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Looking for a PIC programmer to control a cellular phone

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jusplainwacky

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Hello - I'm looking for someone that can write some code for me for a PIC (Microchip), that can control a phone, such as send a text message, outdial, or whatever.
Given a certain input into the PIC, I would like the phone do do certain things, like send a text message, dial a number, redial, ect.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!
 

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Mobile Phones are like modem. What you need is a serial (RS232) connection to the mobile phone and AT command set to control. I suggest that you buy a serial data cable for the phone and try-out diffrent AT commands from the Hyperterminal (WIndows). You can get a lot of stuff regarding AT commands here and on the internet. Then you can switchover to PIC with similar code.
 

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Not all phones support AT commands. Old Nokia phones used proprietary MBUS and FBUS protocols.

Of course it is best to only use phones that support AT for this. The Gnokii project has tens of thousands of lines of C code to support old Nokia protocols.
 

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