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#6639 11-Feb-2006 01:16
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Hello, i have modem Wavecom M1306B Class 10. I want change DownlinK/Uplink Slots to mode Three Up/ Two Down. How i do to change this parameter with AT commands?
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  #29612 1-Mar-2006 22:44
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I think that the command you want is AT+WGPRS if that helps.

From memory the format of the command that you need to change the class is:
AT+WGPRS=4,,,X

where X=the slot class. I believe that the values for X are dependent on the version of the modem.

Nigel H.


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