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Topic # 99790 27-Mar-2012 15:18
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SMS message to Telecom XT SIM (Garbled)


Using an Industrial GSM/GPRS Modem, when sending a message from Vodafone or Telecom Sim we get the following results:

- Sending to Vodafone NZ       WORKS

- Sending to 2degrees            WORKS

- Sending to TELECOM XT        Message arrives but text is garbage
  The words “Test message” arrives as:  TJM#ì¤Ä2sfé;V


Any ideas why Telecom XT network is giving garbled SMS message ?
 

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  Reply # 600769 27-Mar-2012 15:23
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Check what DCS the modem is using for SMS it should be 0

John



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  Reply # 600772 27-Mar-2012 15:27
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DCS, can you tell me what this relates to as i haven't heard it used before.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 600786 27-Mar-2012 15:43
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data coding scheme



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  Reply # 600811 27-Mar-2012 16:10
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The GPRS Coding Schemes state: CS1 to CS4

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  Reply # 600833 27-Mar-2012 16:48
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What is the SMS DCS?

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