Wavecom Fastrak Supreme 10 / 20 GSM Modem

Fastrack Supreme 10 / 20 operating on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz: GSM, SMS, CSD, GPRS, EDGE FR/HR/EFR/AMR. The Wavecom Fastrack Supreme has the same versatile Plug Play form factor as previous Fastrack products, packed with a host of new features that will carry your applications well into the future. That’s because it’s designed to accommodate any additional features you can imagine thanks to a revolutionary, open standard Internal Expansion Socket you can populate with an expansion card from Wavecom – or one of your own.


The difference between Wavecom Fastrack Supreme 10 GSM Modem and Wavecom Fastrack Supreme 20 GSM Modem is the latter has EDGE.


Data sheet of Fastrack Supreme 20

Video demonstration — using Fastrack Supreme 10

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The status of Wavecom Fastrack M1306B GSM Modem is end-of-life. It is no longer being produced. For user’s guide and technical specification, please download from here …

The firmware of Wavecom Fastrack M1306B GSM Modem starts with 6.

The TCP/IP service of Wavecom Fastrack M1306B GSM Modemis powered by eDSoft, then later by wipSoft. For more information, please refer to here …

These are the models replacing Wavecom Fastrack M1306B GSM Modem:-

  1. Wavecom Fastrask Supreme 20
  2. MOBITEK® S80
  3. MOBITEK® Q24 SMS Modem
  4. Sierra Wireless GSM Modem


Wavecom Fastrack Supreme 20 is 100% Compatible with Wavecom Fastrack M1306B.

Both Wavecom Fastrack M1306B and Wavecom Fastrack Supreme 20 are 100% compatible.

For a comparison between Wavecom Fastrack M1306B, Supreme 10 and Supreme 20, please refer to …

Frequently Ask Question


Q1: Previously, we use Wavecom Fastrack M1306B with MOBITEK’s SMS API. If we decide to use Fastrack Supreme 20, do we need to re-write our software?

Answer: No.

FAQ is last updated on 6th of May, 2018

Wavecom Fastrack Supreme 20 GSM MODEM Set-Up Guide

  Before inserting SIM card into the modem, please disable the SIM lock (by using a hand phone).

Insert SIM card the correct way as shown in picture.

SIM card size is standard (mini). Please use adapter if required.


Attach the antenna to modem.


Connect modem to PC either using USB cable or serial (RS-232) cable.

For USB:

  1. install USB driver first; DO NOT plug the USB cable;
  2. run “USBDriverInstaller_SL6_V3.8.9.0.exe“;
  3. restart the computer in order to use the driver;

  1. connect modem to PC via USB cable;
  2. power adapter is NOT required;
  3. ensure the red LED is blinking.


  1.  check the COM port number, goto:
    “Device Manager → Modems → Sierra Wireless Device → Properties”
  2. then goto “Modem → Port”, in this example, the modem is connected to COM port number 31.

For serial cable:

  1. power adapter is required, please connect it
  2. no USB driver is required
  3. it is either COM 1 or COM 2
  4. ensure the red LED is blinking.
LED Status

Operation Status of Supreme 20

Permanently lighted

Modem is switched ON, but not registered in the network. Modem is NOT ready.


Modem is switched ON and is registered in a network. Modem is ready to be used.


  1. the default baud rate is 115200.


Set-Up Guide is last updated on 18th of October, 2018