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Send/Receive SMS with PIC16F877

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paramesium

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hello,

is there any way to send /receive a SMS by using PIC without using GSM modem?
i heard it is possible to use GSM phone to act as a modem, but do we need to dismantle the phone? or is there any tutorial on this?

I googled and i realise bluetooth can be done to control the SMS, but how is it work actually?
please help!

thank you very very much! :grin:
 

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each mobile phones are gsm modems. If you need to communicate with gsm, modem should be an essenciel need.
If you need to communicate with phone,you require nokia popup port compatible phones. Just sent AT commands serialy @9600,8bit
 

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hi thanks for your information. however I'm not sure about the fbus and mbus. i was think we have to write the code to enable the PIC to send the AT command to the phone through the seriels port, the the phone will send msg to other people. am I right? so I using Fbus or mbus. tks
 

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