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Re: Nokia Message Type OR commands?

From: Mark V
Subject: Re: Nokia Message Type OR commands?
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 16:22:05 +1000

There is a flaw in your diagram.
How are you going to receive the menu selection from M1?
There is no DTMF decoder in your circuit, nor a EARPIECE to PC MIC/LINE IN, so you can't use DTMF decoder on PC, and the Cell (6110) does not decode digits received whilst on a call.
Mark V
----- Original Message -----
From: NKV
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 6:00 PM
Subject: Re: Nokia Message Type OR commands?

    Thanks Bozo for your indepth answers yet. I am using Windows OS as a platform and VC/VB for developing my application. Now from your last reply, there are some terms/things which I donot understands. I am stating here.
1: What is libgnokii? Where can I get it?
2: Establishing Data Calls? Do u mean M2 will automatically accept the call made by M1?
3: What is RLP subsystem?
Looking for your further help!

BORBELY Zoltan <address@hidden> wrote:

On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 07:19:34AM -0800, NKV wrote:
> I am using Nokia 6110. No microcontroller. 6110 is connected with
> PC-Serial Port via MBUS/FBUS cable. Also tell me that can I use
> derivatives of 6110? In otherwords, protocol of 6110 derivatives is same
> as 6110? I am asking this since I am facing problem in finding 6110 set.
> It is quited old set and therefore short from market.


> On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 05:06:57AM -0800, NKV wrote:
> > I am looking for Nokia Message Type or command codes
> > along with documentation. Specially a command via
> > which my Nokia mobile atttached to the PC can
> > automatically accept call i.e. Answers Call.

Ok. If you are writing a GPL licensed application, you can use libgnokii.
This is the easiest solution. Otherwise you have to implement the fbus
layer and the relevan part of the phone driver.

The exact messages depends on the phone type and the connection type.
Phones which supports datacalls (e.g. 6110, 5110) are providing the
"Call Information" messages (look into Docs/protocol/nk6110.txt for
details), otherwise you have to use the "Call commands" messages.
The "Call commands" messages are supported by the 6110, 5110 too,
but it isn't able to establish data calls. BTW if you want to establish
data calls these messages aren't enough, you have to implement the
whole RLP subsystem.


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