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    A-GPS is not working on SIM7600 Board

    Similar with this thread https://www.edaboard.com/showthread....320E&p=1608421
    Code:
    AT+CGSOCKCONT=1,"IP","LTEMOBILE.APN"
    OK
    AT+CGPSURL="supl.google.com:7276"
    OK
    AT+CGPS=1,3 //On GPS- assisted
    OK
    
    +CGPS: 0    => GPS auto close after a second
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    AT+CGPS=1,3
    OK
    AT+CGPSINFOAT+CGPSINFO
    +CGPSINFO:,,,,,,,,     =>Cannot get position because this is standalone gps
    
    OK
    
    +CGPS: 0   =>GPS auo close
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    How should I make it work? Thank you!

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    Re: A-GPS is not working on SIM7600 Board

    What is this garbage you have posted? What is the context?

    What is the error you are getting? What is your own thinking and analysis?



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    Re: A-GPS is not working on SIM7600 Board

    Quote Originally Posted by kripacharya View Post
    What is this garbage you have posted? What is the context?

    What is the error you are getting? What is your own thinking and analysis?
    Thank you for replying. As the title indicated, this is the AT command code for the Sim7600A-H GPS board.

    The problem is I followed the instruction to use the A-GPS, but failed. The GPS didn't return the location instead, it just closed itself.

    As there is no debug message, I know nothing about it. I saw a post here years ago so I wander if someone has sorted out. Not everything on the Earth is analysable, even the document/manual of this hardware doesn't specified what causes this.



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