Thanks i would appreciate it if you could email it to me my adrress is email@example.comRoma_te said:You can find all you need about SMS in the book entitled "Mobile Application Development with SMS and the SIM Toolkit" by Scott B. Guthery and Mary J. Cronin.
Unfortunatelly I could not attach it here but if you need send me request via e-mail and I will send you pdf version of this book.
Some newer Nokia phones support AT commands.Nokias use FBUS/MBUS, a little bit complicated.
Do you mean that I can't send the sms directly to the mobile phone.???The 16F84 does not have a UART so you will have to send and receive serial data in software.
You can do UART communication using 16F84. You will have to use bitbanging technique and 16F84 running at 4 MHZ, you cannot achieve good communication above 9600 baud. I would suggest you to use 16F628A which has an internal UART. Typically the default baud rated of the mobile phones are 19200 baud.seadolphine2000 said:
You must choice another PIC, such as 16F876, with it you can send SMS anh display it to LCD.greenwilly said:can anyone help me with information on how to go about doing this project im a 3rd year electrical engineering student
Actually Nokia FBUS is same as Siemens asynchronous serial communication!I think, the most easiest is to do it with Siemens mobile, because they use asynchronous serial communication. Nokias use FBUS/MBUS, a little bit complicated.