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MC75i AT Command Set - RCC ITALY

MC75i AT Command Set - RCC ITALY

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MC75i AT Command Set2.14 AT^SCFG (str)(+CSCS)MEopMode/Airplane: Airplane mode upon ME restartThere are two ways to enter Airplane mode upon restart: One is using AT^SCFG with as describedbelow.Another approach is configuring the ME to restart into Airplane mode at a scheduled time. In this case, use theAT+CALA command, set an alarm time and then switch the ME off. When the alarm time is reached the MEwakes up to Airplane mode, no matter whether was set "on" or "off".Parameter is global for all interfaces, non volatile and will not be reset by AT&F.“on“Causes the ME to enter the Airplane mode each time the ME is restarted orreset.After restart or reset, the URC "^SYSSTART AIRPLANE MODE" appears andparameter is "on". The SIM PIN can be entered using the AT+CPINcommand. This enables the ME to read data from the SIM and give access toSIM PIN dependent AT commands which are available in Airplane mode, suchas phonebook commands or several SMS commands. To notify the user whenSIM data are accessible it is recommended to activate the "^SSIM READY"URC and store its presentation mode to the user profile with AT&W.To return from Airplane mode to Normal mode set the parameter to "off"as described above. If PIN authentication was already done, the ME will trynow to register to the GSM network.“off“ (P)Airplane mode will not be activated after ME restart or reset. (str)(+CSCS)MEShutdown/OnIgnition: Enable/disable shutdown by IGT lineThe parameter specifies two different switching modes of the ignition line IGT: The line may either be used onlyto switch on the ME, or to switch it on and off.By factory default the module's IGT line is configured only for switching on the ME. We recommend that greatcare be taken before changing the switch mode of IGT. It is of vital importance that the following conditions aremet to ensure that IGT works properly as ON/OFF switch:Switch-on condition: If the ME is off the IGT line must be asserted for at least 400 ms and then released.Switch-off condition: If the ME is on the IGT line must be asserted for at least 1 s and then released. The switchoffroutine is identical with the shutdown procedure initiated by the AT^SMSO command, i.e. the ME performs anorderly shutdown and issues the "^SHUTDOWN" URC.Before switching off the ME wait at least 2 seconds after startup.Furthermore, particular attention shall be given to the USB interface and the DTR signal: The USB interface andthe DTR line shall either be decoupled from IGT to avoid unintentional shutdown of the ME, or require specialprecautions if you wish to restart the ME by plugging the USB cable or to toggle IGT from DTR. For further detailsplease refer to [2].Parameter is global for all interfaces, non-volatile and will not be reset by AT&F.“on“Ignition line (IGT) can be used to switch on and off the ME.“off“Ignition line (IGT) can be used to switch on the ME. (str)(+CSCS)Power saving mode 9 timeoutThis parameter can be used to query or configure the wake up time for power saving mode 9 (see AT+CFUN withparameter =9).Parameter is global for the ME, volatile and will not be reset by AT&F.5...20 (P) ...36000 The granularity of the timeout value is 100ms (i.e. a value of 10 equal 1 second).The minimum timeout value that can be applied is 5, but accuracy is onlyguaranteed for timeout values greater than 20.MC75i_ATC_V01.100 Page 66 of 548 11/10/08Confidential / Released

MC75i AT Command Set2.14 AT^SCFG (str)(+CSCS)Allowed radio band(s)The feature "Radio/Band" with its parameters , and can be used to set and query preferencesfor selecting frequency bands.The MC75i normally uses an automode algorithm designed to recognize automatically the radio bands of thecurrent country, typically a combination of two bands. Commonly used dual-band combinations are, for example,900/1800 MHz in European countries or 850/1900 MHz in North America. The standard radio band combinationof a country depends on the ARFCNs (Absolute Frequency Channel Number) and the MCCs (MobileCountry Code) visible at the air interface. This enables the ME to easily find the standard band or band combinationof a country every time after power-up and, thus, usually eliminates the need for the subscriber to makeany changes. So, if automode is used and the allowed bands are not restricted with the response parameter shows the standard band(s) of the current area.As an alternative, if any bands other than those automatically selected by the ME are needed, the automodecan be influenced using the AT^SCFG command. This may be necessary, for example, when running tests ofGSM applications, when access to specific radio bands shall be restricted or when the final product is notintended for operation in certain countries.Before changing the parameters or ensure that no network activity occurs. The write commandcannot be executed when making a call, or sending / receiving short messages.Execution of the write command causes the ME to deregister from and re-register to the network, no matterwhether the selected or setting really changes. Therefore, it is useful to have the URC "+CREG"enabled. The status of the SIM PIN authentication remains unchanged, eliminating the need to enter the SIMPIN again after the change.The parameter is intended to restrict the allowed bands to less than four bands. By default, all four bandsare allowed. Each band not contained in is generally disabled.All bands of must be contained in the range set with . The response parameter will nevershow a value outside the range. has precedence over and .The value to select resp. deselect radio bands can be either a single band value or a multiple band valueas listed below.Parameter is global for the ME, non-volatile and will not be reset by AT&F.“1“ GSM 900 MHz“2“ GSM 1800 MHz“4“ GSM 1900 MHz“8“ GSM 850 MHz“3“ GSM 900 MHz + GSM 1800 MHz“5“ GSM 900 MHz + GSM 1900 MHz“10“ GSM 850 MHz + GSM 1800 MHz“12“ GSM 850 MHz + GSM 1900 MHz“15“ GSM 900 MHz + GSM 1800 MHz + GSM 850 MHz + GSM 1900 MHz (str)(+CSCS)Preferred radio band(s)The write command will trigger the band selection, starting with the user preference specified by . Thismeans bands contained in will be searched first, regardless of the standard band combination of the currentcountry. The final result of the band selection can be read from .If was a band or band combination which differs from the standard band(s) and the requested band(s)are not visible at the air interface the ME reverts to the standard band(s) of this country. Please note that theband selection procedure is independent of the registration procedure, i.e. the ME selects a band no matterwhether or not there is a PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network) the ME can register to. So, if the was aband or band combination supported by the country, but currently no PLMN can be found, the ME will select the"preferred" band (indicated by ) without registering to the network. To avoid registration problems, forexample when the settings are configured for testing the GSM application it is recommended that the tester firstactivates the desired band(s) on the test equipment and then executes the AT^SCFG write command. Besidesremember that the network registration also depends on the settings made with AT+COPS.The is volatile and cannot be read back with the AT^SCFG read command. This is because the value isMC75i_ATC_V01.100 Page 67 of 548 11/10/08Confidential / Released

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    MC75i AT Command Set4.9 AT+IPR4.9 A

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    MC75i AT Command Set4.9 AT+IPR- URC

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    MC75i AT Command Set4.10 AT+CMUXPar

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    MC75i AT Command Set4.11 AT^STPB4.1

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    MC75i AT Command Set5.1 AT+CPINPara

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    MC75i AT Command Set5.3 AT^SPIC (st

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    MC75i AT Command Set5.4 AT+CLCK“F

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    MC75i AT Command Set5.6 AT+CPWD“P

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