GSM Modules?

Started by Andreas March 11, 2004
Hi!

I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module.
It has to be integrated with an embedded controller.
Serial communication via AT commands would be nice.
Any suggestions?

Thanx!
Andreas
Andreas wrote:
> Hi! > > I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module. > It has to be integrated with an embedded controller. > Serial communication via AT commands would be nice. > Any suggestions? > > Thanx! > Andreas
See http://www.siemens-mobile.com/cds/frontdoor/0,,hq_en_0_942,00.html and http://www.siemens-mobile.com/cds/frontdoor/0,2241,hq_en_0_954_rArNrNrNrN,00.html /Ulf
www.wavecom.com

They have tri-band modules.

Friendly yours,

Robert Lacoste - ALCIOM : The mixed signals experts
http://www.alciom.com


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> Hi! > > I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module. > It has to be integrated with an embedded controller. > Serial communication via AT commands would be nice. > Any suggestions? > > Thanx! > Andreas
Andreas schrieb:

> I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module. > It has to be integrated with an embedded controller. > Serial communication via AT commands would be nice. > Any suggestions?
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I believe this company has one at a good price, although it may or may not
be on their website yet:

    www.advantra.com



> I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module. > It has to be integrated with an embedded controller. > Serial communication via AT commands would be nice. > Any suggestions?
http://www.gsm-modem.de/pcs-module.html 1. Triband GSM 900/1800/1900. Useful for applications in the States, Canada and in a lot of countries in South America, and in countries like Thailand as well. Thailand does have a GSM operators with GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900. A list of all GSM operators with their services you will found on gsmworld.com . 2. Easy CAMERA. A few AT commands is even enough to send JPEGs by email to an email server. You just wire the CMOS camera to the GM862-PCS. Applications: - Taxi driver cameras (vehicle tracking) - Security cameras - Industrial image processing - Or what ever you like 3. LI battery charger The new starter kit board RS-EB-S2 will have an option to connect a LI battery. It is a nice feature if you plan mobile applications or if you do need a back up battery by power fault. Applications - Mobile data terminals - PDA - Handheld devices - Alarm boxes (burglar alarm) - Vehicle tracking 4. GPRS class 10 If your GSM operator does support you with class 10, then you can get a higher speed with your data transmission. www.roundsolutions.com with offices in Germany, UK and Sweden ship it worldwide. Regards Meff
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> > I'm looking for an inexpensive GSM-Tri-Band-Module. > > It has to be integrated with an embedded controller. > > Serial communication via AT commands would be nice. > > Any suggestions? >
The most popular modules in Europe seems to be Siemens, Wavecom, Nokia and Sony-Ericsson (in that order I believe) -- Best Regards, Ulf Samuelsson ulf@a-t-m-e-l.com This is a personal view which may or may not be share by my Employer Atmel Nordic AB