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request G20 / GPRS module information

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thaweesakwa

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Does anyone have information about G20 (GPRS module) of Motolora ?

please help me ....
 

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Hi,
I have this documention about G20 from motorola
 

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Hi,
Please see on post 'G18 from Motorola' file 957_MotDoc.rar.
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Developer's Guide Motorola g20 AT Commands

CONTENTS
REVISION HISTORY.........................ii
1. PREFACE
1.1 SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL...............1
1.2 WHO SHOULD USE THIS MANU1
1.3 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS............1
1.4 TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS......2
1.5 HOW THIS MANUAL IS ORGA4
2. PRODUCT FEATURES
2.1 IMPROVED OEM FEATURES..........5
2.1.1 STK..........................................5
2.1.2 TCP/UDP IP Connection.........7
2.1.3 Audio .....................................10
2.1.4 User-defined Profiles .............11
2.1.5 USB Session Output Indication
2.2 GPRS OPERATION ..........................13
2.2.1 Overview................................13
2.2.2 Features and Benefits.............13
2.2.3 Technical Description (GPRS – Class B Operation).............................................................................................13
2.3 CSD OPERATION ............................13
2.3.1 Overview................................13
2.3.2 Features and Benefits.............14
2.3.3 Technical Description............14
2.4 MUX INTEGRATION ......................14
2.4.1 Overview................................14
2.4.2 Features and Benefits.............15
2.4.3 Technical Description............16
2.5 SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE (SM16
2.5.1 Overview................................16
2.5.2 Features and Benefits.............16
2.5.3 Technical Description............16
2.6 FAX....................................................
2.6.1 Overview............................... 17
2.6.2 Features and Benefits ............ 17
2.6.3 Technical Description ........... 17
2.7 CHARACTER SETS......................... 17
2.7.1 ASCII Character Set Ma 17
2.7.2 GSM Character Set Management ......................................................................................................................... 18
2.7.3 UCS2 Character Set Management ........................................................................................................................ 18
2.7.4 UTF-8 Character Set Management ....................................................................................................................... 18
2.7.5 8859-1 Character Set M 18
2.8 AT COMMANDS SUMMARY........ 19
3. INTRODUCTION TO AT COMMANDS
3.1 AT COMMANDS OVERVIEW....... 33
3.1.1 General Symbols Used in AT Commands Description ........................................................................................ 33
3.1.2 General System Abbreviatio 34
3.2 AT COMMANDS PROTOCOL ....... 34
3.3 AT COMMANDS STRUCTURE..... 35
3.3.1 Command Structure .............. 35
3.3.2 Results Code Structure.......... 36
3.3.3 Response and Indications Structure ...................................................................................................................... 36
3.4 AT COMMANDS PROTOCOL & STRUCTURE CONFIGURATION......................................................................... 37
3.5 COMMAND TOKEN TYPES .......... 38
3.5.1 Basic Syntax Command Format ........................................................................................................................... 38
3.5.2 S-parameters.......................... 38
3.5.3 Extended Syntax Command Format ..................................................................................................................... 38
3.6 COMMAND ARGUMENT TYPES. 38
3.6.1 Numeric Constants................ 38
3.6.2 String Constants .................... 39
3.7 COMMAND MODE TYPES............ 39
3.7.1 Parameter Set Command S 39
3.7.2 Parameter Read Command Syntax ....................................................................................................................... 39
3.7.3 Parameter Test Command Syntax......................................................................................................................... 39
3.8 VALUES .......................................... 40
3.8.1 Range of Values .................... 40
3.8.2 Compound Range of Values . 40
3.9 ABORTING COMMANDS.............. 40
3.10 CORE AT COMMANDS.................. 41
4. AT COMMANDS REFERENCE
4.1 G18 BACKWARD COMPATIBI 45
4.2 MODEM ID....................................... 45
4.2.1 Subscriber Unit Identity ........ 45
4.2.2 Capability Reporting ............. 55
4.3 CALL CONTROL............................. 58
4.3.1 Managing a CSD (Data) Call 58
4.3.2 Receiving a Data Call ........... 60
4.3.3 Call Control AT Commands .
4.16.4 MUX Customer Open Source Code Packet........................................................................................................ 376
4.16.5 APIs..................................... 376
4.16.6 MUX Channels (Information Data Link Control - IDLC).................................................................................. 376
5. USING THE COMMANDS
5.1 SETTING UP THE G20 (POWER ON AND INITIAL ACTIONS).............................................................................. 393
5.2 RECOMMENDED G20 INITIALIZATION AFTER POWERUP ................................................................................ 395
5.2.1 RS232 Lines Setup.............. 396
5.2.2 Test g20 Communication .... 397
5.2.3 Basic Configuration ............ 397
5.2.4 SIM Card Status .................. 399
5.2.5 g20 Network Connection .... 400
5.2.6 Terminal Synchronization... 401
5.3 SMS ................................................. 401
5.3.1 Managing Stored Messages in the g20 Memory................................................................................................. 401
5.3.2 Setting the Notification Indication for Incoming Messages (Using AT+CNMI) ............................................... 402
5.3.3 Another Possible Option for Setting the CNMI Notification Indication ............................................................ 403
5.3.4 Writing, Saving and Sending Messages (Using AT+CMGW and AT+CMSS) ................................................. 403
5.3.5 Writing and Sending Messages (Using AT+CMGS).......................................................................................... 404
5.3.6 Deleting Messages (Using AT+CMGD)............................................................................................................. 404
5.4 CALL CONTROL........................... 405
5.4.1 Dialing Using ATD............. 405
5.4.2 Direct Dialing from Phone Book ........................................................................................................................ 406
5.4.3 Dialing the Last Number Example...................................................................................................................... 408
5.4.4 Voice Call Manipulations ... 408
5.5 DATA CALL................................... 410
5.5.1 Switching Modes (Data Mode/Command Mode)............................................................................................... 410
5.6 GPRS ............................................... 411
5.6.1 Establishing GPRS PDP Context........................................................................................................................ 411
5.7 CHANGING THE CHARACTER SET.......................................................................................................................... 412
5.8 SLEEP MODE................................. 414
5.9 STK.................................................. 415
5.9.1 Display Text/Display Idle Mode Text ................................................................................................................ 415
5.9.2 Get Inkey............................. 415
5.9.3 Get Input ............................. 415
5.9.4 Play Tone ............................ 416
5.9.5 Set Up Menu ....................... 416
5.9.6 Select Item........................... 416
5.9.7 Send SMS............................ 417
5.9.8 Set Up Call .......................... 417
5.9.9 Call Control......................... 417
5.9.10 Send DTFM......................... 418
5.9.11 Launch Browser .................. 419
5.9.12 Setup Event List.................. 419
5.10 TCP/IP ............................................. 419
5.10.1 TCP Data Transfer Example ............................................................................................................................... 419
5.10.2 Multi-point Data Transfer Example.................................................................................................................... 421
5.5.10.4 Error in Reopening a Valid Socket ..................................................................................................................... 423
5.11 AUDIO ............................................ 423
5.11.1 Scenarios for Setting Up Handset Mode or Handsfree Mode............................................................................. 423
6. TOOLS
6.1 TOOLS OVERVIEW...................... 425
6.2 PC DRIVER .................................... 425
6.2.1 Overview............................. 425
6.2.2 Fax Communication by Standard 19200 bps Modem......................................................................................... 425
6.2.3 Establishing GPRS PDP Context (Using GPRS Manager) ................................................................................ 426
A. REFERENCE TABLES
A.1 AT COMMANDS ALPHABETICAL SUMMARY ...................................................................................................... 427
A.2 CHARACTER SET TABLE CS1: (GSM -> UCS-2) ..................................................................................................... 438
A.3 CHARACTER SET TABLE CS2: (ASCII <-> UTF-8) ................................................................................................. 442
A.4 CHARACTER SET TABLE CS3: (UCS-2 <-> UTF-8)................................................................................................. 442
A.5 CHARACTER SET TABLE CS6: (UCS-2 FULL TABLE) .......................................................................................... 443
A.6 CHARACTER SET TABLE CS7: (ASCII TABLE) ...................................................................................................... 44310.3 Xoff and Xon Example ....... 422
 

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I have full document such as at command,cellur engine description and so on
if you need,leave your email here.
 

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locating motorola g20

Dear all,

Can someone direct me to where I can locate 1 of Motorola G20 data Communication module?

I need to get 1 for a project test. I am in California, USA.

Much appreciated for any leads.

Hok

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Hi,
Any body have some sample code for sending fax thru GSM/GPRS modem using AT commands? Could you pls post it here or mail me at byjuchacko@yahoo.com .
Any help on AT commands for FAX will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Byju.
 

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