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DM562AP
Integrated Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone Modem
Operation Manual &
AT Command Set
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
■ Introduction
■ Modem Package
■ The Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone External
Modem
Chapter 2: Installation
■ Selecting a Communication Port
■ Installing the Modem
■ Connecting the Modem to the Telephone Line
■ Installing a Software Package
■ Checking the Installation
■ Initialization String Set-up
Chapter 3: AT commands and S Registers
■ Functional States
■ Configuration Profiles
■ AT Command Syntax
■ AT Command set
Part I: Data command
a. General Command
b. V.42bis / MNP 5 Command
c. Result Code
Part II: Fax Command
a. Fax V.17 Class 1 Command
b. Fax V.34 Class 1 Command
c. V.34 Fax Sample Session
d. V.34 Fax Half-Duplex and T.30
Annex F Procedure service Class 1
Part III: Voice Command
a. Voice Command
b. Shielded Command
Part IV: S Registers
■ Status Register Summary
Chapter 4: Troubleshooting
■ Software Settings
■ Troubleshooting Procedures
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FCC Regulations
FCC part 68: Requirements for End Users
The following FCC rules must be observed when using
the Modem. The modem must not be connected to a
party line (a telephone line shared by two or more
subscribers) or coin-operated telephone. If trouble is
experienced, the modem must be disconnected from
the telephone line to determine the cause of the
problem and may be reconnected only after the problem
is corrected. The modem must not replace your
telephone. There must be at least one telephone
connected to your telephone line. If you have only one
telephone wall outlet, you can satisfy this requirement
by connecting your telephone to the PHONE jack on the
modem.
You must notify your local telephone company that you
will be installing an FCC registered device on your
telephone line. If requested, you must provide the
telephone company with the following information:
•
The telephone number of the line connected to your
modem.
•
•
The FCC registration number:
or
•
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The FCC ID:
or
•
The ringer equivalence number:
FCC Part 15: Radio/TV Interference
The equipment described in this manual generates and
uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and
used properly (that is, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer instructions) may cause interference to
radio and television reception. This equipment has been
tested and complies with the limits for Class B
computing devices in accordance with the
specifications in Subpart J, Part 15, of FCC rules. These
rules are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential environment.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause interference to radio or television, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
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user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
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Reorienting the receiving antenna
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Relocating the modem with respect to the receiver
•
Moving the modem away from the receiver
•
Plugging the modem into a different outlet so that
the modem and receiver are connected to different
branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions. Users may also wish to consult the booklet
ow to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference
Problems” prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission. This booklet is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402,
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
FCC Requirements for Consumer Products
(1) This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC
rules. On the side of this equipment is a label that
contains, among other information, the FCC
registration number and Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested,
provide this information to your telephone company.
(2) The REN is used to determine the quantity of
devices you may connect to your telephone line
such that all of the devices ring when the number is
called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the
RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5.0).
To be certain of the number of devices you may
connect to your line, as determined by the REN, call
your company to determine the maximum REN for
your calling area.
(3) If your modem causes harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company may discontinue
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your service temporarily. If possible, the telephone
(5) If you experience trouble with this modem, contact
company will notify you in advance. If advance
notice is not possible, you will be notified as soon as
possible. You will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC.
(4) Your telephone company may make changes in its
facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
could affect the proper operation of your equipment.
If such changes are planned, you will be given
advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to
maintain uninterrupted service.
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your dealer for repair/warranty information. The
telephone company may ask you to disconnect this
equipment from the network until the problem has
been corrected or you are sure that the equipment
is not malfunctioning.
(6) Repairs that customers can make include replacing
fuses or plug-in cards.
(7) This equipment may not be used on coin service
telephones provided by the telephone company.
Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs.
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Introduction
Modem Package
This Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone Modem Is a
personal computer external modem, special made for
the RS-232 com port in the IBM compatible Personal
computers. It supports the Plug and Play (PnP) function
to make the installation real easy for you.
In addition to the modem itself, the modem package
includes the following:
• This user's manual
• A communication software package (including a
manual)
• A RS-232 Cable
• An RJ-11C phone cord
• A setup floppy diskette
• A warranty card
As a data modem, it serves as a communication link
between your computer and a remote computer,
allowing you to transmit or receive data over the
telephone lines. And it is compatible with the ITU-T V.90
(56,000 bits per second), ITU-T V.34+ (33,600 bits per
second), CCITT V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22, V.21, and
Bell 103, 212 standards, and provides line speeds from
56000 bits per second to 300 bits per second. However,
due to FCC rules which restrict power of internet service
provider modem, current download speeds are limited
to 53Kbps.
As a Fax modem, it lets you to use your computer as a
fax machine, transmitting documents to and receiving
them from remote fax machines and/or fax modems. It
is compatible with CCITT V.17, V29, V.27ter and Group
3 Fax standards, provides line speeds from 14,400 to
2,400 bits per second, and sends and receives faxes
using class 2 fax commands.
As Voice modem (if hardware supports), it provides the
answer machine functions, recording a voice message,
playing pre-recorded message back, and recording the
message from remote telephone users.
As Speakerphone modem (if hardware supports), it
provides the all functions as Voice modem above and
with external speaker and microphone, it provides user
the hand free and conference speaker phone functions.
After you unpack the modem, check it for shipping
damage. Rough handling during shipping causes most
early modem failures. If you notice any damage, contact
your dealer.
The Modem
Before reading chapter 2, which describes how to install
the modem, take a moment to examine the jacks on the
rear of the modem.
There are two jacks on the rear of the modem. One is
labeled as "LINE", which is to plug in the supplied RJ11C phone cord and the other end is to plug into the
phone jack in the wall. The other jack is labeled as
"PHONE", which is to connect your telephone set to the
modem or your other telephone devices, so that you
may use the same wall jack for both the modem and the
devices you original use without change your original
telephone device setup. Please refer to FCC
Regulations at the beginning of this manual for the
important rules and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
information.
The Modem functions as a 56,000 bits per data modem,
a 14,400 bits per second fax modem with 115,200 bits
per second data rate to and from your computer.
This manual explains how to set up and install the
Modem and operates the modem using the AT
command set.
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Chapter 2: Installation
This chapter explains how to install your modem and
check whether it is working correctly. To install the
modem you need to perform the following simple steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Turn off your computer and any attached devices,
such as a printer.
Connect the serial cable to the modem and to the
computer. When looking for the serial port on the
back of your computer, look for labels marked
COM1 or COM2.
Plug and the power adapter into a standard wall
outlet and insert its plug into the power jack on the
modem.
Connect the modem to the telephone line in the wall
jack. If you wish, you may also connect a telephone
set or your telephone devices to the modem
through the "PHONE" jack on the modem.
Turn on your modem, then turn on your computer
and Peripherals.
Set up your modem.
a. For Windows 95/98 and NT, follow "New
Hardware Found" window to complete the
installation of modem.
b. For other system, please refer to the following
specified procedures.
Install a communication software package and
setup the software to operate the modem.
Checking the Installation.
package into the jack, marked as "LINE" jack on the
bracket of the modem, and the other end of phone cord
to the phone jack in the wall.
If you wish, you may connect a telephone set or your
telephone devices to the modem so that both modem
and your telephone devices are connected to a single
wall jack. To connect your telephone devices to modem,
simply plug the modular phone cord of your telephone
devices into the "PHONE" jack on the bracket of the
modem.
5. Turn on the modem and PC
6. Setup your modem
6.a Windows 95 or Windows NT
If your system OS is either Windows 95/98 or
Windows NT, after the step 7, Power up your
computer, you will notice that your computer display
"New Hardware Found" window to prompt you to
setup the new hardware, namely, modem. Follow
the prompt and choose "Have Disk" option, insert
the floppy diskette in the package in the drive and
select that drive. Click OK. your modem is
automatically set up.
6.b Windows 3.x or DOS
1. If your system is not provide the Plug and Play
(PnP) functions, such as Windows 3.x or DOS,
the COM port is decided by the com port you
connected
Each of these steps is explained in details below.
1. Turn off computer and attached devices.
2. Connect the serial cable
The serial cable may be 9-pin or 25-pin.
3. Plug the power adapter
Warning! Do not use other adapter not offered by
original Manufacturer.
4. Connect the Modem to the Telephone Line
Once the modem is installed in your computer, you are
ready to connect the modem to telephone jack on the
wall. To connect the modem to the telephone line, plug
one end of provided RJ-11C phone cord in the modem
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7. Installing a Software Package
Once you have the external modem, you can install a
communication software package on your computer. ( A
software package is provided with the modem. Of cause
you may use a different software package of your
choice.) You will need the communication software to
operate the modem. (The modem may also be operate
by using the AT commands, described later in this
manual.)
When configuring the software applications, take note
of the following:
1. The setting for "baud rate" in the software
application should be set to 115,200, the highest
supported by the modem. Unless you have special
reason not to. This setting refers to DTE speed ( the
speed with which your computer communicates
with the modem), not the speed of the modem
supported for connection with other modems.
2. Select "RTS?CTS" or "hardware " flow control
handshaking in the software application. This will
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4.
guarantee the sent data and received data can be
handled by your computer, without lose any of data.
If you are using Microsoft Windows, check the port
parameters in the Control Panel. Select "hardware"
and the appropriate baud rate.
If you are using a software package other than the
one included with your modem and the name of
your modem does not appear on the modem list in
the software, choose either "generic" or "Hayes
compatible" for the type of modem. Select "error
correction" if it is available.
displaying the letters "OK" one the computer
screen. If the modem does not respond or if the
software can not enter terminal mode, the
communication port setting of modem may conflict
with that of another serial device in your system. In
this case, you will need to adjust the settings to
different one.
If the "AT" is not displayed when you type it, the
local echo function may be off. To turn it back on,
type "ATE1" and carriage return.
If double characters appear on the screen, both
your modem and software are set to local echo on;
in this case disable the local echo function in your
software application, or you can type "ATE0" and
carriage return to turn the modem's local echo off.
8. Checking the Installation
If you have a telephone set connected to the modem,
pick up the receiver and check whether you hear a
normal dial tone. If you do not, confirm that the wall line
is properly connected to the modem and that the
telephone set is plugged securely into PHONE jack on
the modem.
You may like to check the modem is properly set up or
not. Here is what you have to do.
8.a Windows 95/98 or Windows NT
Click START,
Move mouse to SETTINGS,
Click on CONTROL PENAL,
Double click on the MODEMS icon,
MODEMS PROPERTIES shows up,
Select GENERAL tab, you should see the new
modem is added to the list.
7. Select DIAGOSTICS tab, you will see the new
modem is list on one of the port.
8. Close MODEMS PROPERTIES,
9. Close CONTROL PENAL,
10. Click START again,
11. Move mouse to PROGRAMS, ACCESSORIES,
HYPER TERMIANL,
12. Double click HYPERTRM.EXE,
13. NEW CONNECTION - HYPER TERMINAL and
CONNECTION DESCRIPTION windows show
up,
14. Follow the prompt to make your first
connection.
8.b Windows 3.x or DOS
Run the communication software provided with the
modem. Put the computer in terminal emulation
mode, so that the computer functions as a terminal.
To check whether your computer and modem are
communicating properly, either enter "AT" and
carriage return. The modem should respond by
1.
2.
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If you suspect a problem with modem or the
telephone line after installation, disconnect the
modem until you determine the source of the
problem.
Initialization String Set-up
The following initialization string is suitable for most
applications. You may make additions as appropriate.
AT &F E0 V1 &D2 &C1 \V1 S0=0 <cr>
Note:
Some application program does not allow for
spaces between commands.
b. Some application program may have to replace
carriage return to ^M or a\ to the end of string.
c. Some commercial service nodes do not like data
compression. If you do not connect or connections
is sluggish, include %C0 to disable the data
compression.
a.
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Chapter 3: AT commands and S Registers
Functional States
Configuration Profiles
AT Command Syntax
AT Command Summary
AT Command set
Status Register Summary
AT Command Set Result Codes
Example
Other Important Settings
The modem supports an extended Hayes AT command
set that allows you to adjust the modem's operating
parameters and initiate calls. This chapter describes
how to operate the modem from a personal computer or
a terminal keyboard using AT commands.
Functional States
In AT command operating environment, the modem has
four functional states:
The command state,
The wait-for-carrier state,
The on-line state, and
The on-line command state.
In the command state, the modem accepts AT
commands form the terminal, allowing you to configure
the modem and dial telephone numbers. When the
modem is powered on, it defaults to the command state.
After modem dials a number, it enters a transition state,
called the wait-for carrier state and waits for a carrier
signal from the remote modem. If the modem does not
detect a carrier signal within a preset time period (this
period is defined by the value of S7 register), it
abandons the call and re-enters the command state.
You can also cause the modem to exit the wait-forcarrier state and return to the command state by
pressing any key on the keyboard, causing a dial abort
action.
If modem detects a valid carrier signal, it connects with
the remote modem, according to the best negotiation
speed decided by both modems, and enters the on-line
state. In this case, the modem transmits data
asynchronously. If the carrier signal is lost or
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intentionally dropped the connection, the modem hangs
up and re-enters the command state.
While the modem is on line, you can temporarily exit the
on-line state, and enter the on-line command state, from
which limit set of AT commands can be entered to
interrogate the modem current settings and make sure
the connection is what is supposed to be and to
disconnect the line gracefully.
To enter the on-line command state, wait 1 second, type
+++, wait another 1 second, and type AT, carriage
return (this procedure is called Time Independent
Escape Sequence, TIES). The first valid AT commands
entered while the modem in the on-line command state
will be executed just as they would be executed in the
command state. If the first command is Invalid in this
state, it will cause modem be to on-line state and you
will have on-line connect message shown on the
screen.
After the first command is accepted and in the on-line
command state, the rest AT commands will accepted
with OK or rejected with ERROR and stay in this state
until
1. You issue ATO command to re-enter the on-line
state,
2. You issue ATH to drop the connection and back to
command state,
3. Connection is disconnected and the modem go
back to command,
4. Application program request modem to disconnect
and go back to command state.
Configuration Profiles
A configuration profile refers to a complete set of
operation parameters for the modem. The operating
parameters in use at any one time are referred to as
active profile. The active profile is stored in RAM in the
modem and it may be viewed by entering AT&V. Each
time the modem powers up, the active profile is loaded
with profile 0 or 1 at the time modem was last powered
off
You can store the active profile into profile 0 or profile 1
and into the non-volatile memory (EEPROM) by
entering AT&W0 or AT&W1. So next time the modem is
powered up, you can assume the profile while you left
off.
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The factory default profile, which is stored in ROM in the
modem, consists of the operating parameters most
commonly used for data communication and is
satisfactory for the needs of most users. The default
profile can be reload into active profile by entering
AT&F9.
AT Command Syntax
With two exceptions, all AT commands are prefixed with
AT (uppercase or lowercase, even, odd, none, mark or
space parity do not matter), which stands for
"ATtention", command body, list in the following
sections, and command line terminator, most commonly
used is carriage return.
The two exceptions are the "A/" command, which is
used to repeat the last command, and the "+++", which
cause modem goes into on-line command state.
There are 40 characters length limitation post on every
single command line. Any command line exceeds this
limitation will result an ERROR result.
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AT Command set
feature and prevent you from returning to the
Command Mode. Please refer to S2 and S12.
PART I : Data COMMAND SET
General Command
A/
AT
Repeat the last executed AT command
Do not precede A/ with AT or follow with
ENTER.
Attention Characters.
'AT' character pairs always at the beginning of
each command line, except 'A/', which is to
repeat the last executed AT command.
Note: The following commands always have to
precede with 'AT' attention character pair, if it is
the first command in the command line.
A
Manually answer incoming call.
D
Dial (Originate a Call).
The following modifiers can be used in the dial
string:
0-9,#,* Dialing digits. Touch Tone dial
characters.
P
Pulse dialing.
T
Touch Tone dialing.
W
Wait for second dial tone.
,
Pause (programmable by S8).
^
Enable 1300 Hz calling tone.
!
Flash (delay 500 ms).
;
Return to command mode.
DS=n
Dial stored number.
Dials one of three telephone numbers (n =
0,1 or 2) which is stored in the modem's
nonvolatile memory via AT&Zn=x command.
En
E0
E1*
Command Echo.
Disables command echo.
Enables Command echo.
+++
Default Escape Character.
To switch from data mode to command mode,
you can pause one second and type '+++'. Do
not follow with carriage return. The default
ASCII character '+' is decimal 43. You can
change register S2 to any value from 0 to 255.
Values greater than 127 disable the escape
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Hn
H0*
H1
Hook control.
Modem is on-hook (disconnect from line).
Modem is off-hook (connect to line).
In
I0*
I1
I2
I3
I4
Identification.
Display product-identification code.
Factory set.
Internal memory test.
Firmware version 1.
Firmware version 2.
Ln
L0
L1
L2*
L3
Volume Control.
Speaker volume off.
Low speaker volume.
Medium speaker volume.
Loud speaker volume.
Mn
M0
M1*
M2
M3
Speaker Control.
Speaker off.
Speaker on until carrier detected.
Speaker always on.
Speaker on until carrier detected and off while
dialing.
Nn
N0
Auto mode Selection.
Disable auto mode. Modem connect speed is
fixed according to AT*Nn setting.
Enable adaptive connect speed (always
connect at the highest compatible speed).
N1*
On
O0*
O1
Return to Data Mode Selection.
Return to Data Mode.
Return to Data Mode and initiate a retrain.
Qn
Q0*
Q1
Modem Response Selection.
Modem sends responses.
Modem does not send responses.
Sr?
Reads Register r Value.
r is 0 to 97.
Sr=n
Set Register r to Value n.
r is 0 to 97, n is 0 to 255.
Un
V.34 Control.
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U0
U1
U2
U3*
Disable V.34 when AT*N1 - AT*N6.
Enable V.34.
Enable V.34 aggressive connection
Enable V.90
&D2*
Modem hangs up, returns to the Command
Mode, and prepares for asynchronous
operation following an ON-to-OFF Data
Terminal Ready transition.
Vn
V0
V1*
Responses Selection.
Numeric responses.
Verbose (text) responses.
&D3
Modem resets following an ON-to-OFF Data
Terminal Ready transition and retrieves modem
default configuration (Same as ATZ).
Wn
W0
W1*
DTE/DCE Speed Response Selection.
Display DCE connection rate
Display DTE connection rate
&F9
Xn
X0
X1
Response Set Selection (See table 1).
Report basic call progress result codes.
Report basic call progress result code and
connection speeds, disable dial tone and
busy tone detection.
Report basic call progress result code and
connection speeds, disable busy tone detection
only.
Report basic call progress result codes and
connection speeds, disable dial tone detection
only.
Report all call progress result code and
connection rate.
Load Modem Factory Default Configuration
Restores the modem to the default operating
characteristics.
Load Modem Factory Default Configuration
Restores the modem to the default operating
characteristics.
&F
X2
X3
X4*
&Kn
&K0
&K3*
&K4
&K5
Flow Control Selection.
Disable Local flow control.
Selects RTS\CTS hardware flow control.
Selects XON\XOFF in-band flow control.
Selects Transparent XON\XOFF in-band flow
control.
&Pn
&P0*
Make/Break Ratio.
US setting for off-hook (make) to on-hook
(break) ratio.
UK and Hong Kong setting for off-hook to onhook ratio.
&P1
Yn
Y0*
Y1
Zn
Z0*
Z1
&Cn
&C0
&C1*
&Dn
&D0
&D1
Long Space Disconnect Selection.
Disables long space disconnect. Modem does
not send or respond to long space disconnect.
Enables long space disconnect. Modem sends
break signal for 4 seconds before disconnect or
will disconnect after receiving 1.6 seconds of
break from remote modem.
Reset and Profile Retrieve Selection
Reset modem and retrieve active configuration
profile from stored configuration profile 0.
Reset modem and retrieve active configuration
profile from stored configuration profile 1.
Carrier Output Selection.
Keep Data Carrier Detect (DCD) signal always
ON.
Set Data Carrier Detect (DCD) signal according
to remote modem data carrier signal.
Data Terminal Ready (DTR) Signal Handling.
Modem ignores the Data Terminal Ready signal
from host.
Modem returns to Command Mode and
asynchronous operation following an ON-toOFF Data Terminal Ready transition.
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&Rn
&R0
&R1
&R2*
Clear To Send (CTS) Signal Selection.
Modem turns on the Clear To Send signal when
it detects the Request To Send (RTS) signal
from host.
Modem ignores the Request To Send signal
and turns on its Clear To Send signal when
ready to receive data.
Clear To Send force on.
&Sn
&S0*
&S1
Data Set Ready (DSR) Signal Selection.
Data Set Ready is forced on.
Data Set Ready to operate according to RS232 specification.
&Tn
&T0*
&T1
Test Selection.
Terminates test in progress.
Performs Local Analog Loopback Test.
&V
Configuration Profile Display Selection.
&Wn
&W0*
Active Configuration Profile Store Selection.
Stores active configuration profile in
configuration profile 0.
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Stores active configuration profile in
configuration profile 1.
*N35
*N36
Selects connect speed V.90 54666bps
Selects connect speed V.90 56000bps
&Yn
Selection of the Active Configuration After
Power-On or Reset.
Retrieves configuration profile 0 as the active
configuration profile when the Modem is turned
on or is reset.
Retrieves configuration profile 1 as the active
configuration profile when the Modem is turned
on or is reset.
*Qn
*Q0
*Q1*
Auto Retrain Selection.
Disables auto retrain.
Enables auto retrain.
*Xn
*X0*
*X1
*X2
*X3
*X4
*X5
*X6
*X7
*X8
*X9
*X10
*X11
*X12
*X13
*X14
*X15
Transmission Level Selection.
Selects output level -11dBm.
Selects output level -12dBm.
Selects output level -13dBm.
Selects output level -14dBm.
Selects output level -15dBm.
Selects output level -16dBm.
Selects output level -17dBm.
Selects output level -18dBm.
Selects output level -19dBm.
Selects output level -20dBm.
Selects output level -21dBm.
Selects output level -22dBm.
Selects output level -23dBm.
Selects output level -24dBm.
Selects output level -25dBm.
Selects output level -26dBm.
&Y0*
&Y1*
&Zn=x Store Telephone Numbers in Nonvolatile
Memory. Stores three telephone numbers, 31
characters each, in the non-volatile memory.
Uses ATDS=n to dial or to use AT&M2 for
synchronous data mode.
*Gn
*G0
*G1*
Adaptive Handshake Selection.
Disables adaptive protocol handshake.
Enables adaptive protocol handshake.
*Nn
*N0
*N1
*N2
*N3
*N4
*N5
*N6
*N7
*N8
*N9
*N10
*N11
*N12
*N13
*N14
*N15
*N16
*N17
*N19*
*N22
*N25
*N26
*N27
*N28
*N29
*N30
*N31
*N32
*N33
*N34
Connect Speed Selection.
Selects connect speed 1200bps.
Selects connect speed 2400bps.
Selects connect speed 4800bps.
selects connect speed 7200bps.
Selects connect speed 9600bps.
Selects connect speed 12000bps.
Selects connect speed 14400bps.
Selects connect speed 16800bps.
Selects connect speed 19200bps.
Selects connect speed 21600bps.
Selects connect speed 24000bps.
Selects connect speed 26400bps.
Selects connect speed 28800bps.
Selects connect speed 31200bps.
Selects connect speed 33600bps.
Selects connect speed 1200/75bps.
Selects connect speed 300bps (V.21).
Selects connect speed 300bps (Bell 103).
Selects connect speed V.90 33333bps
Selects connect speed V.90 37333bps
Selects connect speed V.90 41333bps
Selects connect speed V.90 42666bps
Selects connect speed V.90 44000bps
Selects connect speed V.90 45333bps
Selects connect speed V.90 46666bps
Selects connect speed V.90 48000bps
Selects connect speed V.90 49333bps
Selects connect speed V.90 50666bps
Selects connect speed V.90 52000bps
Selects connect speed V.90 53333bps
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%An
Set Auto-Reliable Fall Back Character
Set auto-reliable fall back character to n (n = 0
to 127).
%Cn
%C0
%C1*
Data Compression.
Disables data compression.
Enables data compression.
\An
\A0
\A1
\A2
\A3*
MNP Block Size Selection.
Selected 64-character maximum block size.
Selected 128-character maximum block size.
Selected 192-character maximum block size.
Selected 256-character maximum block size.
\Bn
Set Line Break.
Send a n/10 seconds line break to the modem
(n = 0 to 9). Default = 3. Break length always
300 msec for MNP mode.
\En
\E0*
\E1
Normal Mode Data Echo Selection.
Disables data echo during a normal link.
Enables data echo during a normal link.
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\Jn
\J0*
\J1
\Kn
\K0
\K1
\K2
\K3
\K4
\K5*
\Nn
\N0
\N1
\N2
\N3
\N4
\N5*
\N6
\N7
DTE Baud Rate Adjustment Selection.
Disables DTE rate adjustment. DTE rate is
constant regardless of data link speed.
Enables DTE rate adjustment. DTE matches
data link speed
Break Control Selection.
Enters the Command Mode, but does not send
a Break to remote modem. (To send a Break
after use the \B command).
Empty data buffers and immediately sends a
Break to remote.
Same as AT\K0.
Immediately send a Break.
Same as AT\K0.
Send a Break in sequence with any data
received from host.
Data Link Selection.
Selects Normal data link.
Selects Direct data link.
Selects MNP Reliable link only.
Selects MNP Auto-reliable link.
Selects V.42 reliable link with phase detection.
Selects V.42 auto-reliable link with phase
detection.
Selects V.42 reliable link without phase
detection.
Selects V.42 auto-reliable link without phase
detection.
\Qn
\Q0
\Q1
\Q2
\Q3*
\Tn
Flow Control Selection.
Disables flow control.
Selects XON\XOFF in-band flow control.
Selects CTS hardware flow control.
Selects RTS\CTS hardware flow control.
Set Inactive Timer.
Set inactivity timer to n minutes (n = 0 to 90).
Default = 0.
\Vn
\V0
\V1*
V42/MNP Extended Response Selection.
Disables V42/MNP extended responses.
Enables V42/MNP extended responses.
\Xn
\X0*
\X1
XON\XOFF Pass-through Selection.
Process XON\XOFF and don't pass through.
Processes XON\XOFF and pass through.
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Result Code (Table 1)
Long Form
ATXn
Short Form
n value in
0 1 2 3 4
OK
CONNECT
RING
NO CARRIER
ERROR
x x
CONNECT 1200
NO DAILTONE
BUSY
NO ANSWER
CONNECT 600
CONNECT 2400
CONNECT 4800
CONNECT 9600
CONNECT 7200
CONNECT 12000
CONNECT 14400
CONNECT 19200
CONNECT 38400
CONNECT 57600
CONNECT 115200
CONNECT 1200RX/75TX
CONNECT 75TX/1200RX
RINGBACK
CONNECT BELL 300
CONNECT V21
0
1
2
3
x
x
x
x
4
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x x
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
x x x x
x
x
x x
x x
x x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
x x x x
CONNECT 34666
CONNECT 36000
CONNECT 37333
CONNECT 38666
CONNECT 40000
CONNECT 41333
CONNECT 42666
CONNECT 44000
CONNECT 45333
CONNECT 46666
CONNECT 48000
CONNECT 49333
CONNECT 50666
CONNECT 52000
CONNECT 53333
CONNECT 54666
CONNECT 56000
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
( Display DCE speed by ATW0 )
CONNECT 16800
CONNECT 19200
CONNECT 21600
CONNECT 24000
CONNECT 26400
CONNECT 28800
CONNECT 31200
CONNECT 33600
CONNECT 28000
CONNECT 29333
CONNECT 30666
CONNECT 32000
CONNECT 33333
14
15
16
17
21
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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PART II : FAX Command
Fax V.17 Class 1 Command
+FTM=n
+FCLASS=n
+FCLASS=0
+FCLASS=1
+FCLASS=8
Data, Fax or Voice Mode Selection.
Selects Data mode operation.
Selects Fax Class 1 mode operation.
Selects voice mode operation.
Data/Fax Auto answer.
Disables Fax Auto Answer operation
Enables Auto detection of Data or Fax
operations.
+FAE=n
+FAE=0
+FAE=1
+F<command>?
+FAE?
+FCLASS?
Report active configuration.
0 if auto answer is disabled;
1 if auto answer is enabled
0 if wet select data mode;
1 if wet select Fax class 1 mode;
8 if wet select voice mode;
+F<command>?
+FAE=?
0,1
+FCLASS=?
0,1,8
+FTM=24
+FTM=48
+FTM=72
+FTM=73
+FTM=74
+FTM=96
+FTM=97
+FTM=98
+FTM=121
+FTM=122
+FTM=145
+FTM=146
.
+FRM=n
Report operating capabilities.
+FTM=?
24,48,72,73,74,96,97,98,121,122,145,146
+FRM=?
24,48,72,73,74,96,97,98,121,122,145,146
+FMI?
Request Manufacturer Information.
+FMM?
Request Model Information.
+FREV?
Request Revision Information.
+FTS=n
Stop transmit and wait for the specified
amount of time and then sends OK
result code to the DTE.
+FRS=n
This command causes the DCE to
listen and to report back an OK result
code when silence has been present
on the line for the amount of time
specified.
+FRM=24
+FRM=48
+FRM=72
+FRM=73
+FRM=74
+FRM=96
+FRM=97
+FRM=98
+FRM=121
+FRM=122
+FRM=145
+FRM=146
+FTH=n
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Transmit data using the modulation
defined below. An ERROR response
code results if this command is issued
while the modem is on-hook.
V.27 ter 2400bps
V.27 ter 4800bps
V.29 ter 7200bps
V.17 ter 7200bps long
V.17 ter 7200bps short
V.29 ter 9600bps
V.17 ter 9600bps long
V.17 ter 9600bps short
V.17 ter 12000bps long
V.17 ter 12000bps short
V.17 ter 14400bps long
V.17 ter 14400bps short
Receive data. An ERROR response
code results if this command is issued
while the modem is on-hook.
V.27 ter 2400bps
V.27 ter 4800bps
V.29 ter 7200bps
V.17 ter 7200bps long
V.17 ter 7200bps short
V.29 ter 9600bps
V.17 ter 9600bps long
V.17 ter 9600bps short
V.17 ter 12000bps long
V.17 ter 12000bps short
V.17 ter 14400bps long
V.17 ter 14400bps short
Transmit data with HDLC framing. An
ERROR response code results if this
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+FTH=3
V.21 channel 2 300bps
+FTH=24
V.27 ter 2400bps
+FTH=48
V.27 ter 4800bps
+FTH=72
V.29 ter 7200bps
+FTH=73
V.17 ter 7200bps long
+FTH=74
V.17 ter 7200bps short
+FTH=96
V.29 ter 9600bps
+FTH=97
V.17 ter 9600bps long
+FTH=98
V.17 ter 9600bps short
+FTH=121
V.17 ter 12000bps long
+FTH=122
V.17 ter 12000bps short
+FTH=145
V.17 ter 14400bps long
+FTH=146
V.17 ter 14400bps short
with the absence of selected carrier, or
character abort.
Recevie data with HDLC framing. An
ERROR response code results if this
command is issued while the modem is
on-hook.
+FRH=3
V.21 channel 2 300bps
+FRH=24
V.27 ter 2400bps
+FRH=48
V.27 ter 4800bps
+FRH=72
V.29 ter 7200bps
+FRH=73
V.17 ter 7200bps long
+FRH=74
V.17 ter 7200bps short
+FRH=96
V.29 ter 9600bps
+FRH=97
V.17 ter 9600bps long
+FRH=98
V.17 ter 9600bps short
+FRH=121
V.17 ter 12000bps long
+FRH=122
V.17 ter 12000bps short
+FRH=145
V.17 ter 14400bps long
+FRH=146
V.17 ter 14400bps short
+FRH=n
The Fax class 1 mode Result codes are:
OK
Command valid and executed successfully.
ERROR
Command error and can not be
executed.
CONNECT
The DCE has entered the data transfer
state.
NO CARRIER The selected carrier is not being
received. Possible causes include –
loss of carrier within default or DTE
specified time-out, time-out associated
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Fax V.34 Class 1 Command
+FCLASS=n
+FCLASS=0
+FCLASS=1
+FCLASS=8
+FAE=n
+FAE=0
+FAE=1
Data, Fax or Voice Mode Selection.
Selects Data mode operation.
Selects Fax Class 1 mode operation.
Selects voice mode operation.
Data/Fax Auto answer.
Disables Fax Auto Answer operation.
Enables Auto detection of Data or Fax
operations.
+A8M=<hexadecimal coded CM or JM octet string>
This command directs the DCE to send a V.8
CM or JM signal using the specified exadecimal
coded string.
+A8J:<value>
This indication is issued by either DCE, +A8J:1
indicates CJ; +A8J:0 indicates that the DCE
timed out waiting for a CJ signal.
+F34= [<maxp>][,[<minp>][,<prefc>]]
Default values: 0,0,0 no preference specified;
data rate limits determined by DCE.
<maxp> is the maximum rate that the DCE
may use for the primary channel, Valid nonzero <maxp> values range from 1 (2400 bit/s)
to 14 (33 600 bit/s).
<DLE><ferr>
<07H> End of HDLC frame with
FCS error
<DLE><EOT>
<DLE><pri>
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><mark>
<04H>
<6BH>
<6DH>
<68H>
<DLE><rtnc>
End transmission
Select primary channel
Select control channel
Initiate termination of
send
<69H> Request control channel
retrain
V.34 control channel rate request/indication.
<DLE><c12> <6EH> 1200 bit/s
<DLE><c24> <6FH> 2400 bit/s
V.34 primary channel rate request/indication.
<DLE><p24>
<70H>
2 400 bit/s
<DLE><p48>
<71H>
4 800 bit/s
<DLE><p72>
<72H>
7 200 bit/s
<DLE><p96>
<73H>
9 600 bit/s
<DLE><p120> <74H>
12 000 bit/s
<DLE><p144> <75H>
14 400 bit/s
<DLE><p168> <76H>
16 800 bit/s
<DLE><p192> <77H>
19 200 bit/s
<DLE><p216> <78H>
21 600 bit/s
<DLE><p240> <79H>
24 000 bit/s
<DLE><p264> <7AH>
26 400 bit/s
<DLE><p288> <7BH>
28 800 bit/s
<DLE><p312> <7CH>
31 200 bit/s
<DLE><p336> <7DH>
33 600 bit/s
<minp> is the minimum rate that the DCE may
use for the primary channel. Valid values are
the same as those defined for <maxp>.the
default value 0 selects the minimum rate
supported by the DCE (2400 bit/s in
Recommendation V.34).
<prefc> is the preferred rate that the DCE may
use for the control channel receive rate, in units
of 1200 bit/s. Valid <prefc> values are 1 (1200
bit/s) and 2 (2400 bit/s) and 0 (no preference
specified). The default value is 0.
Transparent data commands:
<DLE><DLE> <10H> substitute one 10h
pattern.
<DLE><DC1> <51H> substitute one 11h pattern
to enable flow control.
<DLE><DC3> <53H> substitute one 13h pattern
to disable flow control.
<DLE><ETX> <03H> End of HDLC frame
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V.34 Sample sessions (Informative)
Originate and send a 2-page facsimile with V.34 half duplex
DTE
commands
and data
AT+FCLASS=
1.0
AT+F34=14,4,
1
DCE actions
Remote
DCE
terminal
indications and
actions
data
OK
select Class 1
OK
ATD<string>
+A8A:1
(1 sec delay)
OK
PC preferred
rate =33.6~9.6
CC=1200
off hook, dial
send CNG
detect ANSam
stop CNG
send CM
+A8M:8185D4 detect JM
90
OK
send CJ
+A8J:1
delay 75 ms
+F34 =14,1
negotiate V.34
connection
CONNECT
[DCS]<DLE>
<ETX>
<DLE><pri>
[FCD] frames
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><p336>
<DLE><C12>
[DIS]<DLE>
get DIS
<ETX>
send DCS
remote
chooses V.34
detect CJ
negotiate V.34
connection
primary =
33 600
control = 1200
send DIS
change to
control
channel
remote asks
for primary rate
reduction
change to
primary at
24 000 bit/s
send FCD
frames
change to
primary at
24 000 bit/s
receive FCD
frames
[DCN]<DLE>
<ETX>
<DLE><EOT>
OK
OK
change to
control
channel
send
PPS-MPS
get PPS-MPS
get MCF
send MCF
send DCN
get DCN
terminate V.34 detect V.34
channel
channel
termination
hang up
Auto Answer
max V.34 rate
preferred
RING
detect ringing dial
off hook
(delay 200ms) send CNG
send ANSam
ignore CNG
detect ANSam
+A8M:8185D4 detect CM
end CM
90
OK
send CJ
detect CJ
+A8J:1
negotiate Rec. negotiate Rec.
+F34:14,1
V.34
V.34
CONNECT
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><P224>
<DLE><C12>
send DIS
get DIS
<DLE><pri>
<DLE><p240>
good received
FCD frames
[FCD]
<DLE><ferr>
more good
FCD frames
more [FCD]
<DLE><ferr>
more good
FCD frames
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE>
<p216><DLE>
<C12>
[PPS-NULL]
<DLE><ETX>
get PPS-MPS
get PPR
<DLE><ctrl> change to
<DLE><p240> control
<DLE><c12> channel
[MCF]<DLE>
<ETX>
send CFR
Remote
terminal
actions
send PPR
OK
OK
[CFR]<DLE>
<ETX>
<DLE><ctrl>< change to
DLE><p240>< control
channel
DLE><C24>
send
PPS-MPS
DCE actions
[DIS]<DLE>
<ETX>
DCE actions Remote
DCE
terminal
indications and
actions
data
OK
select Class 1
[DCS]<DLE>
<ETX>
get DCS
assume some
errors
[PPS-MPS]
<DLE><ETX>
18
ATA
change to
primary
channel
receive FCD
frames
retry on some
[FCD] frames
ATH
detect ringing
answer
detect CNG
send ANSam
detect CJ
send JM
Answer and receive a 2-page facsimile with V.34 half duplex
DTE
commands
and data
AT+FCLASS=
1.0
ATS0=1
AT+F34=
14,4,1
[CFR]<DLE> get CFR
<ETX>
<DLE><pri>< change to
DLE> <p336> primary
channel
send FCD
frames
[PPS-MPS]
<DLE><ETX>
DCE
DTE
indications and
commands
data
and data
[PPR]<DLE>
<ETX>
<DLE><pri>
<DLE><pri>
<DLE>p240>
<DLE><ctrl>
Notes
Notes
report errors
PPR]<DLE>
<ETX>
<DLE><pri>
<DLE>
<p240>
second page
[FCD] frames
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE>
<P216><DLE>
<c12>
[PPS-EOP]
<DLE><ETX>
no more errors
remote wants
to reduced
CC rate
[MCF]<DLE>
<ETX>
[DCN]<DLE>
<ETX>
get DCS
send DCS
send CFR
get CFR
change to
primary rate
get FCD
frames
get FCD frame
bad FCS
get FCD
frames
get FCD frame
bad FCS
get FCD
frames
change to
control
channel
change to
primary rate
send FCD
frames
send FCD
frame
send FCD
frames
send FCD
frame
send FCD
frames
change to
control
channel
Notes
DTE sets max
rate
either V.34 OK
negotiated to
33 600 bit/s,
and 1200 bit/s
for control
channel
bad frame(s)
received
bad frame(s)
received
get PPS-NULL send
PPS-NULL
send PPR
get PPR
change to
primary
channel
change to
primary
channel
get good FCD
frames
change to
control
channel
send FCD
frames
change to
control
channel
no errors
get PPS-EOP send PPSEOP
send MCF
get MCF
get DCN
send DCN
detect V.34
<DLE><EOT> carrier
termination
OK
terminate V.34
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Hang up
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State
S1
Source Modem
Host Commands and
Modem Indications and State
data (TxD)
data (RxD)
T.31
AT+A8E=3,,
OK
R1
AT+FCLASS=1.0
OK
AT+F34=14,4,2
OK
ATDT<Phone Num>
+A8A:1
(1 sec delay)
Recipient Modem
Host Commands and
Modem Indications and
data (TxD)
data (RxD)
T.31
AT+A8E=,2,
OK
AT+FCLASS=1.0
OK
AT+F34=10
OK
RING
ATA
OK
OK
+A8M:8185D490
+A8J:1
OK
+F34:10,1
T.31
+A8J:1
+F34 =14,2
CONNECT
R2
T.31
S2
<DLE><ctrl>
CONNECT
<DLE><P224>
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><C12>
T.30
<DLE><p336>
<DLE><C24>
T.30
S3
20
+A8M:8185D490
[NSF]<DLE><ETX>
R3
[NSF]<DLE><ETX>
[CSI]<DLE><ETX>
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[CSI]<DLE><ETX>
[TSI]<DLE><ETX>
[DIS]<DLE><ETX>
[DCS]<DLE><ETX>
[TSI]<DLE><ETX>
[DCS]<DLE><ETX>
[CFR]<DLE><ETX>
[CFR]<DLE><ETX>
T.31
S4
<DLE><pri>
<DLE><pri>
<DLE><p336>
R4
-
T.30
[FCD] frames
R5
T.30
S5
RCP flames
T.31
[FCD] frames
RCP flames
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><p216>
R6
T.31
S6
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><C12>
T.30
<DLE><p240>
<DLE><C24>
T.30
S7
[PPS-MPS] <DLE><ETX>
R7
[MCF]<DLE><ETX>
T.31
[PPSMPS]<DLE><ETX>
[MCF]<DLE><ETX>
<DLE><pri>
R8
T.31
<DLE><pri>
S9
<DLE> <p216>
T.30
<DLE><pri>
<DLE> <p240>
T.30
S8
[FCD] frames
RCP frames
[FCD] frames
RCP flames
R9
T.31
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE> <P216>
<DLE><c12>
R10
T.31
<DLE><ctrl>
<DLE><p240>
<DLE><c12>
<DLE><ctrl>
T.30
S10
S11
T.30
[PPS-EOP]
<DLE><ETX>
R11
[MCF]<DLE><ETX>
[PPSEOP]<DLE><ETX>
[DCN]<DLE><ETX>
T.31
[MCF]<DLE><ETX>
[DCN]<DLE><ETX>
S12
<DLE><EOT>
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T.31
OK
OK
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<DLE><EOT> OK
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PART III : VOICE MODE COMMAND SET
#VBQ?
Query Buffer Size. (Response 20)
#VBS
#VBS?
#VBS=1
#VBS=2
#VBS=3
#VBS=4*
#VBS=8
Bits Per Sample Selection.
Returns the current setting of #VBS.
Selects 8 bits PCM.
Selects 2 bits per sample ADPCM.
Selects 3 bits per sample ADPCM.
Selects 4 bits per sample ADPCM.
Selects 8 bits per sample ADPCM.
#VBT
#VBT?
Beep Tone Timer.
Returns the current setting of the #VBT
command.
Disables the tone generation capability
Sets tone duration time in 100 msec.
Where
n = 1-40. Default is 10.
Voice Command
#BDR Baud Rate Selection.
#BDR? Returns the current setting of the #BDR.
#BDR=0*
Enable autobaud detection.
#BDR=n
Where n = 1,2,4,6,8,16,24. Sends OK
message and switches to the new
speed defined by n*2400 bps.
#CID
#CID
#CID=0*
#CID=1
#CID=2
#CLS
#CLS?
#CLS.
#CLS=0*
#CLS=2
#CLS=8
Caller ID Selection.
Returns the current settings of #CID.
Disable Caller ID.
Enables formatted Caller ID reporting
Single Data Message (SDM) and
Multiple Data Message (MDM)
packets.
Enables unformatted Caller ID
reporting of any CID packet received
after the first RING cycle including
SDM, MDM, or call waiting packet.
#VBT=0
#VBT=n
#VCI?
Request Compression Method
Information.
Data, Fax or Voice Mode Selection.
Returns the current setting of the
#VLS
#VLS?
#VLS=0*
Selects data mode operation.
Selects fax class 2 command
operation.
Selects voice mode operation.
#VLS=1
Voice Line Selection.
Returns the current setting of the #VLS.
This command causes the telephone
line interface to be routed through the
modem.
This command causes the handset to
be routed through the modem.
This command routes the speaker
through the modem.
This command routes the auxiliary
input device through the modem.
This command is the same as #VLS=0,
except the modem enables the internal
speaker.
This command enables the
microphone and speaker interface, use
for speaker phone mode.
This command enables the
microphone and speaker interface, use
for speaker phone mode.
#MDL? Request Model Information.
#MFR? Request Manufacturer Information.
#VLS=2
#VLS=3
#VLS=4
#REV? Request Revision Information.
#SPK=m,n,o
#TL=XXXX
#TL=0
#TL=1
#TL=2
#TL=3
#TL=4
#TL=5*
#TL=6
#TL=7
#TL=8
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Speaker Phone Control
m=0 speaker phone mode
m=1 microphone modem
n,o dummy parameters
Voice Playback Volume Control.
mute, means no volume.
-24db, low volume
-18db
-12db
-6db
-0db
+6db
+12db
+18db, high volume
#VLS=5
#VLS=6
#VRX Set Voice Receive Mode
This action command is only valid if the modem
is in the on-line voice command mode.
#VSP
Set Silence detection Period. (0 - 255)
#VSS
Silence Detection Enable/Disable
#VTS
Play DTMF/Tone String.
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#VTS=m,n,o
Send Beep Tone for 1 sec
m,n,o are dummy parameters
#VTS=p,q
Send DTMF ‘p’ for ‘p’*100ms where p
ranges from 0 to 9, or from a to F,
q ranges from 0 to 255.
#VTX
Set Voice Transmit Mode
This action command is only valid if the modem
is in the on-line voice command mode.
<DLE>A-D
DTMF A through D
<DLE>a
Answer Tone detected,V.35/T30
2100Hz
answer tone is detected.
<DLE>b
Busy, The busy cadence is detected.
<DLE>c
Calling Tone, T.30 1100Hz Calling
tone is Detected.
<DLE>d
Dial Tone, The Dial tone is detected.
<DLE>e
European Calling Tone, V.25 1300Hz
Calling Tone is detected.
<DLE>f
Bell Answer Tone, Bell 2225Hz
Answer tone is detected.
#VRA Ringback Goes Away Timer
#VRN Ringback Never Came Timer
#VSD Silence Detection Enable/Disable
#VSK Buffer Skid Setting
#VSR Sampling Rate Selection
#VTD
DTMF Tone Report Capability
Voice mode Result codes
OK
Command valid and executed successfully.
ERROR Command error and can not be executed.
VCON Issued in Voice mode (#CLS=8) when the
modem determines that the remote modem or
handset has gone off-hook, or when returning
to on-line voice command mode.
NO ANSWER Issued in Voice mode (#CLS=8) when
the modem determines that the remote
modem has not picked up the line after
the S7 timer has expired.
CONNECT
When Voice transmission by DTE can
begin.
Voice mode Shielded codes
<DLE>0-9
<DLE>*,#
DTMF digits 0 through 9
DTMF digits *, #
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PART IV: S Registers
Register S0: Auto Answer Ring.
Assigning a value from 1 to 255 in Register S0 tells the
modem the number of rings that must occur before it
can automatically answer incoming calls. The default
value = 0 (no Auto Answer).
Note: Do not set the value of the backspace character
between 33 and 126.
Register S6: Dial Tone Wait Time.
The S1 register records the number of incoming rings.
Reset to 0 after 8 seconds of no ring.
Register S6 sets the time to wait after going off-hook
before dialing the first digit in a Dial command when
using the X0, X1 or X3 responses. The default time is 2
seconds, although you can change it to any value
between 2 and 255 seconds. This feature is convenient
when it takes longer than 2 seconds to obtain a dial
tone.
Register S2: Value of the Escape Character.
Register S7: Remote Carrier Signal Wait Time.
Register S2 sets the ASCII value in decimal of the
escape character. The default value (decimal 43) is
equivalent to the ASCII character '+'.
You can change this register to any value from 0 to 255.
Values greater than 127 disable the escape feature.
Register S7 decides how many seconds to wait for a
remote modem's carrier signal before hanging up. The
default value is 45 seconds. You can change it to a
value between 1 and 255 seconds. Register S7 also
controls the time-out of the W command.
Register S3: Value of the Carriage Return Character.
Register S8: Pause Time for Comma
Register S3 sets the ASCII value in decimal of the
carriage return character (End-Of-Line). The default
value is 13. You can change it to any ASCII value
between 0 and 127.
Register S8 decides how many seconds to pause for
each comma ( , ) encountered in a Dial command line.
You usually use the comma when dialing through a PBX
or other special telephone services to wait for an
outside telephone line. The default value is 2 seconds,
although you can change it to a value between 0 and
255 seconds. An alternative to changing this register is
to include more than one comma in your command line.
Register S1: Count Incoming Rings.
Register S4: Value of the Line Feed Character.
Register S4 sets the ASCII value in decimal of the line
feed character. The default value is 10. You can
change it to any ASCII value between 0 and 127. If you
do not want to receive a line feed character, you can
change the value in this register to a null character, but
you cannot disable line feed characters.
Register S5: Value of the Backspace Character
Register S5 sets the ASCII value in decimal of the
backspace character. This character is the character
created by pressing BACKSPACE key and the
characters echo to host are BACKSPACE, SPACE,
BACKSPACE ( i.e. move the cursor to the left ). The
default value is 8. You can change it to any ASCII value
between 0 and 32, or 127.
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Register S9: Carrier Detect Response Time.
Register S9 sets the time the remote modem's carrier
signal must be present for the local modem to recognize
it. This feature ensures that your modem does not
mistake a busy signal, ring, or voice for the carrier
signal. The value of this register is in tenths of a second.
The default value is 600 ms , although you can change it
from 1 to 255. For example, entering a value 13 means
that the remote modem's carrier signal must be present
for 1.3 seconds for the local modem to recognize it.
Setting this value higher increases the chances the
modem will not mistakenly identify the carrier signal.
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Register S10: Carrier Loss Time.
Register S10 sets the time between the loss of a remote
modem's carrier signal and when the local modem
disconnects. This allows the remote modem's carrier
signal to momentarily disappear from the telephone
line. The value of this register is in tenths of a second.
The default value is 1.4 seconds, although you can
change it from 1 to 255. You may want to set this value
higher if you have a noisy telephone line that might
interfere with the remote modem's carrier signal. If you
want your modem to ignore the Carrier Detect status
and act as if the remote modem's carrier signal is
always present, set the value to 255.
Register S11: Touch Tone Dialing Duration.
Register S11 controls the speed of the Touch Tone
(DTMF) dialing. You can change the value from 50 to
255 ms. The default value will be 95 ms which sets a
dialing rate of 5.26 digits per second. Increasing the
value to 255 slows the dialing rate to 1.9 digits per
second.
Note: Register S11 has no effect on pulse dialing, which
is fixed at 10 pulses per second.
3 = 0 Numeric responses (V0).
1 Verbose (Verbal) Responses (V1) – default.
4 = x Undefined.
5 = 0 Use touch-tone dialing method (T) – default.
1 Use pulse dialing method (P).
6 = x Undefined
7 = 0 Answer incoming calls (A)
1 Originate calls (D) – default
Register S16: Modem Tests.
Bit-mapped register S16 displays the modem tests
status.
Bit
Function
0 = 0 Local analog loop back test off (&T0) –
default.
1 Local analog loop back test on (&T1).
1 = x Undefined.
Register S18: Duration of Modem Test.
Register S12: Escape Guard Time.
Register S12 controls the escape guard time ( i.e. the
time delay required before and after you enter the
escape characters). The guard time prevents your
modem from misinterpreting data as the escape
sequecce. This value is designated in measurements of
20 ms. The default value is 50 ( which is equivalent to
one second), although you can change it to between 0
(0 seconds) to 255 (5.1 seconds).
Register S18 sets the amount of time for the modem
tests. The tests can run from 1 to 255 seconds,
depending on the value in this register. This register has
a default value of 0, which turns off the timer and tests
will run until manually terminated.
Register S21: Bit-mapped Register.
Bit-mapped register S21 lets you control certain data
communication control signals.
Register S14: Bit-mapped Register.
Bit
Bit-mapped register S14 lets you control modem echo,
responses, dialing method, and the originate or answer
mode.
Function
0,1=x
Undefined.
2=x
Undefined.
Bit
Function
0 = x Undefined.
1 = 0 Do not echo command (E0).
1 Echo command (E1) – default.
2 = 0 Responses appear (Q0) – default.
1 Responses do not appear (Q1).
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3,4= 0 Modem ignores the DTR signal (&D0).
1 Modem enters command mode after ON-toOFF DTR transition (&D1).
2 Modem hangs up after ON-to-OFF DTR
transition (&D2) – default.
3 Modem resets after ON-to-OFF DTR transition
(&D3).
5= 0
1
6= x
CD signal always on (&C0).
CD signal on when a remote carrier signal is
present (&C1) – default.
Undefined.
7 = 0 Long space disconnect turned off (Y0) –
default.
1 Long space disconnect turned on (Y1).
Register S22: Bit-mapped Register
Bit-mapped register S22 lets you control internal
speaker and the modem responses.
Bit
Function
------------------------------------------------------0,1= 0 Speaker volume off (L0).
1 Low speaker volume (L1).
2 Medium speaker volume (L2) – default.
3 Loud speaker volume (L3).
2,3= 0
1
2
3
Speaker off (M0).
Speaker on until carrier detected (M1) – default.
Speaker always on (M2).
Speaker on until carrier detected but off during
dialing (M3).
4,5,6=0 Hayes™ Smartmodem compatibility (X0).
4 Include CONNECT XXX responses (X1).
5 Same as 4 plus dial tone detection (X2).
6 Same as 4 plus BUSY response and blind
dialing (X3).
7 Same as 6 plus dial tone detection (X4) –
default.
7 = 0 US make/break ratio (&P0) – default.
1 UK and Hong Kong make/break ratio (&P1).
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Register S23: Bit-mapped Register.
Bit
1,2,3= 0
2
3
4
5
6
7
4,5= 0
1
2
3
6,7= 0
1
2
Function
Use 0-300bps DTE data rate.
Use 1200bps DTE data rate.
Use 2400bps DTE data rate.
Use 4800bps DTE data rate.
Use 9600bps DTE data rate.
Use 19200bps DTE data rate.
Use 38400bps or above DTE data rate.
Use even parity.
Use space parity.
Use odd parity.
Use mark or none parity.
Turn off guard tone (&G0) – default.
Turn off guard tone (&G1).
Use 1800 HZ guard tone (&G2).
Register S25: Data Terminal Ready Delay.
When Modem is on-line, it will ignore a Data Terminal
Ready signal lasting less than the value of this register.
In this mode, the values for this register are 0 to 255 in
hundredths of a second, and the default value is 0.05
seconds. If you will be entering synchronous mode after
dialing asynchronously, this register determines how
long the modem waits before looking for the Data
Terminal Ready signal. This lets you detach the
asynchronous terminal and connect a synchronous
terminal while remaining in the Data Mode. In this
mode, the values for this register are from 0 to 255
seconds and the default value is 5.
Register S26: Request To Send-to-Clear To Send
Delay.
This register affects synchronous operation only and
applies only when you are using the &R0 command.
This register determines how long the modem waits to
turn on the Clear To Send signal after a Request To
Send OFF-to-ON transition in 10 ms increment. The
default value is 1, although this register accepts values
from 0 to 255.
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Register S27: Bit-mapped Register.
Register S46: Protocol selection.
Bit-mapped register S27 lets you control modem
transmission mode and line type.
Bit
Function
0
0: Dial up line (&L0) – default.
1: 2W Leased line (&L1).
1-7
Undefined.
Register S46 defines the protocol selections specified
for future negotiation.
Value
136
138
Function
LAP-M only.
LAP-M with adaptive data compression –
default.
Register S30: Value of the voice inactivity timer.
Register S82: Break handling
S30 = 0
Voice inactivity timer off (default).
S30 = 1 – 255 This is the period of time (in sec), which
if expired causes the modem to hang
up the telephone line if it is offhook and
no data has passed during the period.
When there is an inactivity time out with
#CLS=8, the modem always forces
#CLS=0 and #BDR=0.
Register S82 specifies the break signal method used
during V.42 applications. The break type to be used
depends on the user application.
Register S36: V.42 negotiation fallback.
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Value
3
Register S36 defines the type of connection attempted
by the modem and the action to take if the attempt fails:
128
Bit
2,1,0 = 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Value Function
Modem hangs up.
Same as 5.
Reserved.
Same as 7.
Modem tries to connect using V.42
Alternative Protocol (compatible wit
MNP levels 2 - 5). If handshaking fails,
modem hangs up.
Modem tries to connect using V.42
Alternative Protocol compatible with
MNP levels 2 - 5 ). If handshaking fails,
modem tries to connect using a
standard asynchronous connection.
Reserved.
Modem tries to connect using V.42
Alternative Protocol (compatible with
MNP levels 2 - 5). If handshaking fails,
modem tries to connect using a
standard asynchronous connection
and automatic speed buffering -default.
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Expedited break signaling, regardless of its
sequence in data sent and received by each
modem. Data integrity maintained both ahead
of and after the break.
Destructive break signaling, regardless of its
sequence in data sent and received by each
modem. Data not being processed by each
modem at time of break is discarded.
In sequence break signaling as data is sent and
received. Data integrity is maintained both
ahead of and after the break. – default.
Register S95: Negotiation message options.
< 32
≥ 32
Disable V.42 extended response.
Enable V.42 extended response.
Register S97: Energy detection threshold
This register can use in Call Progress Mode (CPM)
mode, for dial tone detect threshold. The default value is
2. This register determines the detection threshold for
Call Progress (CPM) tones. The default value is 2.
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Chapter 4: Troubleshooting
Data communication involves many variables. Some
can be easy corrected, such as the settings in the
application software, the modem configuration. Some
are hard to correct, such as the local loop from the
central office to the modem line connection. If your
modem does not work properly, in most cases, the
problem is due to the incorrect settings,
For Windows 95/98/2000 and XP, check the
modem property to make sure the modem COM
address and the IRQ.
For the DOS/ Linux, make sure the serial cable is
connected to COM1 or COM2.
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This chapter explains some communications software
settings and describes troubleshooting procedures that
will help you isolate problems with the modem.
Place computer in the terminal mode, and issue
"AT&FZ" carriage return twice. If OK is the
response, for the second time, your configuration
profile is not proper for the application software.
Consult the AT command section to change to the
applicable one.
Software Settings
Since the modem is compatible with the Hayes "AT"
command set, almost all software applications can be
used with the modem. The configuration settings of the
modem and the protocol you use must be compatible
with those of the remote modem. Otherwise the
problems will arises in connection with the remote
modem or in transferring data.
Settings that commonly cause problems include the
parity, character length, stop bit setting and the minimal
speed settings. These must be the same settings with
the remote modem. Otherwise the data transferred will
not be readable or error.
In addition, the modem COM port address settings and
the IRQ settings, you enter in your application must be
correct, or the application software will e unable to
detect and communicate with the modem.
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How to determine modem is function properly or
not?
The modem dials, but not transfer data
Unusual characters appear on the screen.
The receive message is partially lost.
An abnormal disconnection occurs.
Start the terminal mode, select 115200 DTE speed,
type "AT&FZ", "AT&T1", let the modem go into local
test mode, type several characters, determine
those characters is same as you typed or not. If it is,
your modem is good. If they are not what you typed,
power down the system and try again.
If you have problem using the modem, the
troubleshooting procedures described in this section
may be able to help you identify the source of the
problem.
If characters is what you typed, you modem is
function good. To exit the local test mode, wait 1
second, type +++, wait another second, type
AT&T0, ATH, both should response with OK.
Turn off and on of your system power and start the
application software.
Is there a warning message from the application
software?
If there is warning message shown up, check the
COM address and IRQ settings of the application
software are the same as those for modem or not.
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Why does modem transfer speed would not up to
56000 bit per second?
Please make sure your internet service provider
support V.90 dial up service, if yes, any noise on
line will decrease the connection speed.
Troubleshooting Procedures
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Why does application software is not perform what
you expect it to do?
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Characters typed are not display.
Characters typed are displayed twice.
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Turn the system off and on. Go to terminal mode,
issue "AT&FZ". The response should be OK.
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The modem does not answer incoming calls
automatically.
Type ATS0? and the response should not be 0. If it
is, the auto answer function is disabled. To turn it
back on, type ATS0=1.
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The modem will not dial out.
Use a telephone and insert the jack into the modem
PHONE jack, lift the receiver. If there is no tone, the
line connection is need to be checked. If there is a
tone, but not normal dial tone, turn system off and
on, and try again.
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The modem dials, but not connect.
Type AT&FZ, and re-dial the number, if there are no
modem negotiation sound from the modem, the
remote side is not a modem.
Try AT+FCLASS=0, and AT#CLS=0 to put modem back
to data mode.
If you go through the possible process and the problem
is still there, it is time to call your dealer to discuss the
problem. But do not call your dealer before you try
first. The customer services personnel will ask you for
the detailed information. The more information you
provide the better chance your problem can be solved.
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