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GPRS mobile equipment and TCP/IP enabled microcontrollers

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gprs mobile and ip devices

Hi,


What would be necessary to establish a connection between a microcontroller connected to a GPRS enabled device like the modern GSM terminals and some other point which is also GPRS or TCP/IP(I am not sure about this) enabled like a PC? Is it enough for the PC to be connected to Internet and this remote station with the GPRS mobile terminal can reach it? What would be the function of a TCP/IP stack and how to implement it with an ordinary microcontroller like a 8051 or similar? I hope you understand me, I would like to know some details regarding a network composed from GPRS and TCP/IP devices: this is a completely new concept for me, because I am used to UART transmissions, SMS messages and simple protocols etc..


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equipments of tcp/ip

hi
use sim300 module
because it have tcp protocol to establish connection to gprs network
see it's datasheet & useful data in froum
 

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