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Topic # 9455 18-Sep-2006 14:28
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does anyone know the protocol that TNZ uses for SMS sending etc, i have client needs to send SMS from a remote alarm system.

They will use a CDMA modem most likely.






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  Reply # 46369 18-Sep-2006 14:34
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mjsit&t, are you speaking client or network? If you can be a little more specific I may be able to provide a better answer...

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  Reply # 46370 18-Sep-2006 14:37
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ok from what i can read from my clients supplier it must be the network protocol?? i guess i will need to confirm more details from client.

thx  Felix





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  Reply # 46448 19-Sep-2006 08:41
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7-bit ASCII but that is not going to help you. Each CDMA modem uses different AT commands to send a text message for example on a Wavecom modem:

AT+CMGS="027xxxxxxx"<CR>
this is my text message<CTRL-Z>




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