LZT 1083714 R1A
Mobile Phone
R320s
White Paper
Ericsson is the leading provider in the new telecoms world, with communications solutions that combine telecom and datacom technologies with freedom of mobility for the user. With more than 100,000
employees in 140 countries, Ericsson simplifies communications for its customers - network operators,
service providers, enterprises and consumers - the world over.
First edition (March 2000)
Publication number: LZT 108 3714 R1A
This document is published by Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty.
Improvements and changes to this text necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of
current information or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Ericsson
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All rights reserved.
© Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2000
Contents
PREFACE ................................................................5
Purpose of this document
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ......................................6
Technical specifications for the phone
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WAP FEATURES ....................................................7
Using WAP in Ericsson R320s
Technical specification of the WAP browser
Manual WAP configuration of phone
Internet/Intranet access
Gateway access
Using a PC for configuration
GSM Data access characteristics
SMS access characteristics
Over the Air configuration
Gateway configuration
Security issues
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SYNCHRONIZATION FEATURES ........................15
Synchronization in Ericsson R320s
Compatibility and enterprise integration
XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson
XTNDConnect PC
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BUILT-IN INFRARED MODEM .............................18
Technical specifications for infrared modem
Priorities in communication
Connection via infrared
Connection via cable
GSM Data
Using GSM Data for fax communication
Overview of AT command functions
AT commands support
AT commands phone terminal terminated
AT commands modem terminated
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APPLICATIONS ....................................................30
Profiles
Fixed Dialling and Call Barring
Personal Phone Book
Voice Dialling
Voice Memo
Code Memo
Calendar Entry Exchange
Business Card Exchange
Ring Signal Exchange
SMS
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ONLINE SERVICES ..............................................32
SIM AT Services supported by Ericsson R320s
User interaction with SIM AT
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TERMINOLOGY AND ABBREVIATIONS .............37
RELATED INFORMATION ....................................41
Documents
Software
Links
Trademarks and acknowledgements
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PREFACE
Purpose of this document
The Ericsson R320s White Paper is designed to give the reader a deeper technical understanding
of how the Ericsson R320s is designed, and also how it interacts with other media. This document will make it easier to integrate Ericsson R320s in the IT and communication solutions of a
company or organisation.
People who can beneÞt from this document include:
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Corporate buyers
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IT Professionals
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Software developers
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Support engineers
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Business decision-makers
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Ericsson R320s is a Dual Band phone with a lithium battery; a phone of modern design and
advanced technology.
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It has a Wireless Application Protocol 1.1 (WAP 1.1) compliant browser, allowing fast
access to Internet services. Both access types, GSM Data and SMS, are supported.
Intelligent synchronization of Calendar and Phone book, with the userÕs PC or Personal
Digital Assistant (PDA), over infrared or cable. This is a unique feature that Ericsson has
made available in a mobile phone.
Built-in Infrared modem turns the Ericsson R320s into a wireless modem for data communication, Internet connection and fax from the userÕs PC or PDA. An RS-232 cable can also be
used if no Infrared is available on the PC.
Infrared is also used for exchanging business cards, calendar appointments and ring signals
between phones.
It supports Online Services, which makes it possible for operators to provide new services to
existing users over the air, including new menus and functions in the phone.
ProÞles feature; groups of settings preset to suit certain environments, such as ÓIn CarÓ,
ÓMeetingÓ, ÓHomeÓ.
A full graphic display with a new, easy to navigate, user interface software.
Numbered shortcuts make it possible to prepare settings into a favourite menu which the
user can access quickly and easily.
Technical specifications for the phone
General
Product name
System
SIM card
Type number
Ericsson R320s
GSM 900/GSM1800 (e-GSM supported)
Small plug-in card, 3V or 5V type
110 1201-BV
Dimensions and performance
Size
130 x 51 x 15 mm
Weight
with Slim battery approx. 100g
Weight
without battery 75g
Talk time
up to 250 minutes with Ultra Slim battery
up to 325 minutes with Slim battery
up to 700 minutes with HighCapacity battery
Standby time
up to 69 hours with Ultra Slim battery
up to 75 hours with Slim battery
up to 194 hours with HighCapacity battery
Speech coding
HR, FR, EFR supported where available, for high speech quality
Supported chracters See ÓTechnical speciÞcation of the WAP browserÓ
Built-in infrared modem
Standards
IrDA DATA with secondary implementation of IrLAP 1.0
and IrDA-Ultra, IRMC 1.1
AT commands industry standard, ETSI 07.05 and 07.07
Data rates (up to)
115,200 bps between phone and IrDA device (e.g. PC, another phone)
38,400 bps for GSM data communication with V.42bis compression
9,600 bps for GSM data communication, no compression
9,600 bps in fax communication
AT modem
V.25ter command set supported
Ambient temperatures
Max
Min
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+55°C
-10°C
WAP FEATURES
The typical WAP client is a small, portable device which is connected to a wireless network.
This includes mobile phones, pagers, smart phones, PDAs and other small devices. In these
devices, you have a limited user interface, low memory and computing power compared to
desktop and laptop computers. WAP is not a browser for desktop or laptop computers. Thus,
WAP will not appear in the majority of todayÕs Internet WWW clients. Instead, WAP is created
for the Internet clients that are handheld PCs and mobile phones, and mainly are used to access
information, rather than to create information. When you access a web site built with Wireless
Markup Language (WML), you will be able to download information quicker than you would
be able to access HTML pages with a traditional web browser using the HTML standard. The
WAP browser is constructed for WML and cannot read ordinary HTML pages but it is suitable
for interaction with customer services offering e. g. ticket reservation. It is also handy when you
want to access text-based information, such as timetables, share prices and exchange rates,
Internet banking and other interactive services. In addition, it is possible for the service provider
to install systems that automatically convert ordinary HTML pages for viewing in a WAP browser.
Using WAP in Ericsson R320s
The built-in WAP browser gives the user a portable, fast, easy-to-use access to a wide variety of
services, with possibility of personalised services. For companies and Service Providers, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) gives new possibilites:
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Improve and simplify the communication ßow within an organisation.
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Create a service once, make it accessible on a broad range of wireless networks.
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Address new market segments by launching innovative mobile Value Added Services.
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Keep old customers by adapting existing Internet services to WAP.
Key factors for providing WAP applications for use with Ericsson R320s include:
Easy create for WAP
Creating a WAP service is no harder than creating an Intranet/Internet
service today since WML and WMLScript are based on well-known
Internet technology.
Using standard tools
It is possible for the service creator to use standard tools like ASP or
CGI to generate content dynamically. You can utilise existing investments in databases etc that are the basis of existing Internet services.
Low bandwidth
One of the key advantages of WAP over other Internet standards, is the
low bandwidth required for the communication. Partly, this is due to
the fact that the WAP application is communicated to the wireless devices in the form of binary encoded data, as opposed to HTTP (HTML),
which is text-based.
Gateway conversion
The actual binary encoding is handled by the WAP Gateway. This
makes it possible to create WAP applications using the text-based language WML and other tools. In fact, existing HTML-based applications
on the Internet can be viewed in the WAP browser, if an automatic converstion is performed in the WAP Gateway.
The WAP proÞles
The Ericsson R320s can hold Þve WAP proÞles, each with a group of
network settings and a homepage. If you provide a corporate WAP service on your Intranet, it is useful to enter an Intranet WAP proÞle in the
usersÕ phones. The WAP proÞle holds network settings and user identiÞcation. The users can easily switch between the corporate services
and WAP services on the Internet, simply by switching WAP proÞle.
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Technical specification of the WAP browser
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Feature
Support in Ericsson R320s WAP browser
Authentication
WAP 1.1. Server applications may request Basic Authentication. Gateway may request Authentication during connection
setup.
Back to previous page
Yes
Bearer type GSMData(CSD)
Yes, ISDN and analog
Bearer type SMS
Yes (point-to-point)
Bookmarks
Yes, up to 25 named bookmarks for easy access to frequently
visited pages
Bookmark Export/Import
Yes, can be sent and received as link using SMS
Cache
Yes (size 4kbyte). Clear cache can be acheived by using
reload to discard the cache contents.
Character sets *
UTF8 (Default), USAASCII, Latin1, UCS2
Colour
1 bit (b/w)
Homepage
Yes, up to 5 different, one for each WAP proÞle
Hyperlinks in Text
Yes, highlighted by inverse video
Hyperlinks in Images
Yes, indicated by a frame
Image Animation
No
Image Formats
GIF (interlaced and non-interlaced), WBMP, no transparent
layers.
Network Settings
Up to 5 different settings available by selecting WAP proÞle
(Intranet, Internet, Banking Gateway etc)
OTA Support
Yes
PPP Authentication
PAP, CHAP and MS-CHAP
Reload page
Yes
Supported Characters,
depending on software as
indicated by KRC number
in the phone **
KRC 114 1027,
KRC 114 1156,
KRC 114 1157,
KRC 114 1189,
KRC 114 1190,
KRC 114 1191
English(EN), Arabic(AR), Bulgarian(BG), Croatian(HR), Estonian(ET),
Hebrew(IW), Latvian(LV), Lithuanian(LT), Romanian(RO), Russian(RU), Serbian(SR), Slovenian(SL)
KRC 114 1158,
KRC 114 1159,
KRC 114 1160
English(EN), Dutch (NL),
French(FR), German(DE), Greek(EL),
Italian(IT), Portuguese(PT), Russian(RU), Spanish(ES), Turkish(TR)
Feature
Support in Ericsson R320s WAP browser
KRC 114 1230,
KRC 114 1231,
KRC 114 1232,
KRC 114 1186,
KRC 114 1187,
KRC 114 1188
English(EN), Arabic(AR), Czech(CS),
Danish(DA), Finnish(FI), French(FR),
Hungarian(HU), Norwegian(NO),
Polish(PL), Portuguese(PT), Russian,
Slovakian(SK),Swedish(SV)
KRC 114 1161,
KRC 114 1162,
KRC 114 1163
English(EN), Indonesian(IN),
Thai(TH), Vietnamese(VI), PhilippineTagalog(TL), Malay(MS)
Tables
Yes
WAP/WML
WAP 1.1 compliant, WMLScript
Layers implemented: WAE, WSP (connectionless), WDP
WAP proÞles
5 WAP proÞles, each with its own settings
*) When creating WML applications, it is recommended to always save the page contents as
UTF8, and that this is clearly indicated in the pages, before publishing. This ensures that the
contents of the application can be viewed, regardless of character sets used in gateways and the
phone. Please refer to the R320 Design Guidelines for WAP Services, how to create the application correctly.
**) All characters are not supported in all phones. The software version depends on which market the phone is associated to. Also, please note that the phone may not support input on a WAP
Service which use certain characters (languages), even if those characters are supported for
browsing in the phone.
Screen characteristics
Full
Input
Selection
Rows of text
5 (4+header)
4 (3+header)
4 (3+header)
Height of one row (pixels)
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Columns (characters)***
32 I or 7 W
26 I or 6 W
9 normal
Pixels (Height x Width)
101 x 65
Pixel stretch
1,24. This means a pixel is 24% higher than it is wide.
Image size
Unlimited height, but scrolling required if higher than 4 rows
(4*13 pixels). Truncated at both sides if wider than display.
***) Approximate. The screen font is proportional, and ÓWÓ is a wide character, ÓIÓ is narrow.
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Manual WAP configuration of phone
See the UserÕs Guide for general instructions on conÞguration. When an operator provides the
Gateway service, different bearers might be used, for example SMS or GSM Data. When only
GSM Datas is offered the Gateway can be located at an ISP or on a corporate network intranet,
and an access server is then used for managing the incoming data calls.
Figure 1. Elements of the WAP model essential for the conÞguration.
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Internet/Intranet access
You have selected a WAP proÞle to use for the conÞguration. The Access conÞguration relates
to the WAP model as detailed below.
Access Type
Part of Þgure showing bearer type selection:
Always ask
GSM Data
SMS
Access
1 Access Type
2 Response Timer
SMS Service centre in Access menu:
The phonenumber to the SMS Service Centre
(only needed when using SMS Access).
3 Service Centre
4 GSM Data
or
GSM Data
1 Phone Number
2 Dial Type
3 User ID
4 Password
GSM Data submenu:
The phonenumber to the Internet/Intranet Service Provider (only needed when using GSM
Data Access)
Example: Telia DOF is +46705960000.
Dial type ISDN is preferred (if provided by
operator) since it allows a faster and better
access.
The User ID and Password for the Internet/
Intranet access.
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Gateway access
The Gateway can provide services in the companyÕs Intranet, a banking or stock trading service
on the Internet, or provide an access to other WAP applications on web addresses anywhere on
the Internet. A Gateway is identiÞed by an IP number or by a phonenumber, depending on
access type. The Gateway conÞguration relates to the WAP model as follows.
Access
Part of figure Gateways:
3 Service Centre
4 GSM Data
5 Gateway
Gateway
1 User ID
The IP number to a WAP Gateway (only
when using GSM Data Access).
2 Password
User ID and Password.
3 Data Address
4 SMS Address
Gateway
1 User ID
2 Password
2 Data Address
The phonenumber to a WAP Gateway (only when
using SMS Access). The Gateway phonenumber can
be understood as the ÓSMS receiver phonenumberÓ.
User ID and Password.
4 SMS Address
This concludes the manual conÞguration.
Using a PC for configuration
An easy way to perform the WAP conÞguration of a single phone is by using the Ericsson Phone
Settings program. In there, you will Þnd all conÞguration settings needed for the phone to
access the WAP services.
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Over the Air configuration
To simplify the provisioning of WAP settings to a number of phones, all settings can be sent as
an SMS message to each phone. This makes it easy for an operator, a Service Provider, or a
company to distribute settings for Internet/Intranet, and WAP, without having to manually conÞgure each phone. This also makes it easy to upgrade the services provided to the users, without
the need for users to perform any manual conÞguration.
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The OTA conÞguration message is distributed via SMS point-to-point, not Cell Broadcast.
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The setup information is a binary encoded message. To receive information about OTA speciÞcations, please contact your local Ericsson representative for consumer products.
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The needed user interaction is limited to receiving and accepting/rejecting the conÞguration
message, and selecting which WAP proÞle to allocate the settings to.
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Security can be handled using a keyword identiÞer displayed on the screen as a shared secret
between the SMS sender and the receiver. It is important that the user has a way to verify
that the conÞguration message is authentic.
Gateway configuration
There are two bearer types, i.e. two ways to access WAP services from the phone, GSM Data or
SMS. Which access type should be used is determined by, for example, the ISP. Typical differencies which distinguish the bearer types are listed below.
GSM Data access characteristics
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Circuit connection of data call. This means that the phone is connected during the entire
WAP session.
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Voice calls cannot be made or received during the WAP session.
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Comparably higher transmission speed than with SMS access.
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Pricing of GSM Data access can be compared to pricing of data or fax calls in the network.
SMS access characteristics
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SMS point-to-point is used, not SMS Cell Broadcast.
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The connection is maintained by the automatic exchange of ÓmessagesÓ between the phone
and the SMS Service Center.
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Comparably lower transmission speed than with GSM Data access.
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Pricing of SMS access can be compared to pricing of the normal SMS service in the network.
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Security issues
The Ericsson R320s is based on the WAP 1.1 speciÞcations where security functionality is speciÞed (WTLS). However, the security part that is speciÞed in WAP 1.1 does not support a complete standardized security solution. A secure WAP application will require proprietary
solutions, until a speciÞcation supporting full security is available. This diagram shows a simpliÞed example of the security that can be implemented within the current speciÞcation.
GATEWAY
GATEWAY
Figure 2. Example showing the limitations of the security implementation.
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The WTLS speciÞcation supports security between the wireless equipment and, for
example, the WAP Gateway.
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The speciÞcation does not support security beyond the Gateway as shown in the diagram
above. This means, for example, that WAP applications accessed on the Internet cannot
provide privacy, including data integrity and authentication, to the wireless equipment. Therefore, the security part of the WAP 1.1 speciÞcation is not implemented in the WAP browser in Ericsson R320s.
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To provide a secure solution, for example a banking service, the Service Provider can design
a WAP application with its own WAP Gateway. Each user has their own username and password in the bankÕs WAP Gateway, which increases the security of the service. This can be
regarded in analogy to the solution provided by a Óphone bankingÓ service, but with WAP
functionality. An implementation of security with this method is supported by Ericsson
R320s.
SYNCHRONIZATION FEATURES
Synchronization in Ericsson R320s
Synchronization is a unique feature available in Ericsson R320s. When the phone is connected
with the PC, using infrared or cable connection, the Calendar and Phone book in the phone can
exchange items with the groupware or calendar program in the PC or handheld computer, like
the Ericsson MC218.
Open standard
Communication with any groupware or ofÞce application is possible,
since the sync method complies to the open standard IrMC 1.1, as speciÞed by the Infrared Data Association, reference http://www.irda.org.
This supports device capabilities in order to ensure interoperability
between different devices.
Infrared and cable
The Ericsson R320s can synchronise using the IrMC 1.1, also when
connecting via cable. This means that the synchronization process is
the same, regardless of connection type. However, if no infrared eye is
available, a cable connection is used. The cable is either connected to
the phone directly, or to the desktop charger. When the phone is placed
in the charger, the connection is established.
Automatic sync
When infrared is switched on in the phone, the sync process will start
automatically, as soon as the phone is within infrared range of an active
infrared port on the PC (a suitable synchronization program must be
running on the PC).
Intelligent and fast
The synchronization is very fast between the phone and a PC equipped
with any IrMC 1.1 compliant sync functionality, such as XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson. It supports change logs so that only exchanges
items that have changed since the last sync. Only the differing data is
sent between the phone and the PC.
Compatibility and enterprise integration
In everyday life, access to an updated Calendar and addresses of friends and business colleagues
is greatly appreciated. The Calendar of the Ericsson R320s has up to 100 entries that can be
synchronized with the Calendar/Agenda program on the user's PC. The Phone book can also be
synchronized. The growing use of groupware SW such as Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes
means that more and more meetings are booked electronically in daily business life. This encourages users to have their calendar electronically stored on the server/PC or PDA and then to
update data to or from their phone. The Ericsson R320s supports vCard/vCalendar to exchange
business cards/calendar entries with compatible devices.
A very efÞcient enterprise solution is to use Ericsson R320s together with PCs equipped with
XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson. It provides a fast, ßexible and easy to use synchronization solution. The integration between XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson and Microsoft Outlook provides
an embedded menu for one-key synchronization.
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A mobile worker typically uses SMS and Phone Book Manager.
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An ofÞce worker typically uses XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson and Phone Settings
To further enhance the functionality and compatibility, the synchronization software can easily
be upgraded.
The number of units that can talk to each other are unlimited. One phone can be partner with
several PCs. This ensures that information from both the work PC and the home PC can be
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synchronized with the phone. For users that have both a desktop PC and a laptop or a PDA, it is
an efÞcient way to synchronize data with the phone. This way, data can also be transferred between PCs to keep them in sync.
Figure 3. One phone can synchronize with unlimited number of PC/PDA.
If the synchronization software is upgraded to XTNDConnect PC, one PC can be partner with
several different phones. This is vital if, for example, each member in a workgroup has their
own Ericsson R320s, and needs to synchronize with one PC. It makes it easy, for example, to
download a common company phone directory to the Phone book in each company mobile
phone. With the full version of the synchronization software, other phone types and handheld
devices, such as PDAs and Windows CE computers, can also be synchronized.
Figure 4. With the full version XTNDConnect PC, any number of phones can be synchronized
with the same PC.
XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson
This synchronization software is bundled with the Ericsson R320s and provides a powerful set
of functions.
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Phone book and Calendar synchronization for the Ericsson R320s.
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A synchronization menu is embedded inside Microsoft Outlook. It provides one key synchronization and allows the user to control the sync process by easy to use settings.
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PC applications supported by XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson:
Microsoft Outlook 97, 98, 2000
Platforms for using XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson:
Windows 95, 98, Windows NT 4.0
Pentium PC recommended (minimum 386)
32 MB RAM recommended (minimum 16 MB)
10 MB free hard disk space
Infrared or cable connection
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Support is handled by Ericsson.
XTNDConnect PC
All users of the Ericsson R320s can easily upgrade to the full version of the synchronization
software. A number of features and supported applications will then be added, including
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XTNDConnect Phone Viewer.
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Phone book and Calendar synchronization for the Ericsson R320s.
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XTNDConnect Phone Viewer makes phone data easy to enter. Use your computer to view,
create and edit all data stored on your Ericsson phone.
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PC applications supported by XTNDConnect PC (full upgraded version):
Microsoft Outlook 97, 98, 2000
Lotus Notes 4.5, 4.6, R5
Lotus Organizer 4.1, 5.0, 97, 97 GS, 6.0
Symantec ACT! 3.05, 4.0, 2000
NetManage Ecco Pro 4.0
GoldMine 3.0, 4.0 (Standard Edition)
Platforms for using XTNDConnect PC:
Windows 95, 98, Windows NT 4.0
Pentium PC recommended (minimum 386)
32 MB RAM recommended (minimum 16 MB)
10 MB free hard disk space
Infrared or cable connection
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A synchronization menu is embedded inside Microsoft Outlook. It provides one key synchronization and allows the user to control the sync process by easy to use settings.
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Handheld devices supported include Ericsson R320s, palm-sized and handheld devices
using Windows CE and PalmOS. Casio Personal Organizeers.
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All support for the full version is handled by Extended Systems Inct.
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BUILT-IN INFRARED MODEM
Infrared communication creates a data link between two communications devices through an
infrared beam of light. On the Ericsson R320s, this link can be used as a wireless connection
with desktop computers, PDAs, Ericsson handheld computers, laptop PCs, other phones for
example Ericsson R320s, and other hardware supporting the standard. The Infrared Data Association (IrDA) set the hardware and software standards that form the infrared communication
links. The Ericsson R320s complies to the speciÞcation IrMC 1.1, which deÞnes how mobile
telephony and communication devices can exchange information. In Ericsson R320s, the speciÞcation IrMC 1.1 is also used for communication via a cable.
The infrared modem contains a complete GSM modem. This provides data, fax and email communication, as well as Internet/Intranet access, for a connected PC, PDA or handheld PC. Once
the PC/PDA is connected to the phone using infrared or cable, and the appropriate software is
installed, the infrared modem in the phone works similar to a PC Card modem, or an external
modem.
Key beneÞts using the Ericsson R320s with its built-in infrared modem:
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True wireless communication
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Low power consumption
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Secure data transmission with the IrDA DATA standard
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Send and receive fax, email and data on the connected PC/PDA
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Connect to the Internet or Intranet/LAN from the connected PC/PDA
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Manage the phone book and the phone settings from a PC
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Exchange business cards and ring signals between similar phones
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Alternatively, if no infrared eye is available, RS-232 cable connection is supported, compliant to IrMC 1.1.
Technical specifications for infrared modem
The infrared modem consists of two parts, integrated in the Ericsson R320s: the infrared link to
establish connection with other IrDA devices, and the GSM modem, which provides full
modem functionality to a connected PC/PDA.
The built-in modem
Standards
IrDA DATA with secondary implementation of IrLAP 1.0
and IrDA-Ultra, IRMC 1.1., ETSI 07.05 and 07.07
Data rates (up to)
115,200 bps between phone and IrDA device (e.g. PC, another phone)
38,400 bps for GSM data communication with V.42bis compression
9,600 bps for GSM data communication, no compression
9,600 bps in fax communication
AT modem
V.25ter command set supported
Power consumption Slightly increased depending on type of communication.
Compatibility
Computer
IrDA equipped computers using Win95/98/NT 4.0*,
vCard/vCalendar support to exchange business cards/calendar entries.
PDA
Ericsson MC218, Psion5MX, PalmV, PalmIII,
other IrDA equipped PDAs running EPOC32 or PalmOS,
vCard/vCalendar support to exchange business cards/calendar entries.
Handheld PC
IrDA equipped handheld PCs and PDAs using Windows CE,
vCard/vCalendar support to exchange business cards/calendar entries.
Phone
Ericsson R320s to exchange business card, calendar entries
and ring signals, as well as other vCard/vCalendar compliant phones
*) Software for IrDA support on NT 4.0 available on http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com.
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Priorities in communication
There is a prioritisation between the different ways of communicating. The WAP browser
has the highest priority, the DRS-10 (RS-232) cable has the second highest, and the infrared
link has the lowest priority. When the WAP browser is used, both the cable and the infrared
link are disabled. When the cable is used, the infrared link is disabled. The infrared link can
only be used when none of the cable or the WAP browser are used.
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Priority
1. WAP browser
2. DRS-10 cable
3. Infrared
Figure 5. Priorities in communication in the Ericsson R320s
Connection via infrared
IrDA is a point-to-point communication link between two infrared ports. The infrared beam has
to be directed towards the target infrared port and as long as the two infrared ports are within
sight and range, the devices can exchange data. For the best performance, place the Ericsson
R320s within the range of a metre and at a 30 degree angle from the infrared port on the PC/
PDA, or other phone. One advantage of this narrow infrared gap is that the risk of transmitting
data to other devices nearby is minimized. The infrared link is a serial connection, which means
that the data bits are sent one after another in a long stream. The IrDAÐSIR Data Link Standard
is a protocol that makes transmission of data faultless. The IrDAÐSIR standard provides a high
level of noise immunity, which means that it is not sensitive to ßuorescent light, sunlight and
electromagnetic Þelds. This makes it suitable for a modern ofÞce environment.
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Connection via cable
The infrared connection is not always the best solution for connecting with a PC/PDA, or in
fact, even possible. The cable DRS-10 provides the same connectivity between the phone and
another unit.
The DRS-10 cable supports a subset of the signals in the RS-232 standard, as detailed below.
Signal in RS-232
Support in DRS-10
CD (Carrier Detect)
No. Set statically
CTS (Clear To Send)
Yes
DSR (Data Service Ready)
Statically connected with DTR
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
Statically connected with DSR
GND (Signal Ground)
Yes
RI (Ring Indication)
No. Set statically
RTS (Request To Send)
Yes
Rx (Received Data)
Yes
Tx (Transmitted Data)
Yes
GSM Data
The built-in data capability turns the phone into a modem when connected to a PC/PDA. To put
it simple GSM Data is the ability to send data or fax information over the GSM (Global System
for Mobile communication) network. Data over GSM offers new opportunities for both GSM
network operators and mobile workers alike. By using GSM to send and receive data or faxes,
mobile employees have access to a level of geographic mobility previously unobtainable.
The key beneÞts of GSM Data include:
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GSM data can be used from any location at any time.
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Ease of use for international travellers.
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GSM data offers a use anytime, anywhere capability, unmatched by Þxed telephone networks.
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The cost of using GSM data is reducing over time.
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Interworking with ISDN
One of the key advantages that GSM can offer users, is its ability to interwork with ISDN. This
is a core feature of the GSM standard, which has been developed to interwork seamlessly with
ISDN. Interworking between the ISDN and GSM networks is made possible by using a technique known as rate adaptation. If the ISDN terminal adaptor being called by the GSM terminal is
capable of supporting V.110, i t can adapt the 9,600 bps data from the GSM terminal into 64000
bps ISDN data. This is achieved by adding additional bits to the GSM data effectively packing
out the data.
GSM was developed to interwork with the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). ISDN
uses a technique known as rate adaptation to convert the slower GSM data up to 64000 bps
ISDN data using the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) V.110 rate adaptation protocol, which is a standard for ISDN terminals. As a result when a data call is made from GSM
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handset to an ISDN terminal adapter, the quick call set-up capability of ISDN can be utilised.
GSM Data makes it possible to send data or fax information over the GSM network. When
making a data call, the user simply dials the number they wish to send information to. The call is
connected to a Gateway located at the GSM network operator, and then the Gateway takes care
of the translation between the different kinds of networks, such as PSTN, ISDN or X.25 networks. Currently the data transmission speed supported is up t 9,600 bps, but with new GSM
technologies being developed this will increase.
Using GSM Data for fax communication
Sending a fax is very similar to sending data. When the Ericsson R320s is connected, using
infrared or cable, to a PC/PDA, the fax program in the computer will work as if it was connected
via an external modem, or a PC Card modem to a Þxed line. To send a fax, an initial call is made
to the network. The call is then routed through the network to the GSM Interworking Unit
(GIWU). The GIWU then establishes a connection to the remote fax machine. The fax protocols
are then passed end to end, between the PC/PDA via the phone, and the remote fax machine.
The Ericsson R320s supports fax speciÞcations Group III, class 1 and 2. Class 2 is recommended.
AT commands support
This section outlines the AT commands supported by the Ericsson R320s. The information here
can be of use for advanced users, to indicate the possibilities with the phone to:
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develop new communications software
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add the Ericsson R320s to an applicationÕs list of compatible modems
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adjust the settings of their mobile telephone and modem.
The infrared modem in the Ericsson R320s supports the V.25ter command set, which is the standard communication set used by modems.
The Ericsson R320s is compatible with industry de facto extensions, ETSI 07.05 and 07.07.
Overview of AT command functions
You use AT commands to conÞgure your mobile telephone, to request information about the
current conÞguration or operational status of your mobile phone, and to test availability and
request the range of valid parameters, when applicable, for an AT command.
The infrared modem can be set in any one of three modes of operation. These are:
Off-line Command
Mode
On-line Data Mode
On-line Command
Mode
The infrared modem is placed in off-line command mode when Þrst
powered up and is ready for entry of AT commands.
Allows ÒnormalÓ operation of the infrared modem, exchanging data or
facsimile with the remote modem.
You can switch to on-line command mode when you want to send AT
commands to the infrared modem while still remaining connected to
the remote modem.
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The following illustration summarises the methods that are used to switch between the three
infrared modem operating modes.
Power up
Off-line Command Mode
Exchange AT command data between
computer and Infrared Modem
Lose carrier
or
lose I.R. link
or
press “No”
button
(or pull DTR
low *)
or
ATH
Dial
Answer
ATD
<tel.
no.>
ATA
On-line Data Mode
Exchange data or facsimile
Lose
carrier
or
lose I.R.
link
or
press “NO”
button
(or pull
DTR low *)
with a remote modem
+++AT <?>
(or
pull DTR low *)
ATO
On-line Command Mode
Exchange AT command data with the
Infrared Modem while staying on-line
Pull DTR not available
when using cable
*
Figure 6. Methods that are used to switch between the three Infrared Modem operating modes
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AT commands phone terminal terminated
Ensemble S1/B/E : GSM DTE-DCE Interface commands
+CSCS
Select terminal character set
Ensemble C2/C/E : Control and Identification
AT
Z
&F
+CGMI
+CGMM
+CGMR
+CGSN
*
Attention Command
Reset to user deÞned conÞguration
Set to factory conÞguration
Request mobile phone manufacturer identiÞcation
Request mobile phone model identiÞcation
Request mobile phone revision identiÞcation
Request ME product serial no identiÞcation
List all supported commands
Ensemble S2/E : GSM Call Control
+CMOD
+CHUP
+CRC
+VTS
Set call mode
Call hang-up
Cellular result codes
DTMF and tone generation
Unsolicited Result Codes
+CRING
Call mode indication
Ensemble C3/E : Call Control
A
H
D
+CFUN
L
Answer
Hook control
Dial
Set mobile phone functionality
Monitor speaker loudness control
Unsolicited Result Codes
RING
Incoming Call Indication
Ensemble C4/E : Interface Commands
S3
S4
S5
E
Q
V
Command line termination character
Response formatting character
Command line editing character
Command echo
Result code suppression
Result code format
Ensemble S6/C/E : GSM Network Services
+CAOC
+CNUM
+CREG
+COPS
+CLIP
+CLIR
+CCFC
+CCWA
+CHLD
+CSSN
+CACM
+CAMM
*EALS
*ECSP
*ELIN
*EPNR
*EPNW
*ESLN
Advice of charge
Subscriber number
Set network registration
Set operator selection
Calling line identiÞcation presentation
Calling line identiÞcation restriction
Call forwarding
Call waiting
Call related supplementary services
Supplementary service notiÞcations
Accumulated Call Meter
Accumulated Call Meter Maximum
Ericsson Request ALS Status
Ericsson Customer Service ProÞle
Ericsson line set
Ericsson Read SIM Preferred Network
Ericsson Write SIM Preferred Network
Ericsson Set Line Name
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*ESCN
+CPUC
*ESVM
*EDIF
*EDIS
Ericsson Set Credit Card Number
Price Per Unit And Currency Table
Ericsson Set Voice Mail Number
Ericsson Divert Function
Ericsson Divert Set
Unsolicited Result Codes
+CREG
Network Registration
+CLIP
Calling Line IdentiÞcation Presentation
+CCWA
Call Waiting
+CSSU
Supplementary service notiÞcation
+CSSI
Supplementary service notiÞcation
*EDIF
Ericsson Divert Function
Ensemble S8/C/E : GSM Facility Lock
+CLCK
+CPWD
Facility lock
Set/change new password
Ensemble C9/C/E : Multi Mode Phones
+WS46
Mode selection
Ensemble S9/C/E : GSM Mobile Equipment,Control and Status
+CKPD
+CIND
+CPAS
+CPIN
+CBC
+CSQ
+CMER
+CVIB
*ECAM
*EDME
*ELAN
*EMAR
*ERIL
*ERIN
*ERIP
*ESIL
*ESKL
*ESKS
*ESMA
*ESMM
*ESAM
*ESBL
*ESDF
*ESOM
*ESTF
*ETXT
Keypad control
Indicator control
Mobile phone activity status
Send Password
Mobile phone battery charge
Mobile phone signal quality
Mobile equipment event reporting
Vibrator Mode
Ericsson call monitoring
Ericsson enable data menus
Ericsson Language
Ericsson master reset
Ericsson ring level set
Ericsson ring set
Ericsson ring signal playback command
Ericsson silence command
Ericsson settings key lock mode
Ericsson settings key sound
Ericsson set message alert sound
Ericsson settings minute minder
Ericsson settings answer mode
Ericsson settings back light mode
Ericsson settings date format
Ericsson settings own melody
Ericsson settings time format
Ericsson text command
Unsolicited Result Codes
+CKEV
Keypad event
+CIEV
Indicator event reporting
*ECAV
Ericsson Call Monitoring event
Ensemble S11/C/E : GSM SMS and CBS PDU Mode
+CSMS
+CPMS
+CMGL
+CMGR
+CMGS
+CMSS
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Select SMS message service
Preferred SMS message storage
List messages
Read message
Send SMS messages
Send from storage
+CMGW
+CMGD
+CMGF
+CSCA
+CSCB
+CSAS
+CRES
+CNMI
Write message to memory
Delete message
Message format
SMS service centre address
Select cell broadcast message type
Save Settings
Restore Settings
New message indication to TE
Unsolicited Result Codes
+CBM
New Message Indication
+CMTI
New Message Indication
+CMT
Received Message
+CMS
Report operational/access failure (+CMS)
Ensemble S14/E : GSM Digital Binary Ping Pong Mode
*BINARY
Start binary mode
Ensemble S16/C/E : GSM Phonebook Commands
+CPBS
+CPBR
+CPBF
+CPBW
*ECAR
*ECAW
*EPRR
*EPRW
*ECAS
Select mobile phone phonebook memory storage
Read mobile phone phonebook entries
Phonebook Find
Write mobile phone phonebook entries
Ericsson Callers Allowed Read
Ericsson Callers Allowed Write
Ericsson Personal Ringtype Read
Ericsson Personal Ringtype Write
Ericsson Callers Allowed Set
Ensemble S18/E : GSM Clock, Date and Alarm Handling
+CCLK
+CALA
Clock
Alarm
Ensemble S19/E : GSM Subscriber Identification
+CIMI
Read International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI)
Ensemble C20/C/E : Audio Control
*EALR
*EARS
*EMIR
*EAMS
*EPHD
*ECBP
Audio Line Request
Analog Ring Signal Request
Mute Indication Request
Audio Mode Selection
Portable Hands Free Detection
CHF Button Pushed
Unsolicited Result Codes
*EALV
Audio Line Response
*EMIV
Music Mute Indication Response
Ensemble S20/C/E : Ericsson Specific AT Commands for GSM
*ECUR
*EENL
*EKSP
*EKSR
*EMIC
*EPEC
*EPEE
*EPED
*EPEW
*EAPS
*EAPN
*ESNU
*EBCA
Ericsson current report
Ericsson Environment List
Ericsson Key Sound Playback
Ericsson Key Sound Change Report
Ericsson microphone mode
Ericsson ProÞle Environment Change
Ericsson pin event
Ericsson ProÞle's List Of Environments Delete
Ericsson ProÞle's List Of Environments Write
Ericsson Active ProÞle Set
Ericsson Active ProÞle Rename
Ericsson settings number
Ericsson Battery And Charging Algorithm
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*EQVL
*EXVC
Ericsson External Volume Status
Ericsson Set External Volume Control
Unsolicited Result Codes
*EBCA
Ericsson Indication Algorithm Status
*EPEV
Ericsson Pin Code event
*EVOLC
Ericsson Volume Change Report
*EKSC
Ericsson Key Sound Change Report
Ensemble C21/C/E : Accessory Menus
*EAM
*EAST
*EASM
*EAID
Ericsson Add Accessory Menu Item
Ericsson Accessory Status Text
Ericsson Accessory Sub Menu
Ericsson Accessory Input Dialog
Unsolicited Result Codes
*EAAI
Ericsson Accessory Additional Indication
*EAMI
Ericsson Accessory Menu Indication
*EAII
Ericsson Accessory Input Dialog Indication
Ensemble C22/C/E : Accessory Authentication
+CSCC
Secure Control Command
Ensemble C24/C/E : Voice Call Control
*EVA
*EVD
*EVH
Answer Incoming Call Command
Voice Dial Command
Voice Hook Command
Ensemble C25/E : ETSI 07.10 Multiplex Protocol
+CMUX
Activate Multiplex Protocol
Ensemble C26/C/E : Accessory Identification
*EACS
Ericsson Acccessory Status
Ensemble S29/C/E : WAP Browser
*EWIL
*EWHP
*EWPR
*EWPN
*EWDT
*EWCT
*EWLI
*EWCL
*EWPB
*EWCG
*EWIP
*EWSA
*EWSG
*EWBA
*EWBR
Ericsson Wap Image Load
Ericsson Wap Homepage
Ericsson Wap ProÞles
Ericsson Wap ProÞle Name
Ericsson Wap Download Timeout
Ericsson Wap Connection Timeout
Ericsson Wap Login
Ericsson Wap Connection Login
Ericsson Wap Preferred Bearer
Ericsson Wap Csd Gateway
Ericsson Wap Ip-network Phonenumber
Ericsson Wap Smsc Address
Ericsson Wap Sms Gateway
Ericsson Wap Bookmark Add
Ericsson Wap Bookmark Read
Ensemble C30/C/E : VAD Support for Vehicle HF 3V
*EYRR
*EYRE
*EYDO
*EYRV
*EYPI
Recording Result
Recognised Entry
Done
Registered VAD
Phone Info
Unsolicited Result Codes
*EYPE
Play Entry
*EYPP
Play Prompt
*EYRE
Recognise
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*EYTN
*EYPT
*EYDE
*EYSR
*EYAB
*EYGP
*EYDP
*EYRP
*EYSS
Train Name
Play Training Recording
Delete Entry
Save Recording
Abort
Get Phones
Delete Phone
Register Phone
Start Synchronise
Ensemble C31/C/E : Quick Menu
*ECMW
*EMLR
Ericsson Customized Menu Write
Ericsson Menu List Read
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AT commands modem terminated
Ensemble S1/B/E : GSM DTE-DCE Interface commands
+CSCS
Select terminal character set
Ensemble C2/B : Identification and Control
AT
Z
&F
I
+GMI
+GMM
+GMR
+GCAP
Attention Command
Reset to user deÞned conÞguration
Set to factory conÞguration
IdentiÞcation information
Request Infrared Modem manufacturer identiÞcation
Request Infrared Modem model identiÞcation
Request Infrared Modem revision identiÞcation
Request Infrared Modem capabilities list
Ensemble S2/B : GSM Call Control
+CR
+CRC
Service reporting control
Cellular result codes
Unsolicited Result Codes
*CRING
Cellular result code
Ensemble C3/B : Call Control
A
H
D
O
P
T
Answer
Hook control
Dial
Return to on-line data mode
Select pulse dialling
Select tone dialling
Ensemble S3/B : GSM Data/Fax
+CRLP
+CBST
Radio link protocol
Select bearer service type
Ensemble C4/B : Interface Commands
S2
S3
S4
S5
E
Q
V
&C
&D
+IFC
S0
S6
S7
S8
S10
M
X
Escape sequence character
Command line termination character
Response formatting character
Command line editing character
Command echo
Result code suppression
Result code format
Circuit 109 (DCD) control
Circuit 108 (DTR) response
DTE-DCE local ßow control
Automatic answer control
Blind dial delay control
Connection completion timeout
Comma dial modiÞer delay control
Automatic disconnect delay control
Monitor speaker control
Call progress monitoring control
Ensemble S4/B : GSM Extended Error Reporting
+CEER
Extended error report
Ensemble C6/B : Data Compression
+DS
+DR
Data compression
Data compression reporting
Unsolicited Result Codes
+DR
Data Compression Indication
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Ensemble S10/B : GSM Mobile Equipment Error Control
+CMEE
Report mobile equipment error
Ensemble C18/B : Fax Class 1
+FCLASS
+FMI
+FMM
+FMR
+FTS
+FRS
+FTM
+FRM
+FTH
+FRH
Capabilities IdentiÞcation and Control
Manufacturer identiÞcation
Request product identiÞcation
Request version
Stop transmission and wait
Receive silence
Facsimile transmit
Facsimile receive
Transmit HDLC
Receive HDLC
Ensemble C19/B : Fax Class 2
+FCLASS
+FAA
+FAXERR
+FBADLIN
+FBADMUL
+FBOR
+FBUF
+FBUG
+FCQ
+FCR
+FCIG
+FCTCRTY
+FDFFC
+FDCC
+FDCS
+FDIS
+FDR
+FDT
+FECM
+FET
+FK
+FLID
+FLNFC
+FLPL
+FMDL
+FMFR
+FMINSP
+FPHCTO
+FPTS
+FREV
+FRBC
+FREL
+FSPL
+FTBC
+FVRFC
+FWDFC
Capabilities IdentiÞcation and Control
Fax auto answer setting
Request hang-up cause code
Number of consecutive bad lines to accept
Bad line multiplier parameter
Facsimile page transfer bit order parameter
Buffer size report
Session Message Report
Copy quality checking
Capability to receive parameter
Local polling ID parameter
Continue to correct count during ECM
Data format failure check
TAE Capability parameters
Session results
Current session negotiation parameters
Fax data receive command
Fax data transmission command
Error correction mode
Page punctuation
Orderly fax abort
Local polling ID parameter
Page length format conversion parameter
Document for polling parameter
Request product identiÞcation
Request manufacturerÕs identiÞcation
Minimum facsimile page transfer speed parameter
Facsimile page transfer timeout parameter
Page transfer status parameter
Request DCE revision
Receive data block size
Facsimile page transfer EOL alignment parameter
Enable polling parameter
Fax page transfer data transmit byte count parameter
Vertical resolution conversion parameter
Page width conversion parameter
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APPLICATIONS
Profiles
The proÞle feature; group of settings preset to suit a certain environment. The proÞles are also
related to intelligent accessories such as a desktop charger, a portable or vehicle handsfree; useful for company integration with call forwarding etc.
The easiest way to set up the proÞles in one or several phones, is by using the Ericsson Phone
Settings program.
Fixed Dialling and Call Barring
For a company or an organisation, it can be useful to restrict the possibilities to make calls.
Fixed Dialling allows you to preset a number of digits, for example area codes. This restricts the
user to make calls only to numbers which use the preset digits as leading digits. Fixed Dialling
makes use of the PIN2, and it requires Þxed dial Þelds on the SIM Card. Check with your Operator for this feature.
Call Barring allows you to block outgoing or incoming calls in certain situations, for example
international calls. See the UserÕs Guide for a description.
Personal Phone Book
In a company or an organisation, you may need to deploy several phones with a common set of
Phone Book entries. To do this, you can do in one of the following ways:
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Use the Ericsson Phone Book and SMS Manager on your PC to prepare the common Phone
Book entries. Then send the Phone Book entries from the PC to each and every phone. See
the UserÕs Guide.
or
¥
Prepare the Phone Book on one SIM card in one phone. Then copy the contents from the
SIM card to each and every SIM card for the other phones. See the UserÕs Guide.
Voice Dialling
Voice dialling of 10 different phone numbers. Voice accept or reject of incoming calls.
Voice Memo
Voice memo is accessed either through the regular menu system or by pressing the button marked with a microphone. You can record either your own voice or the voice of the person with
whom you are speaking. You can also record short memos to yourself. Total record time 92
seconds for HR mode. However, in FR or EFR modes, the available record time will be Þlled
quicker, since more sound data is recorded to give a higher quality.
Note that it may not be allowed to record the voices of other parties in conversation. Please
check the appropriate regulations before using this function.
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Code Memo
If a password is lost, there is absolutely no technical possibility to retreive the password or the
hidden information from the phoneÕs Code Memo. Therefore, it is recommended to keep a code
in more than one place (in more than one Code Memo), if the code is critical to an organisation
or to a work group.
Calendar Entry Exchange
Calendar entries can be exchanged with other applications, according to the vCalendar speciÞcation. Using vCalendar, events, appointments, Óto-doÓ items and meeting information can be
ÓbeamedÓ to and from any IrDA equipped application with support for vCalendar, including
PDAs, PIMs, laptops and phones.
Business Card Exchange
Businesscards can be exchanged with other applications, according to the vCard speciÞcation.
vCard information can include name, address, phone number, e-mail address, but also elements
like pictures, company logos, live Web addresses, and so on. Any IrDA equipped application
with support for vCard can ÓbeamÓ business cards, including PDAs, PIMs, laptops and phones.
Ring Signal Exchange
The Ericsson R320s supports exchange of ring signals to and from other Ericsson R320s.
SMS
The Ericsson R320s is capable of sending and receiving SMS messages. With the Short Message Service, a user can send text messages containing up to 160 characters to and from GSM
mobile stations. A Service Centre (SC) acts as a store and forward centre. The Ericsson R320s
also supports using SMS as a bearer type for connecting to WAP.
SMS consists of two basic services:
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Mobile Originated SMS (from a Mobile Station to a SMS-C)
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Mobile Terminated SMS (from a SMS-C to a Mobile Station)
For Mobile Originated SMS, an SMS message is sent from a Mobile Station to the SMS-C
where it is forwarded to its destination. This can be another Mobile Station, or a terminal in the
Þxed network.
A Mobile Terminated SMS is when an SMS message is forwarded from the SMS-C to a Mobile
Station. When the Mobile Station receives the message, it returns a delivery report saying the
transfer was successful.
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ONLINE SERVICES
SIM Application Toolkit (SIM AT) is a smartcard centric method of deploying applications that
applies only to GSM and to SMS and USSD transports. Applications must be distributed on
smartcards. WAP is an Internet centric method of deploying applications that is independent of
the network technology. Applications and content are kept centrally on web servers and downloaded as required. While there is some overlap, WAP is a particularly good choice when deploying applications that also have an HTML version for desktop use. There is current work on
building interfaces between the two technologies.
For an operator, a company or a Service Provider, SIM AT offers a prowerful way to deploy
applications and services to users, without the need for new or upgraded equipment. All necessary setup and programming is distributed to the users over the air, directly to their phones. In
the Ericsson R320s, a separate menu is available for functions residing on the SIM. These can
include submenus for the user to control the functions, and also functions which allows the
phone to initiate calls, send data, display information to the user.
SIM AT Services supported by Ericsson R320s
Service
Mode
Support
in R320
CELL BROADCAST
DOWNLOAD
DISPLAY TEXT
Yes
bit 1:
bit 8:
GET INKEY
0 = normal priority
Yes
1 = high priority
Yes
0 = clear message after a delay
Yes
1 = wait for user to clear message
Yes
General: The GET_INKEY requires that the
user presses "Yes" to conÞrm his choice
Yes
bit 1:
0 = digits (0-9, *, # and +) only
Yes
1 = alphabet set
Yes
0 = SMS default alphabet
Yes
1 = UCS2 alphabet
Yes
0 = character sets deÞned by bit 1
and bit 2 are enabled.
No
bit 2:
bit 3:
1 = character sets deÞned by bit 1 and
bit 2 are disabled and the "Yes/No"
response is requested.
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No
Service
Mode
Support
in R320
GET INPUT
General: No of hidden input characters.
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bit 1:
0 = digits (0-9, *, # and +) only
Yes
1 = alphabet set
Yes
0 = SMS default alphabet
Yes
1 = UCS2 alphabet
Yes
0 = ME may echo user input on the
display
Yes
bit 2:
bit 3:
1 = user input shall not be revealed in
any way (see note)
bit 4:
bit 8:
0 = user input to be in unpacked
format
Yes
Yes
1 = user input to be in SMS packed
format
Yes
0 = no help information available
Yes
1 = help information available
No
MORE TIME
Yes
POLLING OFF
Yes
POLL INTERVAL
Yes
PROVIDE LOCAL INFORMATION
REFRESH
'00' = Location Information (MCC, MNC,
LAC and Cell Identity)
Yes
'01' = IMEI of the ME
Yes
'02' = Network Measurement results
No
'03' = Date, time and time zone
$(DTTinPLI)$
No
General: The reset option requests the user to
turn off and turn on the mobile.
Yes
'00' =SIM Initialization and Full File Change
NotiÞcation;
Yes
'01' = File Change NotiÞcation;
Yes
'02' = SIM Initialization and File Change NotiÞcation;
Yes
'03' = SIM Initialization;
Yes
'04' = SIM Reset;
Yes
SELECT ITEM
SEND SHORT MESSAGE
SEND SS
Yes
bit 1:
0 = packing not required
Yes
1 = SMS packing by the ME required
Yes
Yes
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Service
Mode
Support
in R320
SET UP CALL
General: Capability conÞguration
Yes
Setup speech call CallParty
Subaddress
DTMF support
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No
Yes
'00' = set up call, but only if not currently busy
on another call;
Yes
'01' = set up call, but only if not currently busy
on another call, with redial;
Yes
'02' = set up call, putting all other calls (if any)
on hold;
Yes
'03' = set up call, putting all other calls (if any)
on hold, with redial;
Yes
'04' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls
(if any);
Yes
'05' = set up call, disconnecting all other calls
(if any), with redial;;
Yes
SET UP MENU
Yes
SMS PP DOWNLOAD
Yes
START MENU
Yes
User interaction with SIM AT
DISPLAY TEXT
A text string of up to 160 characters (80 UCS coded) is supported.
Text clearing times 10-20 seconds. 60-second timeout limit for the user to clear the text.
ÔKeyÕ responses
ÔLong NOÕ Ð Proactive session terminated by user.
ÔNOÕ Ð Backward move in proactive session.
Any other key clears display if the command is successfully
performed.
GET INKEY
ÔKeyÕ responses
Prompt for a one character input. Pressing ÔYESÕ without entering any
character gives warning message ÒMinimum 1 charactersÓ.
ÔCLRÕ clears current character.
ÔLong NOÕ terminates the proactive session.
ÔNOÕ Ð Backward move in proactive session.
ÔYESÕ Ð Command performed successfully.
GET INPUT
Prompt for character input. Pressing ÔYESÕ without entering any character gives warning message ÒMinimum ÔnoÕ charactersÓ. The phone
will refuse to accept further input when maximum response length is
exceeded.
MMI Maximum Response lengths
Digits Only Ð xx characters
SMS default alphabet characters Ð 160 characters
Hidden Characters (Digits Only) Ð 20 characters
ÔKeyÕ responses
ÔCLRÕ clears current character/characters.
ÔLong NoÕ terminates the proactive session
ÔNOÕ Ð Backward move in proactive session
ÔYESÕ Ð Command performed successfully
REFRESH
A requirement to power down the phone and then power up again can
be sent to the user with the text ÔOperator has updated your SIM! Restart phone to update!Õ.
SELECT ITEM
Scroll to highlight item for selection. The maximum number of items
supported by the phone within one Select Item command, is 30.
Down arrow Ð Scroll down list
Up arrow Ð Scroll up list
Long NoÕ terminates proactive session
ÔNOÕ Ð Backward move in proactive session
ÔYESÕ Ð Command performed successfully
ÔKeyÕ responses
SEND SHORT MESS. Default message ÒSending message Please waitÓ can be replaced for
the Alpha IdentiÞer text, or suppressed completely if a null text is provided. Responses are ÒMESSAGE FAILEDÓ or MESSAGE SENTÓ.
ÔKeyÕ responses
ÔLong NoÕ or ÔNOÕ terminates the proactive session
SET UP CALL
If the ME is on a call when the command 'Set up Call, putting all other
calls on hold' is sent, the user will see the text 'Setting up a call current
call will be held'. If the 'YES' key is pressed the current call will be put
on hold and the new call set up. If the ME is on a call when the command ÔSet Up Call, disconnecting all other callsÕ is sent, the user will
see the text ÔSetting up a call current call will be disconnectedÕ. If the
ÔYESÕ key is pressed the current call will be disconnected and the new
call set up.
SET UP MENU
Incorporates a SIM Application Toolkit Menu Item into the MEÕs main
menu structure. From the standby display the right or left arrow buttons can be pressed to select the Menu Items. (Note: The SIM AT menu
option is found in the ÔExtrasÕ menu).
If an Alpha IdentiÞer is supplied in the Set Up Menu command this is
used as the SIM AT entry in the MEÕs main menu. If no alpha identiÞer
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ÔKeyÕ responses
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is supplied and only one item provided, then this item is used as
header. If no alpha identiÞer is supplied and several items are found in
the menu, a default title is used. If the SIM AT Menu Item is selected
using the ÔYESÕ key all the items sent in the Set Up Menu command
will be available for selection, in the same way as the Select Item command. A limit of 30 menu items has been set within this command.
Down arrow Ð Scroll down list
Up arrow Ð Scroll up list
Side key: Scrolls the menu
ÔYESÕ Ð Envelope (Menu Selection)
TERMINOLOGY AND ABBREVIATIONS
Beam
Sending an item to another phone or a compatible application using the
infrared link.This can include ring signals, calendar entries, business
cards.
Bearer
The method for accessing WAP from the phone, for example GSM
Data (CSD) and SMS.
bFTP
binary File Transfer Protocol.
Calling Line
IdentiÞcation (CLI)
Shows the number of the person calling you in your mobile phone display. You can then make an informed choice as to whether or not to
take the call. Bear in mind that not all numbers can be displayed. To
use this service, it must be supported by your network.
Card
A single WML unit of navigation and user interface. May contain information to present to the user, instructions for gathering user input, etc.
CGI
Common Gateway Interface.
CSD
Circuit Switched Data.
Deck
A collection of WML cards.
DTMF or Touch Tone
Dual Tone Multi Frequency signal Ð codes sent as tone signals. Used
for telephone banking, accessing an answering machine, etc.
Dual Band
GSM 900/1800
Your phone is a dual band phone, which means that you can use your
phone on two different kinds of networks Ð the GSM 900 and the GSM
1800 (also called PCN or DCS 1800) systems. A dual band phone that
combines the two standards can use both frequencies. This increases
capacity in densely populated urban areas, and consequently improves
the coverage offered by your network operator. It also offers you
enhanced international roaming, thanks to the additional networks now
available when you are travelling. The switching between the two systems is done automatically and seamlessly, which means that you can
use your phone without ever having to consider which system is best at
the time. This is taken care of by the networks. However, you should
note that the functions offered and the network coverage differ depending on your choice of operator and/or subscription.
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e-GSM
Extended GSM, e-GSM, are new frequncies speciÞied by the European Radio communications Committee (ERC) for GSM use when
additional spectrum is needed (Network dependent). It allows operators to transmit and receive just outside GSMÕs core 900 frequency
band. This extension gives increased network capability, which favours
both the user and the operators.
EFR
Enhanced Full Rate, speech coding.
FIR
Fast Infrared.
Fax Class
Standards for fax transmission are set as classes. Class I and II allow
data transfer speeds of between 2400 up to 9600 bps.
FR
Full Rate, speech coding.
Gateway
A WAP Gateway typically includes the following functionality:
: A Protocol Gateway Ð the protocol gateway translates requests from
the WAP protocol stack to the WWW protocol stack (HTTP and TCP/
IP).
: Content Encoders and Decoders Ð the content encoders translate Web
content into compact encoded formats to reduce the size and number of
packets traveling over the wireless data network.
GIF
Graphics Interchange Format.
GSM 900
GSM is the worldÕs most widely-used digital network, now operating
in over 100 countries around the world, particularly in Europe and
Asia-PaciÞc. The Global System for Mobile Communications is the
most-widely used digital mobile phone system. The GSM systems
family also includes GSM 1800 and GSM 1900. There are different
phases of roll-out for the GSM system and GSM phones are either
phase 1 or phase 2 compliant.
GSM 1800
Also known as DCS 1800 or PCN, is a digital network working on a
frequency of 1800 MHz. It is used in Europe and Asia-PaciÞc.
HDML
Handheld Device Markup Language.
HDTP
Handheld Device Transport Protocol.
HR
Half Rate, speech coding.
HTML
HyperText Markup Language.
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol.
Image
WBMP or GIF image contained in a Card.
IrMC
Infrared Mobile Communications standard.
IrDA
Infrared Data Association.
ISP
Internet Service Provider.
ITTP
Intelligent Terminal Transfer Protocol.
ME
Mobile Equipment.
Micro browser
Accesses and displays the Internet contents in your mobile phone, just
as an ordinary browser does in your computer. The micro browser uses
small Þle sizes and the bandwidth of the wireless-handheld network.
OTA
Over-the Air ConÞguration. To provide settings for the phone by way
of sending a message, SMS, over the network to the phone. This reduces the need for the user to conÞgure the phone manually.
PDA
Personal Digital Assistant.
Phone Book
A memory in your mobile phone or SIM card where phone numbers
can be stored and accessed by name or position.
SC
Service Center (for SMS).
Service Provider
A company that provides services and subscriptions to mobile phone
users.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module card Ð a card that must be inserted in any
GSM-based mobile phone. It contains subscriber details, security
information and memory for a personal directory of numbers. The card
can be a small plug-in type or credit card-sized but both types have the
same functions. Your phone uses the small plug-in card.
SIR
Serial Infrared.
SMS
Short Message Service. Allows messages of up to 160 characters to be
sent and received via the network operator's message centre to your
mobile phone. Messages are stored if the phone is off or out of reach
ensuring that they reach you. To use this service, it must be supported
by your network.
SS
Supplementary Services
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol.
TLS
Transport Layer Security.
URL
Uniform Resource Locator.
USSD
Unstructured Supplementary Services Data.
VAS
Value Added Service.
vCalendar
vCalendar deÞnes a transport and platform-independent format for
exchanging calendaring and scheduling information for use in PIMs/
PDAs and group schedulers. vCalendar is speciÞed by IETF.
vCard
vCard automates the exchange of personal information typically found
on a traditional business card, for use in applications such as Internet
mail, voice mail, Web browsers, telephony applications, call centers,
video conferencing, PIMs /PDAs, pagers, fax, ofÞce equipment, and
smart cards. vCard is speciÞed by IETF.
WAE
Wireless Application Environment.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. Handheld devices, low bandwidth,
binary coded, a deck/card metaphor to specify a service. A card is typically a unit of interaction with the user, that is, either presentation of
information or request for information from the user. A collection of
cards is called a deck, which usually constitutes a service.
WAP Application
A collection of WML cards, with the newcontext attribute set in the
entry card.
WAP service
A WML application residing on a web site.
WBMP
WAP Bitmap.
WDP
Wireless Datagram Protocol.
WML
Wireless Markup Language. A markup language used for authoring
services, fulÞlling the same purpose as HyperText Markup Language
(HTML) do on the World Wide Web (WWW). In contrast to HTML,
WML is designed to Þt small handheld devices.
WMLScript
WMLScript can be used to enhance the functionality of a service, just
as for example JavaScript may be utilised in HTML. It makes it possible to add e.g. procedural logic and computational functions to WAP
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WSP
Wireless Session Protocol.
WTLS
Wireless Transport Layer Security.
WWW
World Wide Web.
XML
Extensible Markup Language.
RELATED INFORMATION
Documents
¥
Ericsson R320s UserÕs Guide
¥
Ericsson R320 FAQ
¥
R320 Design guidelines for WAP Services
¥
AT Command Reference Manual
¥
WAP 1.1 SpeciÞcation
¥
XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson, bundled with the phone.
¥
XTNDConnect PC, upgraded version from Extended Systems Inc.
¥
http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com
¥
http://www.ericsson.com/wap
¥
http://www.extendedsystems.com
¥
http://www.irda.com
¥
http://www.wapforum.org
¥
http://www.imc.org/pdi/
Software
Links
Trademarks and acknowledgements
The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data Association and is used under license there from.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows CE and Windows NT are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation.
Pentium is a registered trademark or trademark of Intel.
3Com, Palm, PalmPilot and Palm OS are trademarks or registered trademarks of 3Com Corporation or its subsidiaries.
XTNDConnect is a trademark of Extended Systems Inc
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Index
A
Abbreviations ..................................................................... 37
Acknowledgement ............................................................... 41
Applications ....................................................................... 30
AT commands modem terminated .......................................... 28
AT commands phone terminal terminated ................................ 23
AT commands support .......................................................... 21
B
Built-in Infrared Modem
Business Card Exchange
....................................................... 18
....................................................... 31
C
Calendar Entry Exchange ...................................................... 31
Call Barring ........................................................................ 30
Code Memo ........................................................................ 31
Compatibility ...................................................................... 15
Connection via cable ............................................................ 20
Connection via desktop charger .............................................. 15
Connection via infrared ........................................................ 19
D
Desktop charger .................................................................. 15
Documents ......................................................................... 41
E
Enterprise integration
........................................................... 15
F
Fixed Dialling
..................................................................... 30
G
Gateway access ................................................................... 12
Gateway configuration ......................................................... 13
GSM Data .......................................................................... 20
GSM Data access characteristics ............................................ 13
I
Infrared Modem .................................................................. 18
Internet/Intranet access ......................................................... 11
L
Links
................................................................................ 41
M
Manual WAP configuration of phone ...................................... 10
Modem .............................................................................. 18
O
Online Services ................................................................... 32
Over the Air configuration .................................................... 13
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Overview of AT command functions
....................................... 21
P
Personal Phone Book ........................................................... 30
Phone Book ........................................................................ 30
Preface ................................................................................ 5
Priorities in communication ................................................... 19
Product description ................................................................ 6
Profiles .............................................................................. 30
Purpose of this document ........................................................ 5
R
Related information ............................................................. 41
Ring Signal Exchange .......................................................... 31
S
Screen characteristics ............................................................. 9
Security issues .................................................................... 14
SIM Application Toolkit ....................................................... 32
SIM AT Services supported by Ericsson R320s ......................... 32
SMS ................................................................................. 31
SMS access characteristics .................................................... 13
Software ............................................................................ 41
Synchronization features ....................................................... 15
Synchronization in Ericsson R320s ......................................... 15
Synchronization software bundled with phone ........................... 16
Synchronization software included with R320 ........................... 16
Synchronization software upgraded to full version ..................... 16
Synchronization software, full version ..................................... 16
T
Technical specification of the WAP browser ............................... 8
Technical specifications for infrared modem ............................. 18
Technical specifications for the phone ....................................... 6
Terminology and abbreviations .............................................. 37
Trademarks and acknowledgements ........................................ 41
U
User interaction with SIM AT ................................................ 35
Using a PC for configuration ................................................. 12
Using GSM Data for fax communication .................................. 21
Using WAP in Ericsson R320s ................................................. 7
V
Voice Dialling .................................................................... 30
Voice Memo ....................................................................... 30
W
WAP features ....................................................................... 7
WAP in Ericsson R320s .......................................................... 7
X
XTNDConnect PC ............................................................... 16
XTNDConnect PC for Ericsson .............................................. 16
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