mode current consumption issue. 
Please refer to release 1.1.4.

1.1.2 nRF91 firmware binaries

Highlights:
  • A software workaround fix for flash memory controller hardware issue, which may have caused flash accesses to fail after sleep wake-up.
  • A software correction for handling FOTA rollback in case of security or watchdog reset. Issue may have caused unnecessary modem firmware rollback after FOTA.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.
It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

1.1.1 nRF91 firmware binaries

The mfw_nrf9160 is the firmware for the modem subsystem of nRF9160. It supports 3GPP LTE
release 13 Cat-M1 and Cat-NB1 standards, and GPS L1C/A positioning.

Cat-M1 operation is enabled on E-UTRA Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25,
26, 28 and 66.

Cat-NB1 operation is enabled on E-UTRA Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 25, 26,
28 and 66.

This release is aligned with v1.1 of nRF91 AT command reference guide.

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

It is recommended to use the latest version of nRF Connect and nRF Connect Programmer tools.

1.1.0 nRF91 firmware binaries

This release represents a long list of:

  • New features
  • Changes
  • Bugfixes

A complete list of new functionality, changes and bug fixes is in the release notes found here or inside the .zip file.

Before applying this version, please make sure it has the mobile network operator certifications your product needs.

 

Board controller firmware

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2.0.1 nRF91 firmware binaries

Changelog:

2.0.1 nRF91 firmware binaries

Hardware files

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1.1.0 Layout and BOM resources

Changelog:

1.1.0 Layout and BOM resources

SHA256: 298DF94F6AE5695BD0F5E9019CF996D65AFB8B6FA87D972AD5727A6AE790BCFD

  • BOM change, updating nRF52840 build code: nRF52840-QIAAF0

1.0.1 Layout and BOM resources

SHA256: 5D50B4342D1B7B8017E0A9E4287ECCB0432263544D240644BBC1BD4E7C15DB24

  • Stability improvement for external flash

1.0.0 Layout and BOM resources

  • Fixed bug on nRF91_UART2_CTRL

0.15.0 Layout and BOM resources

  • Updated nRF9160 to Revision 2 (SICA-B1)
  • New GPS frontend
  • Added external serial flash memory
  • Updated power supply decoupling of nRF9160 based on most recent recommendations
  • All GPIOs now always connected to headers
  • Optional I/O expander for buttons, switches and LEDs added
  • Added connection of nRF52840 RESET line to nRF9160
  • Added current measurement header for SIM card

0.9.0 Layout and BOM resources

0.8.5 Layout and BOM resources

0.8.2 Layout and BOM resources