NVIDIA Jetson Orin Nano compatability

I am just wondering if the Sixfab NVIDA Jetson Nano 4G/LTE Modem Kit is compatible with Jetson Orin nano? I installed the module and noticed that the provided USB bridge was a bit short. Can I just substitute with another bridge or are there any other incompatibilities to be aware of?


We can’t say anything definite about compatibility because it hasn’t been tested with ‘Orin.’ There may be differences.

Alright, I appreciate the response. A question specifically about the USB bridge. Would it be possible to substitute with a regular male USB 2.0 to male USB 2.0 connector? If I was doing this with a Jetson Nano that is.

Jetson Orin 5G modem support, solution would be a banger… !! :slight_smile:

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Hello @fabianzander2 you may have figured this out already but I was able to get this working by connecting them with a USB-A male-male cable. No issues with the cellular connectivity.

@fabianzander2 Hey I am working on a project right now and I planned on using the same setup. Did you end up getting this working?

Hey @nkamidi, I just wanted to follow up here and confirm you used an extension USB A cable instead of the one given and you were able to get the 4G/LTE Cellular Modem Kit for NVIDIA Jetson Nano DevKit to work on the Jetson Orin Nano. Would you foresee any problems with using this system with the AGX. Despite being a different board the software should be similar enough that the drivers would still be compatible, correct?

@ICHeavy Yes, I was able to get it working by attaching the LTE HAT to the nano and connecting them with a USB A cable. Considering that AGX also runs a flavor of Linux (Ubuntu), and the CORE installation script is pretty standard, I don’t foresee any issue with running this on AGX.

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Thank you much for your help.