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AT Command Set

AT Command Set

AT Command

  • Page 2 and 3: Contents 1. Introduction ..........
  • Page 4 and 5: 3.6.16. GSM cause for L3 Protocol m
  • Page 6 and 7: 5.2. AT+CDSCB Reset Cell Broadcast
  • Page 8 and 9: 6.28. AT^SISO Internet Service Open
  • Page 10 and 11: 7.30. AT+FVRFC Vertical Resolution
  • Page 12 and 13: 9.12.8. AT^SSTR SAT Response - Laun
  • Page 14 and 15: 12.12. AT^SPIO General Purpose IO D
  • Page 16 and 17: 2. Configuration Commands The AT Co
  • Page 18 and 19: +FCLASS: 0 +CRC: 0 +CMGF: 1 +CSDH:
  • Page 20 and 21: 2.3. AT+CSCS Character Set AT+CSCS
  • Page 22 and 23: 2.5. AT&F Reset AT Command Settings
  • Page 24 and 25: Table: Factory Default Settings AT
  • Page 26 and 27: 2.7. ATQ Result Code Presentation M
  • Page 28 and 29: 2.8.1. Verbose and numeric result c
  • Page 30 and 31: 2.10. ATZ Restore AT Command Settin
  • Page 32 and 33: (num) a numeric parameter which ind
  • Page 34 and 35: Note For this command, please refer
  • Page 36 and 37: Parameter Description (num) 0 NON-
  • Page 38 and 39: Examples EXAMPLE 1 To check the lev
  • Page 40 and 41: 2.14. AT+CHF Configure Hands Free O
  • Page 42 and 43: 2.16. AT+CLPORT Set Local Port Synt
  • Page 44 and 45: Example To obtain enhanced error me
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  • Page 48 and 49: 2.18. AT+CMTE Set Critical Temperat
  • Page 50 and 51: 2.20. AT+CSCLK Configure Slow Clock
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    2.22. AT+CSMINS SIM Inserted Status

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    +CGURC: Where describes the curre

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    Read Command AT^SCFG=? Response(s)

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    Write Command AT^SCFG="MEopMode/Cre

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    Write Command Configuration of URC

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    (str)(+CSCS) Emergency call numbers

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    (str)(+CSCS) Power saving mode 9 ti

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    (str)(+CSCS) CIEV Call Status Indic

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    Note Parameters "GPRS/ATS0/withAtta

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    2.25. AT^SM20 Set M20 compatibility

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    2.26. AT^SMSO Switch Off MG21 AT^SM

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    2.28. AT&C Set Data Carrier Detect

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    2.30. AT&S Set Data Set Ready (DSR)

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    2.32. AT+CMUX Multiplex mode Multip

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    Table: Availability of AT Commands

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    2.33. AT+ICF Set TE-TA Control Char

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    2.34. AT+IFC TE-TA local flow contr

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    (num) Bit rate setting upon connect

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    - + ± ± + - - V.250 Parameter Des

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    - An incoming CSD call or a network

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    3.1. AT+CMER Common Event Reporting

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    Value of indicator; for a list of a

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    3.3. AT+WS46 Select wireless networ

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    Write Command AT+CIND=[, [, ...]] R

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    Examples EXAMPLE 1 ^SYSSTART AT+CPI

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    Write Command AT^SIND=, Respones(s

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    “simtray“ “vmwait1“ Indicat

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    “eons“ Enhanced Operator Name S

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    Example for time and time zone with

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    Example Activation and use of indic

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    Parameter Description (num) Locati

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    3.6.2. Proprietary L2 cause Number

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    3.6.6. Proprietary release cause fo

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    3.6.8. Proprietary release cause fo

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    3.6.11. Proprietary release cause f

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    25 No TI available (there are no tr

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    3.6.17. Proprietary release cause f

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    (num) Reason for last call release

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    3.9. AT+AUTEST Audio Channel Loopba

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    3.11. AT+CGMI Request manufacturer

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    3.13. AT+CGMM Request model identif

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    3.15. AT+CGMR Request revision iden

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    3.17. AT+CGSN Request International

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    3.19. AT+GOI Request Global Object

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    3.21. AT+CCID Show ICCID Syntax Tes

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    3.23. AT+CLTS Get Local Timestamp S

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    4.1. AT+CLCC List of current calls

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    (str) Phone number in format specif

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    Write Command AT^SLCC=[] Respones(s

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    (num) Bearer/teleservice 0 Voice 1

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    Examples EXAMPLE 1 ^SYSSTART at+cpi

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    4.3. AT^SCNI List Call Number Infor

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    4.4. AT^SLCD Display Last Call Dura

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    4.6. ATA Connect to Incoming Call A

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    4.7. ATD Mobile originated call to

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    According to GSM02.07 Annex A, the

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    “RC“ “VM“ Received calls li

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    (str) String of GSM modifiers: l i

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    4.7.4. Star-Hash (*#) Network Comma

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    Table: Star-Hash Command Response P

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    Table: Command Type Table Proactive

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    4.9. ATDL Redial last number used S

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    4.11. AT+CHUP Hang up call Syntax T

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    (num) Internet connection profile i

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    4.14. ATO Switch from command mode

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    According to "3GPP TS 27.007 (GSM 0

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    4.17. ATS7 Set number of seconds to

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    4.19. ATS10 Set disconnect delay af

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    4.21. AT+CCPD Connected Line Identi

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    Note GSM 07.07 specifies 30 seconds

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    4.24. AT+CMOD Configure Alternating

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    (num)(&W)(&V) Acknowledgement timer

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    Notes The command must be set befor

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    4.31. AT+HVOIC Disconnect Voice Cal

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    4.33. ATP Select pulse dialing Synt

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    5. Network Service Commands The AT

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    5.2. AT+CDSCB Reset Cell Broadcast

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    5.4. AT+COPS Operator Selection AT+

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    (num)(&V) Parameter values 0 and 1

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    (str) Operator in numeric format (G

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    . 5.7. AT+CSQ Signal quality The AT

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    5.8. AT^MONI Monitor idle mode and

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    ME is connected (Call in progress):

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    5.9. AT^MONP Monitor neighbor cells

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    5.10. AT^SALS Alternate Line Servic

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    5.11. AT^SHOM Display Homezone The

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    (num) Cell identifier 4 hexadecimal

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    (str) Values for RSSI and BER (comm

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    Example at^smond Execute command ^S

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    Parameter Description (num) 1 Cell

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    (num) Specification of the source o

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    PIN ASC0 MUX1 MUX2 MUX3 A Last - +

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    5.18. AT^SPLR Read entry from the p

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    5.20. AT^SRPN Replace Operator Name

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    5.21. AT+CACM Accumulated call mete

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    5.24. AT+CAOC Advice of Charge info

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    5.25. AT+CCFC Call forwarding numbe

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    (num) Integer or sum of integers ea

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    To check whether CFU was successful

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    Parameter Description (num) explic

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    If =1 and the call waiting suppleme

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    With the AT+CHLD command, it is pos

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    Parameter Description (num) 0 Rele

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    5.29. AT+CLIP Calling Line Identifi

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    When CLI is not available ( =2), s

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    (num) Parameter shows the subscribe

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    (num) 0 COLP not provisioned (no pr

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    5.33. AT+CSSN Supplementary service

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    5.34. AT+CUSD Unstructured Suppleme

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    (num) 0 No further user action requ

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    6.1. AT+CDNSCFG Configure Domain Na

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    6.3. AT+CDRIND CS Voice/Data/Fax Ca

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    6.5. AT+CIICR Bring Up Wireless Con

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    6.7. AT+CIPATS Set Auto Sending Tim

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    6.9. AT+CIPCLOSE Close TCP Or UDP C

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    (str) a string parameter(string sho

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    6.12. AT+CIPMODE Select TCPIP Appli

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    6.14. AT+CIPQSEND Select Data Trans

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    Write Command If single IP connecti

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    6.16. AT+CIPSERVER Configure As Ser

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    6.18. AT+CIPSHUT Deactivate GPRS PD

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    6.20. AT+CIPSRIP Set Whether Displa

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    Parameter Description (num) 0..7 a

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    6.22. AT+CIPSTATUS Query Current Co

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    6.23. AT+CSPN Get Service Provider

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    Note The write command and executio

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    (num) State of the Internet connect

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    6.26. AT^SICS Internet Connection S

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    “passwd“ “apn“ Password str

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    at^sics=1,conType,CSD Select connec

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    Parameter Description (num) Intern

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    6.28. AT^SISO Internet Service Open

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    Parameter Description (num) 0 ...

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    Notes If the bearer cannot be estab

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    6.29. AT^SISC Internet Service Clos

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    () Information text related to . Th

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    Parameter Description (num) 0 ...

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    GRAM_A OK at^sisr=0,6 ^SISR: 0,3 NE

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    338 "srvType" mandatory "conId" man

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    Parameter Description (num) Intern

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    address String value, depending on

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    hcContLen hcUsrAgent hcMethod hcPro

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    pNumber Optional message number arg

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    (num) Supported POP3 user command v

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    6.33. AT^SIST Enter Transparent Acc

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    6.34. AT^SISW Internet Service Writ

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    1 Interactive text mode This mode

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    6.35. ATA Manual acceptance of a ne

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    6.37. ATS0 Automatic Response to Ne

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    6.38. ATD*99# Request GPRS service

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    6.39. ATD*98# Request GPRS IP servi

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    The command should not be used to d

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    Note If is 1, the following proced

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    Parameter Description (num) Indica

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    Parameter Description (num) 0 Disa

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    Parameter Description (str) Layer

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    Parameter Description (num) PDP Co

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    6.46. AT+CGEQMIN Rel. 99 Quality of

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    (num) This parameter indicates the

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    (num) This parameter indicates whet

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    Parameter Description (num) Parame

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    (str) This parameter indicates the

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    6.48. AT+CGEREP GPRS event reportin

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    (num) 0 MT buffer of unsolicited re

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    6.50. AT+CGPADDR Show PDP address S

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    Parameter Description (num) Parame

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    (num) Mean throughput class(in octe

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    6.52. AT+CGQREQ Quality of Service

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    (num) Reliability class [0] network

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    Definitions of parameters in GSM 02

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    (num) 0 Not registered, ME is not c

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    Parameter Description (num) A nume

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    6.56. AT^SGCONF Configuration of GP

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    7.1. AT+FBADLIN Bad Line Threshold

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    7.3. AT+FBOR Query data Bit Order T

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    7.5. AT+FCLASS Fax: Select, read or

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    7.6. AT+FCQ Copy Quality Checking T

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    7.8. AT+FDCC Query or set capabilit

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    7.10. AT+FDIS Query or set session

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    7.12. AT+FDT Data Transmission This

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    7.14. AT+FK Kill operation, orderly

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    7.16. AT+FMDL Identify Product Mode

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    7.18. AT+FMI FAX: Report Manufactur

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    7.20. AT+FMR FAX: Report Revision I

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    7.22. AT+FPHCTO DTE Phase C Respons

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    7.24. AT+FRH Receive Data Using HDL

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    7.26. AT+FRS Receive Silence =n cau

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    7.28. AT+FTM Transmit Data The AT+F

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    7.30. AT+FVRFC Vertical Resolution

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    8.1. AT+CMGC Send SMS Command Synta

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    8.3. AT+CMGDA Delete All SMS Syntax

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    8.5. AT+CMGHEX Enable To Send Non-A

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    Write Command AT+CMGL= Response(s)

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    OK ERROR +CMS ERROR: PIN ASC0 MUX1

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    AT^SM20 =0 causes "+CMS ERROR: time

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    If PDU mode (see AT+CMGF=0): AT+CMG

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    8.11. AT+CNMA New Message Acknowled

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    8.12. AT+CNMI SMS Event Reporting C

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    2 SMS related URCs are forwarded di

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    etc. 8.13. AT+CPMS Preferred SMS me

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    While equals ''SM'' and equals ''

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    8.15. AT+CSAS Save SMS Settings Syn

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    8.17. AT+CSCB Select Cell Broadcast

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    8.18. AT+CSDH Show SMS text mode pa

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    8.20. AT+CSMP Set SMS text Mode Par

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    8.21. AT+CSMS Select Message Servic

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    used. 8.22. AT^SLMS List SMS Memory

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    8.23. AT^SMGL List Short Messages f

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    Parameter Description (num)(&W)(&V

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    8.26. AT^SSCONF SMS Command Configu

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    Note If the ME operates on differen

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    9. SIM related Commands The AT Comm

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    9.2. AT+CGID Get SIM Card Group Ide

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    Parameter Description (num) SIM co

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    9.4. AT+CSIM Generic SIM Access AT+

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    9.5. AT+CXXCID Display card ID Synt

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    9.7. AT^SCKS Query SIM and Chip Car

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    9.8. AT^SSET SIM Data Ready Indicat

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    9.9. AT^SXSM Extended SIM Access AT

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    at^sxsm=136,,0,0,16,"0011223 344556

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    (num) Parameter is stored non-volat

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    (num) Related Proactive Command 9.1

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    When equals 0, 2 or 3 or the "^SST

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    (num) The event list tells the TE w

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    (num) 0 Set up call, but only if no

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    Parameter Description (num) 17 Pro

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    (num) 0…255 0 No Icon 9.11.6. AT^

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    (num) This byte is RFU. (str) Stri

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    (num) 0…255 0 No Icon (num) 0…

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    (str) Tone generated by the ME 01..

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    (str) String to be displayed (up to

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    (num) 0…255 Used as bit field bit

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    (num) 0…255 Minimum length of use

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    (str) ID of default item The SIM ma

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    Syntax Write Command AT^SSTGI=35 Re

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    (num) The next proactive command ty

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    Syntax Write Command AT^SSTGI=53 Re

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    (num) 0 The proactive command has b

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    9.12.3. AT^SSTR SAT Response - Set

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    Syntax Write Command AT^SSTR=18, R

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    Parameter Description (num) 0…25

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    Parameter Description (num) 0…25

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    Parameter Description (num) 0…25

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    Notes Coding of any input character

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    Syntax Write Command AT^SSTR=37, R

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    Parameter Description (num) 0…25

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    Parameter Description (str) Two ch

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    OK // This setting takes effect aft

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    EXAMPLE 2 // Enter the PIN code at+

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    10. Phonebook Commands The AT Comma

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    10.2. AT+CPBF Find Phonebook Entrie

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    10.3. AT+CPBR Read from Phonebook A

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    (num) Maximum length of phone numbe

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    Parameter Description (str) “FD

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    10.5. AT+CPBW Write into Phonebook

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    (num) Maximum number of locations s

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    10.6. AT^SDLD Delete the 'last numb

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    (num) In the active phonebook, the

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    Note Users should be aware that whe

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    Parameter Description (num) First

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    the string is given in UCS2, the m

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    Parameter Description (num) 1 To m

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    Notes The complete list of sorted e

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    11. Audio Commands The AT Commands

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    11.2. ATM Set monitor speaker mode

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    11.4. AT+CLVL Loudspeaker volume le

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    11.5. AT+CMIC Change The Microphone

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    11.6. AT+CMUT Mute control The AT+C

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    11.8. AT+SIDET Change The Side Tone

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    11.10. AT+VTD Tone duration This co

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    (num) Tone duration in 1/10 seconds

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    Parameter Description (num) Multipl

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    11.14. AT^SNFG Generate Tone The AT

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    11.15. AT^SNFI Set microphone path

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    11.16. AT^SNFM Set microphone audio

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    11.17. AT^SNFO Set audio output (=

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    11.18. AT^SNFPT Set progress tones

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    Parameter Description (num)(^SNFW)

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    Syntax Test Command AT^SNFTTY=? Res

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    Notes Any change to takes effect i

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    11.23. AT^SRTC Ring tone configurat

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    (num) Volume of ring tone, varies f

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    12.1. AT+CALA Alarm Configuration A

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    (num) Integer type value indicating

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    12.2. AT+CBC Battery Charge Syntax

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    12.4. AT^SBV Battery/Supply Voltage

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    Write Command AT^SCTM=[, ] Response

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    12.6. AT^SRADC Configure and Read A

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    (num) 1…11 Number of measured sam

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    12.7. AT^SSPI Serial Protocol Inter

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    the mode for every Read or Write Re

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    12.7.2. Structure of Messages on th

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    12.7.3. Example: Using I²C Bus Thi

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    12.8. AT^SSYNC Configure SYNC Pin T

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    12.9. AT^SWDAC PWM Signal Configura

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    12.10. AT^SCPIN Pin Configuration T

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    12.11. AT^SGIO Get IO state of a sp

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    12.12.1. GPIO configuration table S

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    13. Security Commands The AT Comman

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    Parameter Description (str) Passwo

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    13.2. AT+CPIN2 PIN2 Authentication

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    AT+CPIN2? +CPIN2: SIM PUK2 OK AT+CP

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    13.4. AT^SPIC Display PIN counter T

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    (text) Identification of the curren

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    EXAMPLE 2 Though a mobile is locked

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    13.5. AT+CLCK Facility lock AT+CLCK

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    the ME will prompt the client to en

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    The value 255 covers all classes. I

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    13.6. AT^SLCK Facility lock AT^SLCK

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    Parameter Description (str) Phone

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    4…8 Length of password. The range

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    13.8. AT^SPWD Change Password The A

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    14. Miscellaneous Commands The AT C

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    14.2. ATS3 Command Line Termination

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    14.4. ATS5 Command Line Editing ATS

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