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BluOcean Modems - Use By Tons Of Software Houses And Programmers In Their SMS Programming. Below Are Some of The Commonly Used Information For Reference.

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AT Commands
 
   
 
  AT Commands   Meaning    
  AT+CSCA="+651234567"   Set Message Center Number    
  AT+CGMI   Get the name of manufacturer    
  AT+GMI   Get the ID of manufacturer    
  AT+GMM   Get the Model information    
  AT+CGSN   Get IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity)    
  AT+CGMR   Get software version    
  AT+CIMI   Get IMSI number (International Mobile Subscriber Identity)    
  AT+CNUM   MSISDN    
  AT+CPAS   Get mobile phone activity status    
  AT+CREG   Get mobile network registration status    
  AT+CSQ   Get radio signal strength    
  AT+CBC   Get battery charge level and battery charging status    
  ATD, ATA, etc   Establish a data connection or voice connection to a remote modem    
  ATD, ATA, AT+F*   Send and receive fax    
  AT+CMGS, AT+CMSS   Send SMS messages    
  AT+CMGR, AT+CMGL   Read SMS messages    
  AT+CMGW   Write SMS messages    
  AT+CMGD   Delete SMS messages    
  AT+CNMI   Obtain notifications of newly received SMS messages    
  AT+CPBR   Read phonebook entries    
  AT+CPBW   Write phonebook entries    
  AT+CPBF   Search phonebook entries    
  AT+CLCK   Opening or closing facility locks    
  AT+CPWD   Changing passwords    
  AT+CMEE=n   Enable certain error messages
n= 0 disable +CME ERROR: <err> result code and use ERROR instead.
n= 1 enable +CME ERROR: <err> result code and use numeric <err> values.
N= 2 enable +CME ERROR: <err> result code and use verbose <err> values.
   
  AT+COPS=<mode>, <format>, <operator>  
Change the GSM network
<mode> is used to select whether the selection is done automatically by the ME or is forced by this command tooperator <operator> given in the format <format> and may be:
= 0 automatic (<operator> field is ignored).
= 1 manual.
= 2 deregister from network.
= 3 set only <format>.
= 4 manual / automatic (if manual selection fails, automatic mode is entered).
<format> :
= 0 long alphanumeric <operator> (default value).
= 1 short format alphanumeric <operator>.
= 2 numeric <operator>.
<operator> string type given in format <format>; this field may be up to 16 character long for long alphanumeric format, up to 8 characters for short alphanumeric format and 5 characters long for numeric format MCC/MNC codes)
   
  AT+CBST   Change bearer service type    
  AT+CRLP   Change/configure radio link protocol parameters    
  AT+CPMS   Storage of SMS messages    
  AT+CSAS   Save configurations of the GSM/GPRS modem    
  AT+CRES   Settings related to SMS messaging such as the SMS center address    
  AT+CMGF=1   Instruct the GSM / GPRS modem to operate in SMS text mode    
  AT+CMGL="ALL"   List all the messages    
  AT+CNMA   New message acknowledgement    
   
 
     
 

Change Baud Rate from 115200 to 9600

1. Start-> Accessories-> Communication-> Hyperterminal
2. Open new connection
3. "Connect using:" the correct COM port, you will see a
windows->change Bits per second to "115200"
4. Type "ATE1" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
5. Type "AT+IPR=9600" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
6. Click on "disconnect" icon
7. Go to Properties and change the Bits per second to "9600"
8. type "AT&W" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")

Then it'll be changed to 9600.

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Change Baud Rate from 9600 to 115200

1. Start-> Accessories-> Communication-> Hyperterminal
2. Open new connection
3. "Connect using:" the correct COM port, you will see a
windows->change Bits per second to "9600"
4. Type "ATE1" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
5. Type "AT+IPR=115200" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
6. Click on "disconnect" icon
7. Go to Properties and change the Bits per second to "115200"
8. Type "AT&W" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")

Then it'll be changed to 115200.

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How To Send SMS From Computer Using AT Commands With GSM/GPRS Modem

1. Plug In Your GSM/GPRS modem
2. Find out which COM Port the modem is connecting
3. Start-> Accessories-> Communication-> Hyperterminal
4. Open new connection
5. "Connect using:" the correct COM port, you will see a
windows->change Bits per second to "9600" (for GSM) "115200" (for GPRS)
6. Type "AT" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
7. Type "AT+CMGF=1" and press Enter (it'll show "ok". It is to set the GSM / GPRS modem to operate in SMS text mode. )
8. Type "AT+CMGW="+651234567" " and press Enter (it'll show ">"."+65" is country code, "1234567" is recipient's number)
9. Start typing SMS. When finished, press Ctrl + Z (it'll show "+CMGW:1", it means the message is stored as index:1 in the message storage)
10. Type "AT+CMSS=1" and press Enter (It'll show something like "+CMSS: 219". "219" is the reference no of the sent message)
11. If it shows "OK" at the end, it means the message is successfully sent.

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How To Receive SMS Using Computer With GSM/GPRS Modem

1. Plug In Your GSM/GPRS modem
2. Find out which COM Port the modem is connecting
3. Start-> Accessories-> Communication-> Hyperterminal
4. Open new connection
5. "Connect using:" the correct COM port, you will see a
windows->change Bits per second to "9600" (for GSM) "115200" (for GPRS)
6. Type "AT" and press Enter (it'll show "ok")
7. Type "AT+CMGF=1" and press Enter (it'll show "ok". It is to set the GSM / GPRS modem to operate in SMS text mode. )
8. Type "AT+CMGL="ALL" " and press Enter (there is message received, it'll show
" +CMGL: 1,"REC READ", "+651234567",,"01/01/09,09:20:20+12
Hi, How are you? " )
9. It shows "OK" at the end.

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How To Check SMS Delivery Status Report & Newly Received Message

1. Do The Step 1 To 6 As Above
2. At The Hyper Terminal, Type The Following AT Command

AT+CSMP=49,167,0,0
OK
AT+CNMI=2,2,0,1,0
OK
AT+CMGS="Mobile Number"
> Message content (Ctrl+Z)
+CMGS: 72
OK
+CDS: 6,228,"Mobile Number",129,"08/10/22,10:08:35+32","09/10/22,10:08:38+32",0
+CMT: "Mobile Number",,"08/10/22,10:09:17+32"
testing

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