I have a two kits: AES-ATT-M18Q2FG-SK-G, and AES-ATT-M14A2A-IOT-SK-M-G
my question is about the example software that is included, does this demonstrate all of the required SW features to have a device certified as an END device on the AT&T network?
In my mind, there are *TWO* distinct certification requirements.
* All things RF - which includes regulatory (in the USA that means: FCC), and carrier specific RF (which mostly deal with the antenna) -
I am not concerned about this, as the RF engineer will handle this portion of the project - yes, I acknowledge this is a big componet but I must presume the HW/RF engineer will handle these components and requirements.
* All things Software - which if I break down the SW there are 4 parts (A) my-application code, (B) my-app's network connection, (C) the carrier specific network and test features, (D) the PTCRB lab specific features.
Of course I know my part (A-my-app) and can figure out (B-my-app-network-connection)
My question is this: What are, and where can I find complete examples of (C-carrier-specific-network-test-features), and likewise the (D-ptcrb-lab-specific-features).
Are these present int he examples code? What is missing? or not implimented I'm quite confused about these two parts.
The type of certification i'm talking about is this:
Note: That document is very old (from year 2012) I don't know if it is still current, but it for example refers to: AT&T’s Document 10776