mtx-65+g v6 terminal

MTX-65+G-V6 GPS & GSM-GPRS terminal modem http://www.matrix.es

The perfect combination of communication & location intelligent unit

MTX-65+G V6

TERMINAL

User Manual

Powered by CINTERION Wireless Module TC65i rel.2 and Trimble C1216

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General Notes

Product is deemed accepted by recipient and is provided without interface to recipient’s products. The documentation and/or product are provided for testing, evaluation, integration and information purposes. The documentation and/or product are provided on an “as is” basis only and may contain deficiencies or inadequacies. The documentation and/or product are provided without warranty of any kind, express or implied. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Matrix Electronica further disclaims all warranties; including without limitation any implied warranties of merchantability, completeness, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement of third-party rights. The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the product and documentation remains with the recipient. This product is not intended for use in life support appliances, devices or systems where the malfunction of the product can reasonably be expected to result in personal injury. Applications incorporating the described product must be designed to be in accordance with the technical specifications provided in these guidelines. Failure to comply with any of the required procedures can result in malfunctions or serious discrepancies in results.

Furthermore, all safety instructions regarding the use of mobile technical systems, including GSM products, which also apply to cellular phones, must be followed. Matrix Electronica or its suppliers shall, regardless of any legal theory upon which the claim is based, not be liable for any consequential, incidental, direct, indirect, punitive or any other damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information or data, or other pecuniary loss) that arise out the use of or inability to use the documentation and/or product, even if Matrix Electronica has been advised of the possibility of such damages. The foregoing limitations of liability shall not apply in case of mandatory liability, e.g. under the

Spanish Product Liability Act, in case of intent, gross negligence, injury of life, body or health, or breach of a condition included in the contract. However, claims for damages arising from a breach of a condition included in the contract shall be limited to the foreseeable damage, which is incorporated in the contract, unless caused by intent or gross negligence or based on liability for injury of life, body or health. The above provision does not imply a change on the burden of proof to the detriment of the recipient.

It is subject to change without notice at any time. The interpretation of this general note shall be governed and construed according to Spanish law without reference to any other substantive law.

Important information

This technical description contains important information for start up and use of the MTX-65+G-V6

Terminal.

Read it carefully before you start working with the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal.

The warranty will be void should damage occur due to non-compliance with these instructions for use.

We cannot accept any responsibility for consequential loss.

Service and Support

To contact customer support please use the contact details below:

Matrix Electronica

Alejandro Sanchez, 109

28019 Madrid –Spain- [email protected]

Tel. +34915602737

Information about MTX-65+G-V6 product and accessories is available on the following web site: http://www.mtx-terminals.com

Conctact us for FTP site user & password ftp://ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals/

Or contact your local distributor / sales agent:

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REVISION INFORMATION

FIRST EDITION. VERSION 1.0. Release: April 2013

VERSION 1.1 Release: May 2013

Fixed errors, added accelerometer feature.

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1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................... 7

1.1 Description ................................................................................................................................ 7

1.2 ORDERING INFORMATION ......................................................................................................... 7

1.3 Highlights .................................................................................................................................. 8

1.4 DIFFERENCES between MTX-65+G-V6 and MTX-65+G V3 ......................................................... 10

1.5 MTX-65+G-V6 Wireless modems in a Communication System .................................................... 14

1.6 Main Features and Services ...................................................................................................... 14

1.6.1 Types of Mobile Station .............................................................................................................................. 14

1.6.2 Short Message Service ................................................................................................................................ 15

1.6.3 Voice Calls ................................................................................................................................................. 15

1.6.4 Data ............................................................................................................................................................ 15

1.6.5 GPRS Multi-Slot Support............................................................................................................................ 16

1.6.6 Power Consumption ................................................................................................................................... 16

1.6.7 SIM Card .................................................................................................................................................... 18

1.7 Precautions ............................................................................................................................. 18

2. MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................ 18

2.1 Overview................................................................................................................................. 18

2.2. Dimensions ............................................................................................................................ 19

3. ELECTRICAL DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................... 20

3.1 Power Connector ..................................................................................................................... 20

3.2 Audio Connector ...................................................................................................................... 21

3.3 Mini USB Connector ................................................................................................................. 24

3.4 GSM Antenna Connector .......................................................................................................... 25

3.5. SIM card reader ...................................................................................................................... 25

3.6 MAIN Serial RS232 Interface Port ASC0 ................................................................................. 25

3.7 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................... 28

3.7.1. General Purpose Input/Output IO ............................................................................................................. 28

3.7.2. I2C Serial Control Bus .............................................................................................................................. 30

3.7.3. SPI Bus ...................................................................................................................................................... 31

3.7.4. Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC ........................................................................................................... 31

3.7.5 Real Time Clock ......................................................................................................................................... 32

3.8. GPS antenna connector ........................................................................................................... 32

3.9. GPS Application Interface ........................................................................................................ 33

3.9.1 Operating Principles .................................................................................................................................. 33

3.9.2 GPS-GSM Interface .................................................................................................................................... 36

3.9.3 Software Control ........................................................................................................................................ 36

3.9.4 Power Saving .............................................................................................................................................. 37

3.9.5 GPS Antenna .............................................................................................................................................. 37

3.10. Software Updates ................................................................................................................. 38

4. OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 39

4.1 Switching On the Modem. New “Automatic Restart after shutdown” feature. ............................... 39

4.2 Switching Off the Modem ......................................................................................................... 39

4.3 Operating States/LED .............................................................................................................. 40

5. EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS. .......................................................................................................................... 42

6 SAFETY AND PRODUCT CARE ........................................................................................................................ 43

6.1. Safety instructions .................................................................................................................. 43

6.2. General precautions ................................................................................................................ 43

6.3. SIM card precautions .............................................................................................................. 44

6.4. Antenna precautions ............................................................................................................... 44

6.5. Radio Frequency (RF) exposure and SAR ................................................................................. 44

6.6. Personal Medical Devices ........................................................................................................ 45

7. INSTALLATION OF THE MODEM ................................................................................................................. 46

7.1 Where to install the modem ..................................................................................................... 46

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7.1.1 Environmental conditions ........................................................................................................................... 46

7.1.2 Signal strength ............................................................................................................................................ 46

7.1.3 Connections of components to MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal ........................................................................... 46

7.1.4 Network and Subscription .......................................................................................................................... 46

7.2 How to install the modem ........................................................................................................ 46

7.2.1 Power supply .............................................................................................................................................. 46

7.2.2 Securing the modem ................................................................................................................................... 47

7.3 Antenna .................................................................................................................................. 47

7.3.1 General ....................................................................................................................................................... 47

7.3.2 Antenna type ............................................................................................................................................... 47

7.3.3 Antenna placement ..................................................................................................................................... 47

7.3.4 The antenna cable ....................................................................................................................................... 47

7.3.5 Possible communications disturbances ...................................................................................................... 48

8. ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................................................................................... 49

8.1. POWER SUPPLY ...................................................................................................................... 49

8.1.1 AC Power Adaptor ..................................................................................................................................... 49

8.1.2 DC cable ..................................................................................................................................................... 49

8.2. ANTENNAS ............................................................................................................................. 50

8.2.1 GSM Magnetic Dual Band Antenna (900/1800MHz) ................................................................................. 50

8.2.2 GSM Right angle short antenna ................................................................................................................. 50

8.2.3 GSM Patch Adhesive Antenna .................................................................................................................... 50

8.3. CABLES .................................................................................................................................. 51

8.3.1 Main port - RS232 4-way Serial Cable ....................................................................................................... 51

8.3.2 USB CABLE ............................................................................................................................................... 52

8.3.3 Adapter DB15 F – DB9 M .......................................................................................................................... 52

8.4. DIN Mounting Kit ......................................................................................................................................... 52

9, CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT .......................................................................................................................... 53

FCC COMPLIANT AND SAR INFORMATION .................................................................................................. 54

10. ROHS STATEMENT .......................................................................................................................................... 55

11. DISPOSAL OF OLD ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE MARK) ......................... 55

12. ABBREVIATIONS.............................................................................................................................................. 56

13. AT COMMAND SUMMARY ............................................................................................................................ 57

15. SALES CONTACT ............................................................................................................................................. 65

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MTX-65+G-V6

JAVA enabled Combi GSM/GPRS + GPS terminal

BLOCK DIAGRAM

GSM Antenna

FME M connector

GPS Antenna

SMA F connector

GPS receiver

3.7V 1200mA/h

Battery

(Optional)

ASC1

USB interface

DC-DC

Converter and battery charger

External power

6-32VDC

RJ12 Power

Connector

ON/OFF

GPIO

Cinterion TC65i r2

GSM/GPRS

Wireless module

Java featured

GPIO

ASC0

Optocouplers

Serial Port

RS232 Level

Shifter

I2C bus

Mini

USB

15 pins

DSUB

RJ12 Audio

Connector

MIC,

SPEAKER

SPI / I2C

I2C

Acelerometer

Optional

EEPROM

128K x 8

Optional

SIM Card

Reader

LED

Signalling

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Description

The MTX-65+G-V6 is an intelligent GPS receiver plus a GSM/GPRS radio terminal that encapsulates everything you need for wireless M2M capability in one compact unit.

The MTX-65+G-V6, in conjunction with JAVA SDK software package, can host and control your wireless application, minimizing the need for extra components.

Alternatively, it can be used as a powerful standalone GPRS modem with its intrinsic TCP/IP stack.

The MTX-65+G-V6 is a self contained terminal with its own SIM card reader and a standard connector interface, minimizing the need for further hardware development. This terminal can be used as a powerful and flexible device that can be used in a wide range of telemetry and telematics applications that rely on the remote exchange of data, voice, SMS or faxes via the GSM cellular network.

As well as providing a standard RS232 serial communication interface, the MTX-65+G-V6 also has an audio interface allowing an analogue handset to be connected. Also a USB port is included to allow the connectivity to all relevant PCs and control boards in office and industrial environments. The MTX-65+G-

V6 has a wide and useful range of IOs in their main port that can be reconfigured to add functions and features that make your M2M solution both innovative and cost effective.

The MTX-65+G-V6 can be used to provide a communications link for a variety of wireless applications including fleet and asset management, vending, security and alarm monitoring, e-maintenance and other telemetry applications.

With quad band 900/1800 MHz and 850/1900 MHz, your applications can be used all over the world.

The MTX-65+G-V6 incorporate a Cinterion WM TC65i module Release 2 and Trimble GPS receiver C1216

Note!

Some of the functions described inside this Technical Description are only possible when the SIM-

Card is inserted

1.2 ORDERING INFORMATION

MTX-65+G-V6

Ordering CODE 199801310

Hardware revision: HR 5.02

Firmware revision: FW 02.004

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1.3 Highlights

Interfaces

GSM FME M antenna connector

GPS SMA F antenna connector o

3 Opto isolated Inputs (1 for pulse counter) o

3 Opto isolated Outputs o

1 TTL input/output GPIO o

2 Analog Input o

1 x I2C/SPI bus. SPI optional, not available by default. o

1 x 4-wires RS232 UART flow control

• USB 2.0 port

• GREEN and RED Operating status LEDs

• SIM card interface 3 V, 1.8 V

• Plug-in power supply and on/off interfaces

• Handset audio interface common mode

General Features

• Quad-Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

• GPRS multi-slot class 12

• GSM release 99

• Control via AT commands

• SIM Application Toolkit (release 99)

• TCP/IP stack access via AT commands

• Internet Services: TCP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3

• Supply voltage range: 6 ... 36 Vdc

• Power consumption (at 12 V):

- Power down 0,5 mA

- Sleep mode (registered DRX = 6) 29mA .

- Speech mode (average) 360 mA

- GPRS class 12 (average) 600 mA

• Temperature range

- Operation*: -40°C to +85°C

• Dimensions. Excluding connectors: 78.1 x 66.8 x 37.2 mm

• Weight: < 190 g

• Accelerometer (internal connected to I2C)

• Hardware watchdog

GPRS data transmission

• GPRS class 12

• Mobile station class B

• PBCCH support

• Coding schemes CS 1-4

Multiple simultaneous PDP contexts

CSD data transmission

• Up to 14.4 Kbit/s

• V.110

• Non-transparent mode

• USSD support

Specification for fax

• Group 3, class 1, 2

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Voice Features

• Triple-rate codec for HR, FR, and EFR

• Adaptive multi-rate AMR

• Basic hands-free operation

• Echo cancellation

• Noise reduction

Short Message Service (SMS) Features

• Point-to-point MO and MT

• SMS cell broadcast

• Text and PDU mode

Internet Protocols

TCP/UDP/IP protocol stack

Extensive AT command access to TCP/IP stack

Internet Services: TCP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3

Specification for GPS

• Receiver 22 channel, L1 1575.42 MHz

• Accuracy Position: <2.5 m 50%

• Position with DGPS/SBAS: <2.0 m 50%

• Support of SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS) data

• GPS active antenna supply: 3.0 V

• GPS antenna supervision

• A-GPS enabled

• Tracking sensitivity: -160 dBm (with external antenna)

• Date WGS-84

• Start-up Time

- Hot start: < 2 s

- Warm start: 35 s

- Cold start: 38 s

• Protocols: NMEA-0183. Baudrate 9600 default, configurable 4800,19200, 38400, 57600, 115200

• NMEA-0183 Messages: GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC, CHN, GLL, VTG, ZDA.

Open application resources

ARM© Core, Blackfin© DSP

• Memory: 400 KB (RAM) and 1.7 MB (Flash)

• Improved power-saving modes

Java™ features:

• CLDC 1.1 Hl

• J2ME™ profile IMP-NG

• Secure data transmission with HTTPS, SSL and PKI

Over-the-air update

• Application SW: OTAP

• Firmware: FOTA (OMA compliant)

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1.4 DIFFERENCES between MTX-65+G-V6 and MTX-65+G V3

Release note

MTX-65+G-V6 is an enhanced version of the old MTX-65+G-V3 terminal, with full back wards hardware compatibility but with differences in functional features.

MTX-65+G-V6 has introduced the following features:

Internal hardware watchdog

A hardware watchdog can be used to restart the module inside.

By default, watchdog is not active. This watchdog is handled by two GPIOs.

MTX-65+G-V6 has a new internal hardware watchdog component which allows you to reset the module when it is not refreshed within 120 seconds.

By default, MTX-65+G-V6 are configured/shipped by factory default with watchdog disabled.

Two GPIO must be handled:

-GPIO1 (must be configured as output) set/resets watchdog

-GPIO2 (must be configured as output) must change the cycle in less than 120 seconds.

To enable this feature, use follow AT commands procedure:

Configuration procedure

AT^SPIO=1

AT^SCPIN=1,0,1; (GPIO 1 as output, Set-Reset Watchdog)

AT^SCPIN=1,1,1; (GPIO 2 as output, CLOCK -to be refreshed-)

To enable:

AT^SSIO=0,0 -activate-

AT^SSIO=1,0 -clock cycle-

AT^SSIO=1,1 -clock cycle-

To disable again, please use following procedure:

AT^SSIO=0,1 -disable-

AT^SSIO=1,0 -clock cycle-

AT^SSIO=1,1 -clock cycle-

The configuration is stored into the terminal if the power is still on. When terminal resets due to watchdog operating, it’s not necessary to repeat the procedure.

Remember to make refresh of watchdog with clock cycles (GPIO2) is less than 120 seconds as following example:

AT^SSIO=1,0 -clock cycle-

AT^SSIO=1,1 -clock cycle-

You can configure both, the “Automatic Restart” and the “Watchdog” in your Java routine source code using the initialization code.

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ACCELEROMETER

An internal accelerometer is connected to internal I2C bus.

Main use of this accelerometer is in low power application scenarios when internal battery is attached and needs long duration, or when external power needs power saving mode. User can program an internal acceleration trigger which allows that in below values module remains in power-down mode, this is, when terminal it’s not moving.

If acceleration trigger is reached, the accelerometer makes TC65i wake up to IDLE mode. Then, JAVA application can be launch and send telemetries. Acceleration trigger value is saved in non-volatile accelerometer memory registers. After these tasks, user can switch off again terminal and get into power-down mode.

You can use of course this component to get the 3 axis acceleration value.

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MTX-65+G-V3 vs. MTX-65+G-V6

ALL DIFFERENCES relate to internal module.

All external electrical, external interfaces and interfaces are the SAME giving 99% compatibility

NEW and ENHANCED FEATURES

ARM9 MTX65+G-V6 vs. ARM7 in MTX-65+G-V3. It has more power.

Low temperature range has been extended for TC65i to support restricted operation down to -

40°C.

A major benefit of TC65i is an ultra low current consumption in all SLEEP modes, cut down to less than half the range of TC65. IDLE mode current is about 40% lower than with TC65.

In transfer modes the current consumption has been minimized up to 50% depending on the connection type.

Manufacturer Name, USB Vendor ID changed Siemens to Cinterion

With TC65i, Cinterion introduces an improved multiband selection procedure.

TC65i provides dedicated Java APIs for direct access to module’s interfaces I2C, SPI, DAC and

ADC.

GPS: Simple AGPS feature.

Better power consumption.

TC65i features ultra low current consumption in all SLEEP modes, cut down to less than half the range of TC65. IDLE mode current is about 40% lower than with TC65. In transfer modes the current consumption has been minimized up to 50% depending on the connection type.

MTX65+G-V6 Condor C1216GPS can be put in low power and active mode with NMEA command.

8.25mW (2.5mA)

GPS Antenna supervision NMEA command is available

GPS Receiver. Better sensitivity. 5Hz update rate

Intention to have various options

Added to I2C bus to GPIO extender chip

Can be used to switch off/on the GPS

All benefits from new TC65i-X

More memory

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Cinterion module

SDK

MTX-65+G-V3

XT65 rel 2

MTX-65+G-V6

TC65i rel 2

API for I2C, SPI, DAC, ADC

Transparent TCP Service

TLS/SSL for TCP Client, Transparent

TCP and HTTP

Tunneling mode

Informal network scan (without SIM)

NO

NO

NO

Only transparent GPS mode

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

SMS based diagnostics

GPS inside

NO

ANTARIS 4

YES

C1216 (Trimble)

AT commands to use GPS

Custom Options

Battery inside

AT^SGPSS, AT^SGPSC,

AT^SGPSP, AT^SGPSR NOT SUPPORTED

Location API

(JSR179) for GPS access

Java Location API

The package com.cinterion.location includes a Location API to support external GPS applications:

Coordinates Class

Landmark Class

LandmarkStore Class

QualifiedCoordinates Class

AddressInfo Class

TC65i-X

2M RAM

8M FLASH

FOTA without external memory

I2C chip to GPIO extender

-Switch off/on the GPS

-1 Mbit EEPROM

MTX-65+G+B V5 MTX-65+G+B V7

Ver 2.8 MTX-TUNNEL GPS Ver 2.5

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1.5 MTX-65+G-V6 Wireless modems in a Communication System

Figure 1 and Figure 2 illustrate the main blocks of a wireless communication system using the wireless modem. Figure 1 show the communication system when a micro-controller is used. They also show the communication principles of the system and the interface between the wireless modem and the application and Figure 2 shows the communication system when the JAVA application is embedded on the wireless modem. The definitions in the figures, as used elsewhere in this manual, are in accordance with the recommendations of 3GPP TS 27.007.

The MS (mobile station) represents the wireless modem and SIM card. The wireless modem excluding

SIM card, is known as the ME (mobile equipment).

The DTE (data terminal equipment) is the controlling application. This can be either an external host or an internal embedded application.

The DCE (data circuit terminating equipment) is the serial communication interface of the MS.

Figure 1. Main Blocks in a Wireless System (external micro-controller) Figure 2. Main Blocks in a Wireless System (embedded application)

1.6 Main Features and Services

The MTX-65+G-V6 perform a set of telecom services (TS) according to GSM standard phase 2+, ETSI and ITU-T. The services and functions of the MTX-65+G-V6 are implemented by issuing customized applications embedded on the device, or by AT commands issued internally, or over the RS232 serial interface.

1.6.1 Types of Mobile Station

The MTX-65+G-V6 is a fully Quad Band capable GSM/GPRS mobile station with the characteristics shown in the table below.

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Feature

Frequency range (MHz)

Tx

Rx

RF power @ARP with

50Ω load (typ)

Channel spacing

Number of channels

Number of TD slots

Duplex spacing

GSM power class

Modulation

GSM850

824-849

869-894

33dBm

200kHz

124

8

45MHz

4 (2W)

GMSK

E-GSM900

880-915

925-960

33dBm

200kHz

174

8

45MHz

4 (2W)

GSM1800

1710-1785

1805-1880

30dBm

200kHz

374

8

95MHz

1 (1W)

GSM1900

1850-1910

1930-1990

30dBm

200kHz

299

8

80MHz

1 (1W)

Receive sensitivity

GPRS multi-slot class

1.6.2 Short Message Service

<-102dBm at antenna connector

Class 12

The wireless modem supports the following SMS services:

• Sending; MO (mobile-originated) with both PDU (protocol data unit) and text mode supported

• Receiving; MT (mobile-terminated) with both PDU and text mode supported

• CBM (cell broadcast message); a service in which a message is sent to all subscribers located in one or more specific cells in the GSM network (for example, traffic reports)

• SMS status report according to 3GPP TS 23.40

The maximum length of a text mode SMS message is 160 characters using 7-bit encoding. The wireless modem supports up to six concatenated messages to extend this function. Concatenation is performed by the host application.

1.6.3 Voice Calls

The wireless modem offers the capability of MO (mobile originated) and MT (mobile terminated) voice calls, as well as supporting emergency calls. Multi-party, call waiting and call divert features are available. Some of these features are network operator specific.

For the inter-connection of audio, the wireless modem offers balanced analogue input and output lines. The wireless modems support HR, FR, EFR and AMR vocoders.

1.6.4 Data

The wireless modem supports the following data protocols:

• GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)

The wireless modem is a Class B terminal. The wireless modem is GPRS multi-slot class12 (4+4) enabled, capable of receiving at a maximum of 4 timeslots per frame (down link), and transmitting in

4 timeslots per frame (up link). See section 1.4.5

for multi-slot allocation by class.

• CSD (Circuit Switched Data)

The MTX-65+G-V6 wireless modem is capable of establishing a CSD communication at 9.6 kbps and

14.4 kbps over the air.

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1.6.5 GPRS Multi-Slot Support

GSM Multi-slot classes supported by MTX-65+G-V6

Multi

8

10

12

-slot

Class

Maximum slot allocation

Dow nlink Uplink Active

4

4

4

1

2

4

5

5

5

Allow able Configuration Max data rate

1 up; 4 down

1 up; 4 down

2 up; 3 down

1 up 4 down

2 up 3 down

3 up 2 down

4 up 1 down

8-12Kbps Send

32-48Kbps Receive

8-12Kbps Send

32-48Kbps Receive

16-24Kbps Send

24-36Kbps Receive

8-12kpbs per slot

1.6.6 Power Consumption

The table below briefly summarizes the various operating modes referred to in the following chapters.

GSM / GPRS SLEEP

Various power save modes set with AT+CFUN command. Software is active to minimum extent. If the Terminal was registered to the GSM network in

IDLE mode, it is registered and paging with the BTS in SLEEP mode too.

Power saving can be chosen at different levels: The NON-CYCLIC SLEEP mode (AT+CFUN=0) disables the AT interface. The CYCLIC SLEEP modes

AT+CFUN=7 and 9 alternately activate and deactivate the AT interfaces to allow permanent access to all AT commands.

GSM IDLE

Normal operation

GSM TALK

GPRS IDLE

GPRS DATA

GPS Transparency

Software is active. Once registered to the GSM network paging with BTS is carried out. The Terminal is ready to send and receive.

Connection between two subscribers is in progress. Power consumption depends on the network coverage’s individual settings, such as DTX off/on,

FR/EFR/HR, hopping sequences and antenna.

Terminal is ready for GPRS data transfer, but no data is currently sent or received. Power consumption depends on network settings and GPRS configuration (e.g. multi

slot settings).

GPRS data transfer in progress. Power consumption depends on network settings (e.g. power control level), uplink / downlink data rates, GPRS configuration (e.g. used multi output power.

slot settings) and reduction of maximum

GPS transparent mode. The mode is set by AT command.

POWER DOWN

Airplane mode

Normal shutdown after sending the AT^SMSO command, after pressing the ON/OFF key or after the activation of the ON/OFF line. The RTC works continuously, but the software is not active. Interfaces are not accessible.

Airplane mode shuts down the radio part, causes the Terminal to log off from the GSM/GPRS network and disables all AT commands whose execution requires a radio connection.

Airplane mode can be controlled by the AT commands AT^SCFG and AT+CALA:

• With AT^SCFG= MEopMode/Airplane/OnStart the Terminal can be configured to enter the Airplane mode each time when switched on or reset.

The parameter AT^SCFG=MEopMode/Airplane can be used to switch back and forth between

Normal mode and Airplane mode any time during operation.

Setting an alarm time with AT+CALA followed by AT^SMSO wakes the module up into Airplane mode at the scheduled time.

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Average power consumption

Parameter Description Conditions Min Typ Max Unit

VPOWER Operating Voltage for one minute 6 12 32 V

Power Down mode

SLEEP mode

IDLE mode

IPOWER

Average supply current (average time 3 min.)

@25°C @ worst case: GSM 900 max power level

TALK mode

@8V

@12V

@30V

@8V

@12V Data GPRS 1Tx / 4Rx

@30V

@8V

Data GPRS 2Tx / 3Rx

(Power reduction = 3dB)

@12V

@30V

@8V

Data GPRS 4Tx / 1Rx

(Power reduction = 6dB)

@12V

@30V

@8V

@12V

@30V

@8V

@12V

@30V

@8V

@12V

@30V

184

173

248

0.50

29

36

330 mA mA mA mA mA mA mA

IPOWER_P

(6)

Peak supply current during transmission slot

(577μs * No. of Tx every

4.6ms)

Power control level for

Pout max

@8V

@12V 910 mA

@30V

The power consumption figures shown represent typical average current and making different multi-slot configurations, the worst case being that of two uplink and three downlink slots.

(6) Typical values measured with antenna impedance = 50Ohm (return loss >20dB)

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1.6.7 SIM Card

The MTX-65+G-V6 support an external SIM card through the integrated SIM holder. Both 3V and 1.8V

SIM technology is supported. Older, 5V SIM technology is not supported.

1.7 Precautions

The MTX-65+G-V6 as a standalone item is designed for indoor use only. For outdoor use it must be integrated into a weatherproof enclosure. Do not exceed the environmental and electrical limits as specified in Technical Data.

2. MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION

2.1 Overview

The pictures below show the mechanical design of the module along with the positions of the different connectors and mounting holes. The module case is made of durable PC/ABS plastic.

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2.2. Dimensions

Figure 5. Dimensions of the MTX-65+G terminal in mm

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3. ELECTRICAL DESCRIPTION

All electrical connections to the module are protected in compliance with the standard air and contact

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).

The module uses the following industry standard connectors:

• High density 15 pin D-Sub (Main RS232 UART and extended I/O interface)

• RJ12 6-way (power supply connector)

• RJ12 4-way (handset connector)

• SIM card reader

• FME male coaxial jack (GSM antenna connector)

• SMA female coaxial jack (GPS antenna connector)

3.1 Power Connector

An RJ12 6-way connector, as shown and described below, serves means of supplying and controlling D.C. power to the modem.

The supply voltage, VCC, required by the modem is in the range 9-30V DC. We recommend a 12V DC power supply. The power supply has to be a single voltage source capable of providing a peak during an active transmission. The uplink burst causes strong ripples (drop) on the power lines.

By DEFAULT, MTX-65+G-V6 is shipped to switch on automatically only with supply at PIN 1 and PIN 6. If you disable “Automatic power up” you will need to use the additional active-low control signal, TURN_ON, must applied for > 0.2s.

A second active-low control signal, TURN_OFF, can be used to switch modem off or to perform hardware reset (if automatic restart feature, page 35 is enabled) when applied for > 0,1s.

PIN: Signal

1 Vin

Dir

Input

Limits

6-32 Vdc

Description

Positive power input

.

2

3

OUT4-

GPIO6

TURN_OFF Input

0 – Vin

Opto isolated output GP06 + Red LED

0= Hi impedance

1=Active =Vin.

Opto isolated input Active low control line used to switch off or reset the modem

Power off: t >10ms

4

5

6

TURN_ON Input

IN4

GPIO5

GND

Input

Input

0 – Vin

7 – Vin

6.15 mA max

Opto isolated input Active low control line used to switch on the modem

Power on: t > 0.4s

Opto isolated input GPO5.

7-Vin = logic « 1 »

Negative power (ground)

Note. VCC and GND are reverse polarity and overvoltage protected

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3.2 Audio Connector

A 6-way 4-pole RJ connector, as shown below, allows a telephone handset to be plugged into the modem, allowing access to the microphone and earpiece signals. The connector may also be used to drive other analogue audio sub-systems or devices.

The audio interface provides one analog input for a microphone and one analog output for an earpiece.

• The microphone input and the earpiece output are single ended.

• For electrets microphones a supply source is implemented.

• The MTX-65+G-V6 is pre-configured to work with a range of handsets, the audio interface is flexible and its performance can be configured, using AT commands, to match a particular handset or audio subsystem.

• Earpiece outputs are short-circuiting protected.

Audio handset connection.

Audio signal descriptions are listed below:

By default audio mode is Single-Ended for microphone: PIN 1 –MICN- is connected to AGND

Pin Signal

0

1

2

Vout POWER

MICN

EPN

Dir

O

I

O

Description

4,5V – 4,8V 100mA

Microphone negative input

Earpiece negative output

3

4

5

EPP

MICP

AGND

O

I

I

Earpiece positive output

Microphone positive input

NOT CONNECTED ordering code)

(By default, can be joined to GND special

PIN 1 is featured to power external devices. Be sure that maximum current not exceed 100mA.

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The electrical characteristics of the voiceband part vary with the audio mode. Specifications are listed in following table. To suit several types of audio equipment, three audio modes given by default can be selected by the AT command AT^SNFS.

The audio mode 1 are optimized for the reference handset (type Votronic) connected to the MTX-65+G-

V6 Terminal, and to ensure that the reference parameters are always within the limits demanded by the standards they cannot be changed by AT command. Furthermore, the reference parameters are set as factory default.

In audio mode 4 and 5, the gain in the microphone, earpiece and the side tone path can be adjusted from the cellular device application by using further AT commands.

Please note that the 2nd audio interface of the XTC65 module is not connected in the MTX-65+G-V6

Terminal. Audio modes 2, 3 and 6 can be selected by setting AT^SAIC=2, 1, 1,

Mode No AT^SNFS=

1 (Default settings, not adjustable)

4 5

Name

Purpose

Default Handset

Recommended handset

NO

YES

User Handset Plain Codec 1

User provided handset

Direct access to speech coder

YES YES Gains programmable via AT command

Side tone

Earpiece output signal in mV eff. @

0dBm0, 1024 Hz, no load (at default gain settings); @ 3.14 dBm0

475 mV

YES

Volume control

Echo control (send)

NO YES YES

Cancellation and suppression

Cancellation and suppression

NO

YES YES NO Noise suppression

MIC input signal for 0dBm0 @ 1024 Hz

(at default gain settings)

12.5 mV 12.5 mV 400 mV

475 mV (default @ max volume)

YES

1.5 V 6.0 Vpp

Side tone gain (at default settings) 24.9 dB 24.9 dB -∞ dB

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The electrical characteristics are given in the table below.

Function Signal name

IO Parameter

Microphone MICP,

MICN

I DC (no load) at MICP

DC at MICP in POWER DOWN

Min. Typ. Max. Unit

5.3 5.4 5.6 V

0V V

DC (no load) at MICN

DC Resistance differential MICN, MICP

(balanced)

Impedance Zi (balanced)

0 V

4.6 4.7 4.8 KOhm

3.9 4.0 4.1 KOhm

Input level Uimax

Restricted Input level Uires 7

Gain range 6 dB steps

Frequency Range fine scaling by DSP (inCalibrate)

0

200

-∞

0.6 VPP

1.6 VPP

42 dB

3900 Hz

0 dB

Impedance (balanced) 8 Ohm Earpiece EPP,

EPN

O

AC output level UO Gain = 0dB @ 3.14 dBm0 no load

Gain range

Gain accuracy

Frequency area

DC Offset (balanced)

Attenuation distortion for 200...3900Hz

-18

200

5.97

1

VPP

0 dB

0.8 dB

3900 Hz

100 mV dB

Out-of-band discrimination 70 dB

LEAudio Length of Audio (Handset) cable 3 m

Unless otherwise stated, all specified values are valid for gain setting (gs) 0dB and 1kHz test signal. gs = 0dB means audio mode = 5, inBbcGain= 0, inCalibrate = 32767, outBbcGain = 0, OutCalibrate =

16384, sideTone = 0.

The electrical characteristics of the voiceband part depend on the current audio mode selected by the AT command AT^SNFS. See Table 9: Audio modes.

The audio modes 4 and 5 can be adjusted by parameters. Each audio mode is assigned a separate parameter set.

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Audio Parameters Adjustable by AT Commands

Parameter

inBbcGain inCalibrate

Influence to Range Gain range

Calculation

MICP/MICN analog amplifier gain of baseband controller before ADC

0...7 0...42dB 6dB steps digital attenuation of input signal after ADC

0...32767 -∞...0dB 20 * log

(inCalibrate/

32768) outBbcGain EPP/EPN analog output gain of baseband controller after DAC

0...3 0...-18dB 6dB steps outCalibrate[n] n = 0...4 sideTone

Digital attenuation of output signal after speech decoder, before summation of sidetone and DAC present for each volume step[n]

0...32767 -∞...+6dB 20 * log (2 * outCalibrate[n]/

32768)

Digital attenuation of sidetone is corrected internally by outBbcGain to obtain a constant sidetone independently to output volume

0...32767 -∞...0dB 20 * log

(sideTone/

32768)

3.3 Mini USB Connector

The USB 2.0 interface allows the connectivity to all relevant PCs and control boards in office and industrial environments. The USB interface is a USB 2.0 full speed (12Mbit/s) interface for AT-C modem functionality between the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal and e.g. a PC.

It can be operated on a USB 2.0 Full Speed or High Speed root hub (a PC host), but not on a generic USB

2.0 High Speed hub which translates High Speed (480 Mbit/s/) to Full Speed (12 Mbit/s).

In MTX-65+G-V6 terminal the USB port has different functions depending on whether or not Java is running. Under Java, the lines may be used for debugging purposes. If Java is not used, the USB interface is available as a command and data interface and for downloading firmware.

The USB I/O-pins are capable of driving the signal at min 3.0V. They are 5V I/O compliant. To properly connect the module’s USB interface to the host a USB 2.0 compatible connector is required. Furthermore, the USB modem driver delivered with MTX-65+G-V6 must be installed as described below.

The USB host is responsible for supplying, across the VUSB_IN line, power to the internal module’s USB interface, but not to other MTX-65+G-V6 interfaces, so it can not be powered by USB. MTX-65+G-V6 is designed as compliant with the “Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0”

There are available drivers for Windows environment applications. Visit MTX-65+G-V6 web page at: www.matrix.es/MTX-TERMINALS

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3.4 GSM Antenna Connector

The antenna connector allows transmission of radio frequency (RF) signals between the modem and an external customer-supplied antenna. The modem is fitted with a 50Ω, FME male coaxial jack.

The external antenna must be matched properly to achieve best performance regarding radiated power,

DC-power consumption, modulation accuracy and harmonic suppression.

3.5. SIM card reader

The MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal is fitted with a SIM card reader designed for 1.8V and 3V SIM cards. It is the flip-up type which is lockable in the horizontal position and is accessed through a removable panel as shown below.

The card holder is a five wire interface according to GSM 11.11. A sixth pin has been added to detect whether or not the SIM card drawer is inserted.

Removing and inserting the SIM card during operation requires the software to be reinitialized. Therefore, after reinserting the SIM card it is necessary to restart the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal.

The full operation of the MTX-65+G-V6 relies on a SIM card being inserted. Some MTX-65+G-V6 functionality may be lost if you try to operate the control terminal without a SIM card.

3.6 MAIN Serial RS232 Interface Port ASC0

The modem supports a standard RS232 serial interface (EIA/TIA 574) via its 15 pin Sub-D connector, shown below.

Pin Signal

2

3

RD 0

TD 0

14 GND

7

8

RTS / SPICS optional

CTS / SPDI optional

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MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal is designed for use as a DCE (data circuit-terminating equipment) based on the conventions for DCE-DTE connections it communicates with the customer application (DTE- data terminating equipment) using the following signals:

• Port TxD @ application sends data to TXD of the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal

• Port RxD @ application receives data from RXD of the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal

The RS-232 interface is implemented as a serial asynchronous transmitter and receiver conforming to

ITU-T V.24 Interchange Circuits DCE. It is configured for 8 data bits, no parity and 1 stop bit and can be operated at fixed bit rates from 300bps to 460,800bps.

Autobauding supports bit rates from 1,2bps to 460,800bps. Hardware handshake using the /RTS and

/CTS signals and XON/XOFF software flow control are supported.

The electrical characteristics of the serial port signals are shown below:

Note: Outputs at 3kOhm load

Pin Signal Dir Voltage levels Description

2

3

7

RD 0

TD 0

14 GND

RTS

O

I

-

I

Min ±5V

VILmax = 0.6V

VIHmin = 2.4V

VImax = ±25V

0V

VILmax = 0.6V

VIHmin = 2.4V

VImax = ±25V

Received data

Transmitted data

Ground connection

Request to send

8 CTS O Min ±5V Clear to send

• Includes the data lines TXD0 and RXD0, by default the status lines RTS0 and CTS0 are included.

Then, SIPCS and SPIDI are not active by default .

Please contact [email protected]

for more information.

• ASC0 is primarily designed for controlling voice calls, transferring CSD, fax and GPRS data and for controlling the GSM engine with AT commands.

• Full Multiplex capability allows the interface to be partitioned into three virtual channels, but with CSD and fax services only available on the first logical channel.

• By default, it is configured for 8 data bits, no parity and 1 stop bit. The setting can be changed using the AT command AT+ICF and, if required, AT^STPB.

• ASC0 can be operated at fixed bit rates from 300 bps to 460800 bps.

By default it is configured in fixed rate 115200 bauds.

• Autobauding is not compatible with multiplex mode. Autobauding is NOT recommended when using

SKD and MES applications. Please use fixed baud rate, as 115200 8N1.

• Supports XON/XOFF software flow control. By default it’s supported by RTS0/CTS0 hardware flow control.

The MTX-65+G-V6 supports a range of configurable I/Os on the 15 pin high density connector together with I2C/SPI bus

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V6 Signal

Dir Max. Voltage limits

1

2

I2CCLK

SPICLK

RD0

O

O

0.2 - 3.05 V

Min ±5V

Description

I2C or SPI bus clock signal

Received data

8

9

4

5

6

3

7

10

TD0

IO_1

(GPIO 9)

OUT_2

(GPIO 8)

I2CDAT-

SPIDO

RTS0

(op.SPICS)

CTS0

(op.SPIDI)

ADC2

VOUT

11 IN_2

(GPIO 7)

12 OUT_3

(GPIO 4)

13 IN_3

(GPIO 10)

14 GND

15 ADC 1

I

I

I VILmax = 0.6V

VIHmin = 2.4V

VImax = ±25V

I/O Input: 0.8 - 3.05 V

Output: 0.2 - 3.05 V

O Output: 0.2 V or High Impedance

O

I

I/O Input: 0.8 - 3.05V

Output: 0.2 - 3.05V

I

O

VILmax = 0.6V

VIHmin = 2.4V

VImax = ±25V

Min ±5V

I Vimin = 0V, VImax = 2.4V

Ri ≈ 750kOhms

Measurement interval: 100ms – 30s

Sensitivity, accuracy: 2400 steps (1step = 1mv)

Accuracy: ± 0.5mV

Vout = 4.5 – 4.9 Vdc; Imax = 100mA.

O

0 - Vin

6.15 mA max

Output: 0.2 V or High Impedance

Transmitted data

Digital input/output I/O 9 CMOS

Opto-isolated Digital Output 2. If active Output = 0,2 V.

I2C data or SPI bus Data Output

Ready to Send

Carrier to Send

Analog-Digital converter Input 2

Regulated Power Supply 5V

Opto-isolated input 2 Active low.

0 - Vin

6.15 mA max

0V

Vimin = 0V, VImax = 2.4V

Ri ≈ 750kOhms

Measurement interval: 100ms – 30s

Sensitivity, accuracy: 2400 steps (1step = 1mv)

Accuracy: ± 0.5mV

Opto-isolated Digital Output 3. If active Output = 0,2 V.

Opto-isolated input 3 Active low.

Ground connection

Analog-Digital converter Input 2

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3.7 Interfaces

3.7.1. General Purpose Input/Output IO

Dir

Inputs/ Outputs

High-Low levels

Max. limits

Main & Expansion Connector

Description

4

5

11

IO_1

(GPIO 9)

OUT_2

(GPIO 8)

IN_2

(GPIO 7)

I/O

O

I

Input: 0.8 - 3.05 V

Output: 0.2 - 3.05 V

Output: 0.2 V or High

Impedance

0 – Vin

6.15 mA max

Digital input/output I/O 9 CMOS

Opto-isolated Digital Output 2.

If active Output = 0,2 V.

Opto-isolated input 2 Active low.

12

13

OUT_3

(GPIO 4)

IN_3

(GPIO 10)

O

I

Output: 0.2 V or High

Impedance

0 – Vin

6.15 mA max

Power Connector

Opto-isolated Digital Output 3.

If active Output = 0,2 V.

Opto-isolated input 3 Active low.

2

OUT4

(GPIO6)

O

VoL min 0V max 1,5V

VoH min - max 30V

I max 30Ma

Output: 0 - VSupply

Opto-isolated output GPIO6 Shared with RED LED:

0 OFF= High Impedance,

1 ON =Vin.

5

IN4

(GPIO5)

I

7 – 28 V

6.15 mA max

30 V

10 mA max.

Opto-isolated input GPIO5.

7-28V = logic “1”

IO_1 (Connected to GPIO 9) is CMOS level general purpose input/output programmable by the user for the following features:

• An input or output

• Level-sensitive or transition-sensitive

• Open drain or direct drive

• Polarity (inversion)

• Internal pull-up resistors

IMPORTANT!

MTX-65+G-V6 have internal optocoupler components, so be careful to program the following GPIOs as follows:

GPIO 3, GPIO 6 and GPIO 8 MUST be configured as OUTPUT

GPIO 5, GPIO 7 and GPIO 10 MUST be configured as INPUT

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Electrical equivalent circuits inputs/outputs.

Note. Look at TCMD4000 opto

-isolator component for more information. You can get a datasheet at

ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals

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3.7.2. I2C Serial Control Bus

I2C is a serial, 8-bit oriented data transfer bus for bit rates up to 400kbps in Fast mode. It consists of two lines, the serial data line I2CDAT and the serial clock line I2CCLK.

The MTX-65+G-V6 module acts as a single master device, e.g. the clock I2CCLK is driven by module.

I2CDAT is a bi-directional line.

Each device connected to the bus is software addressable by a unique 7-bit address, and simple master/slave relationships exist at all times. The module operates as master-transmitter or as masterreceiver. The customer application transmits or receives data only on request of the module.

Pin

1

6

14

MTX-

65+G-V6

Signal

I2CCLK

I2CDAT

GND

Function

Dir

O

Signal name

Max. Voltage limits

0.2 - 3.05 V

0V

Description

I2C bus clock signal

I2C data bus

Ground connection

IO Signal form and level Comment

To configure and activate the I2C bus use the AT^SSPI command. If the I2C bus is active the two lines

I2CCLK and I2DAT are locked for use as SPI lines. Vice versa, the activation of the SPI locks both lines for I2C.

The I2C interface is powered from an internal VEXT supply line so the I2C interface will be properly shut down when the module enters the Power-down mode.

I2C interface

I2CCLK

I2CDAT

O

I/O

RO ≈ 33Ω

VOLmax = 0.25V at I = 2mA

VOHmin = 2.50V at I = -0.5mA

VOHmax = 3.05V

RO ≈ 33Ω VOLmax = 0.25V at

I = 2mA VILmax = 0.8V

VIHmin = 2.0V VIHmax =

3.05V

I2CDAT is configured as pen Drain and needs a pull-up resistor in the host application.

According to the I2C Bus

Specification Version 2.1 for the fast mode a rise time of max. 300ns is permitted. There is also a maximum

VOL=0.4V at 3mA specified.

The value of the pull-up depends on the capacitive load of the whole system (I2C Slave + lines). The maximum sink current of I2CDAT and I2CCLK is 4mA.

If lines are unused keep pins open.

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Inside MTX-65+G-V6

Internal accelerometer is connected to I2C

3.7.3. SPI Bus

The MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal has NOT enabled SPI bus. By default SPICS and SPIDI signals are not enabled because those pins are shared with CTS and RTS. Also as accelerometer and EEPROM*

(*optional) is connected to I2C we do not recommend the activation of SPI bus.

As I2C interface is used, SPI interface is not available/recommended for use.

Signal name Pin Description

SPICS

SPIDI

I2CDAT_SPIDO

7

8

6

NOT ENABLED. By default is RTS. Can be changed to:

SPICS: Chip select – selects and activates the external device via a low signal.

NOT ENABLED. By default is CTS. Can be changed to:

SPIDI: Data in – serial data input line (from the external device to the

MTX-65+G-V6Terminal)

Data out – serial data output line (from the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal to the external device)

I2CCLK_SPICLK 1 Serial clock line

3.7.4. Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC

)

The ADC of the MTX-65+G-V6 consists of 2 independent, unbalanced, multiplexed analog inputs that can be used for measuring external DC voltages in the range of 0mV…+2400mV. The ADC has a resolution of

12 bits.

Use the command AT^SRADC described in [1] to select the analog inputs ADC1_IN or ADC2_IN, to set the measurement mode and to read out the measurement results. The measured values are indicated in mV.

There is no out of range detection. Voltages beyond these limits cannot be measured:

• Underflow: Values ≤ -25mV

• Overflow: Values > 2425mV

The sample period is adjustable from 30s up to 100ms by AT^SRADC. Only during sample time

(ts~400μs) the S&H Switch is closed.

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3.7.5 Real Time Clock

The MTX-65+G-V6 contains a real time clock (RTC) to maintain accurate timekeeping and to enable “time stamping” of messages.

The RTC, which is connected to a power supply/battery, will be maintained in case power supply is applied or battery is enough level.

The internal Real Time Clock of MTX-65+G-V6 is supplied from a separate voltage regulator in the analog controller which is also active when MTX-65+G-V6 has a POWER DOWN status. An alarm function is provided that allows the MTX-65+G-V6 to wake up to Airplane mode without logging on to the GSM network.

The MTX-65+G-V6 can also accommodate an independent battery or super-cap inside, and the MTX-

65+G-V6 can be ordered with this special option by request. Please contact [email protected]

for more details.

As MTX-65+G-V6 has an internal Ion-Li battery, by ensuring that this battery has enough power and is charged, RTC will be always maintained.

3.8. GPS antenna connector

The antenna connector allows transmission of radio frequency (RF) signals between the modem and an external customer-supplied antenna. The modem is fitted with a 50Ω, SMA female coaxial jack.

It is possible to connect active or passive GPS antennas. In either case they must have 50 Ohm impedance.

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3.9. GPS Application Interface

The TC65I module is connected to a GPS receiver which offers the full performance of GPS technology.

The GPS receiver continuously tracks all satellites in view, thus providing accurate satellite position data.

3.9.1 Operating Principles

This section contains a brief overview of basic GPS operating principles.

3.9.1.1 Basic Operation Cycle

When the receiver is powered up, it steps through a sequence of states until it can initially determine position, velocity and time. Afterwards, the satellite signals are tracked continuously and the position is calculated periodically.

In order to perform a navigation solution (3D solution), the receiver needs distances (pseudo ranges) for at least 4 SVs (Space Vehicles or satellites) and ephemeris data for the SVs which it will use in the navigation solution.

The initial position calculation is made using a least-squares algorithm. Successive position calculations are performed with a Kalman filter. To generate a position calculation (3D solution) the receiver needs at least 4 measurements from different satellites; to calculate a position (Lat/Long/Height) for a 2D solution with an estimated altitude, 3 different satellites are required.

Pseudo range and carrier phase information is available to the position determination algorithms once the receiver has found a SV (acquisition) and can track the signal thereafter.

Ephemeris data for a SV can be decoded from orbit data once the GPS signal has been acquired. Each SV transmits its own ephemeris data, the broadcast lasts for 18 seconds, repeating every 30 seconds.

The receiver stores ephemeris data in battery-backup memory (supplied by VDDLP). This data is valid for

2 hours and can be used in future startups to improve the time to first fix (TTFF). Ephemeris can also be supplied to the receiver.

3.9.1.2 GPS Start-Up

Depending on the receiver’s knowledge of the last position, current time and ephemeris data, the receiver will apply different strategies to start-up, namely:

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The startup time (i.e., TTFF = Time-To-First-Fix) may vary and depends on the start-up-mode:

• Cold start: 38 seconds

• Warm start: 35 seconds

• Hot start: less than 2 seconds

3.9.1.2.1 Cold Start

Cold Start without Aid

With a cold start, the GPS receiver has no knowledge of its last position or time. This may be the case if:

• The RTC of the GPS receiver has not been running and the battery backup memory is lost (i.e., VDDLP and BATT+ have been off),

• No valid ephemeris data or almanac data is available, i.e., the receiver has never been navigating or was shut down while moving to a different area (>300km).

Aided Cold Start / AGPS

To reduce the cold start startup time Assisted GPS (AGPS) may be used as an aid.

If position-, time-, ephemeris- and/or almanac data feeds from the current location are available - e.g., provided by the GSM network operator - this data should be polled by the GSM part and forwarded to the

GPS part during cold start. Depending on the information provided the GPS receiver will perform the best possible startup scenario.

3.9.1.2.2 Warm Start

A warm start is performed whenever the GPS receiver has access to valid almanac data only, and has not significantly moved since the last valid position calculation. This is typically the case if the receiver has been shut off for more than 2 hours but still has knowledge of its last position, time and almanac.

This allows the receiver to predict the current visible SVs (Space Vehicle or satellite). However, since the ephemeris data is not available or outdated, the receiver has to wait for the ephemeris broadcast to be completed.

3.9.1.2.3 Hot Start

A hot start is performed whenever the GPS receiver has still access to valid ephemeris data and the precise time.

This is typically the case if the receiver has been shut off for less than 2 hours and the RTC has been running during that time. Furthermore, during the previous session, the GPS receiver must have been navigating, i.e., decoding and storing ephemeris data).

With a hot start, the GPS receiver can predict the currently visible SVs, and is therefore able to quickly acquire and track the signal. Because ephemeris is already known, there is no need to wait for the ephemeris broadcast to be completed.

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3.9.1.4 Supported Protocols

The GPS receiver supports NMEA protocol. It is able to recognize input messages from any of these protocols (e.g., GGA, RMC GSA, GSV) and respond to them accordingly. Input messages can be arbitrarily mixed.

Initially the NMEA protocol is enabled for outputs.

3.9.1.4.1 NMEA Protocol

The NMEA protocol is an industry standard protocol developed for marine electronics. It was originally designed to allow data exchange between various sensors and navigation equipment aboard ships.

Nowadays, it is a de-facto standard for GPS receiver data output. For more information on the NMEA

Standard please refer to http://www.nmea.org

.

3.9.1.4.2. Proprietary NMEA Protocol

Trimble offer special proprietary NMEA protocol for special features like:

AGPS.

GPS antenna status: (connected/unconnected)

See ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals/MTX-65+G-V6 for NMEA information on C1216 GPS receiver module

3.9.1.4.3 RTCM Protocol

The RTCM (Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services) protocol is a unidirectional protocol (input to the receiver) supplying the GPS receiver with real-time differential correction data (DGPS). The RTCM protocol specification is available from http://www.rtcm.org. The GPS receiver supports the RTCM version

2.2 Correction Type Messages 1, 2, 3 and 9

3.9.1.5 Position Accuracy Improvement Possibilities

The accuracy of position fixes is influenced by a number of issues such as sky view, reasonable satellite geometry and so on. The standard position accuracy is 2.5 m CEP and 5.0 m SEP.

As explained below, the GPS receiver provides two possibilities to improve the accuracy of position fixes.

With DGPS/SBAS the accuracy improves to 2.0 m CEP and 3.0 m SEP.

3.9.1.5.1 Differential GPS (DGPS)

The correction data from a terrestrial reference station may be transmitted to the GPS receiver via RTCM protocol:

• Via GSM network provider (internet server) or

• Via broadcast service (LW, SW, FM).

Additional hardware is required to receive this data.

DGPS lost significance when the Selective Availability (SA) of the GPS satellite system was discontinued in

May 2000. These days, the applications of DGPS are typically limited to surveying, and DGPS is replaced by SBAS wherever possible.

3.9.1.5.2 Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS)

SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) augments GPS. It is a technology that calculates GPS integrity and correction data with RIMS (Ranging and Integrity Monitoring Stations) on the ground and uses geostationary satellites (GEOs) to broadcast GPS integrity and correction data to GPS users. The correction data is transmitted on the GPS L1 frequency (1575.42 MHz). Therefore, no additional receiver is required to make use of the correction and integrity data.

There are several compatible SBAS systems available or in development all around the world:

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• WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) for Northern America is in operation since 2003.

• EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service) is in test mode ESTB (EGNOS satellite test bed). Full operation of EGNOS is already active.

• MSAS (Multi-Functional Satellite Augmentation System) for Asia is in development stage. This system is not yet available, not even in test mode.

Other systems are planned for Canada (CSAS), India (GAGAN), Africa (EGNOS) and South America. SBAS is primarily used to meet the requirements of onboard aircraft navigation.

The GPS receiver is capable to receive multiple SBAS satellites in parallel, even from different SBAS systems (WAAS, EGNOS, etc.). The satellites can be tracked and used for navigation simultaneously. Up to three SBAS satellites can be searched in parallel and every SBAS satellite tracked utilizes one vacant

GPS receiver channel.

3.9.2 GPS-GSM Interface

The GPS receiver is an integral part of the module and as such controlled over an internal GPS-GSM interface.

It communicates over the interface at a fixed bit rate of 115200bps and with the character framing set to

8N1 (8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit). These settings should not be altered, even though this option is usually available by means of the NMEA command accessing the GPS receiver. GPS receiver baudrate is

9600 bauds. Be sure to change ASC1 baud rate to 9600 bauds in your Java code.

3.9.3 Software Control

The GPS receiver can be software controlled using two different operating modes:

• Tunneling mode (Not recommended). AT command

AT^SCFG=“Serial/Ifc”,<ifcMode>

Java mode.

1. Location Java API: Native support reduces integration efforts & costs, saves Java-Heap

Java API with methods for complex distance calculation (WGS84 ellipsoid) and Landmark storage for tracing.

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2. NMEA Transparent mode.

GPS receiver is connected to TC65i ASC1 port and NMEA data at 9600 bauds is present. JAVA code needs to open ACS1 port and collect all the protocols and parse to calculate latitude, longitude positions.

To help all customers, MTX-Terminals provides an “as is” (without further technical support, warranties…) PARSER source code to improve the time to market in JAVA developing code. See ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals/MTX-65+G-V6

3.9.4 Power Saving

Power saving can be enabled on the GSM part (set with AT+CFUN). It is possible to use a special NMEA command on the GPS receiver. For more information on the AT commands AT+CFUN see the AT command manual.

For more information about NMEA internal C1216 Trimble module see the Condor user manual.

3.9.5 GPS Antenna

It is possible to connect active or passive GPS antennas. In either case they must have 50 Ohm impedance. The simultaneous operation of GSM and GPS has been implemented.

A slight degradation of sensitivity may occur for the GPS receiver, if the GSM transmitter operates during

GPS reception. The degradation depends on GSM-GPS antenna coupling, the current GSM transmit power and the GSM transmitter duty cycle (The GPS receiver remains fully functional as long as the defined limits are not exceeded)

If the GSM and GPS antennas are located close to each other and the GSM Tx output power is maximal, the sensitivity degradation is caused mainly by the broadband noise of the GSM transmitter (at the GPS reception frequency).

GSM Tx duty cycle1 GPS Rx degradation

12.5%

25%

37.5%

50%

Max. -0.6dB

Max. -1.3dB

Max. -2.0dB

Max. -3.0dB

1. The listed duty cycles correspond to the following transfer modes: 12.5% = GSM call, 25% =

GPRS Class 10, 37.5% = GPRS Class 11, 50% = GPRS Class 12

Note: The GPS antenna must be isolated for ESD protection (to withstand a voltage resistance up to 8kV air discharge).

For details on power supply for active GPS antennas see Section 7.6.

Active versus Passive Antennas

• Passive antennas contain only the radiating element, e.g. the ceramic patch or the quadrifilar dipole structure.

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Sometimes they also contain a passive matching network to match the electrical connection to 50 Ohms impedance.

Note: A passive antenna inner conductor must not have a DC connection to ground.

• Active antennas have an integrated low-noise amplifier (LNA) and usually an additional GPS band pass filter.

This is beneficial in two respects: First, the losses of the cable do no longer influence the overall noise figure of the GPS receiver system. Secondly, the acquisition and tracking sensitivity is up to 2dB higher.

Active antennas need a power supply that will contribute to GPS system power consumption, typically 5 to 20mA. The supply voltage is fed to the antenna through the coaxial RF cable.

Inside the antenna, the DC current on the inner conductor will be separated from the RF signal and routed to the supply pin of the LNA.

The use of an active antenna is always advisable if the RF-cable length between receiver and antenna exceeds about 10cm.

Active Antenna Passive Antenna

Active antenna connected to the GPS module. Passive patch antennas or quadrifilar dipole antennas connected with a micro-coax to the GPS module.

A wide range of active patch or quadrifilar dipole antennas is available in the market.

They differ in size, gain, selectivity and power consumption. They are less sensitive to jamming than a passive antenna, if the placement of the active antenna is some distance away of other noise or signal radiating devices. They need DC current.

Passive patch antennas or helical antennas are available in different form factors and sensitivity. Antenna must be connected with a low insertion loss line to the GPS module to ensure a good GPS sensitivity. The PCB design with a passive antenna must consider the sensitivity of the GPS antenna to other radiating circuits or general signal jamming. Due to the proximity of the GPS antenna to other electronic circuits, in-band jamming may

They are easier to handle. You have more freedom to place the antenna1. Some low noise amplifier (LNA) circuits in an active antenna may be sensitive to GSM Tx become a critical issue. It requires more experience in RF design and requires more effort to optimize the circuit design to minimize jamming into the antenna and the antenna signal routing. interference; GPS reception can therefore be distorted or the LNA may be damaged.

Some cars for instance have a metallic coating on the windshield. GPS reception may be degraded in such a car. There is usually a small section, typically behind the rear view mirror without the coating for mobile phone and GPS antennas. The antenna has to be placed with optimal sky visibility. An external antenna (e.g. with a magnetic base) is easier to use and usually allows a better positioning

.

For more information on GPS antenna design see Application Note 37: GPS Antenna Design.

Note: If you are not an expert in RF designs, it is recommended to implement an active antenna setup and place the antenna away from any emitting circuits.

3.10. Software Updates

It is possible and sometimes necessary to update the MTX-65+G-V6 software.

Updates must be carried out by an approved technician.

Please contact your supplier for details Service/Programming

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4. OPERATION

4.1 Switching On the Modem. New “Automatic Restart after shutdown” feature.

There is no special way to power-on the modem. Just apply power in VCC (pin 1) and GND (Pin 6).

The modem is fully operational after 4 seconds. Logging onto a network may take longer than this and is outside the control of the modem.

The automatic restart after shutdown feature is enabled and shipped by factory default.

That means if there is a shutdown circumstance or some event that means the modem is going to switch off, as you lose power supply… the modem will restart itself within a few seconds.

This feature can be disabled and the modem can be switched on with the TURN_ON pin and switched off with TURN_OFF pin or AT^SMSO command. ALWAYS WITH POWER APPLIED (PIN 1 & PIN 6)

To disable the “Automatic restart after shutdown” feature use with following procedure:

To disable:

Configuration

AT^SPIO=1

AT^SCPIN=1,1,1; (GPIO 2 as output, -CLOCK-)

AT^SCPIN=1,2,1; (GPIO 3 as output, Set-Reset Automatic Restart)

AT^SSIO=2,0

AT^SSIO=1,0

AT^SSIO=1,1

Then for next power-up cycle you need to put TURN_ON (pin 4) to GND (pin 6) to allow a correct powerup procedure in the internal module ignition.

To enable again, please use following procedure:

AT^SSIO=2,1

AT^SSIO=1,0

AT^SSIO=1,1

4.2 Switching Off the Modem

First, Disable “Automatic restart after shutdown” as explained in the 4.1 procedure.

There are 2 ways to switch off (power down) the modem as described below:

The AT^SMSO command lets the MTX-65+G-V6 terminal log off from the network and allows the software to enter into a secure state and save data before disconnecting the power supply. The mode is referred to Power-down mode. In this mode only the RTC stays active.

Before disconnecting the power supply from the POWER pin make sure the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal is in a safe condition. A safe condition is waiting 1s after the "^SHUTDOWN" result code has been indicated.

Keep setting TURN_OFF pin (pin 3 RJ12 Power connector) to GND at least >1 second. A delay of up to

10s is experienced as the modem logs off the network.

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4.3 Operating States/LED

The modem has two LEDs, a green and a red LED, which displays the operating status of the Terminal.

The green LED can be operated in two different display modes: AT^SSYNC=1 or AT^SSYNC=2 (factory

default).

mode LED Status

AT^SSYNC=0

AT^SSYNC=1

AT^SSYNC=2

SYNC mode:

Enables the SYNC pin to indicate growing power consumption during a transmit burst. You can make use of the signal generated by the SYNC pin, if power consumption is your concern. To do so, ensure that your application is capable of processing the signal. Your platform design must be such that the incoming signal causes other components to draw less current. In short, this allows your application to accommodate current drain and thus, supply sufficient current to the GSM engine if required.

Note: <mode>=0 is the factory default of the TC65 module.

LED mode:

Enables the SYNC pin to drive a status LED installed in your application according to the specifications provided in [2].

The coding of the LED is described in Section 19.6.1, ME status indicated by status LED patterns.

LED mode:

Like <mode>=1, but, additionally, enables different LED signalization in SLEEP mode depending on the status of PIN authentication and network registration.

Please see AT+CFUN for details on SLEEP mode.

Note: <mode>=2 is the factory default of the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal.

In following table is showed the different operating status and changing this mode

LED behavior ME operating status if AT^SSYNC=1

ME operating status if

AT^SSYNC=2

Permanently off

600 ms on / 600ms off

ME is in one of the following modes:

POWER DOWN mode

AIRPLANE mode

CHARGE ONLY mode

NON-CYCLIC SLEEP mode

CYCLIC SLEEP mode with no temporary wake-up event in progress (1)

Limited Network Service: No SIM card inserted or no PIN entered, or network search in progress, or ongoing user authentication, or network login in progress

ME is in one of the following modes: -POWER DOWN mode

AIRPLANE mode

CHARGE ONLY mode

Same as for AT^SSYNC=1

75 ms on / 3 s off

IDLE mode: The mobile is registered to the GSM network (monitoring control channels and user interactions). No call is in progress.

Same as for AT^SSYNC=1

75 ms on / 75 ms off / 75 ms on / 3 s off

500 ms on / 50 ms off

One or more GPRS PDP contexts activated.

Packet switched data transfer is in progress

Same as for AT^SSYNC=1

Same as for AT^SSYNC=1

Permanently on

Depending on type of call: Voice call: Connected to remote party. Data call: Connected to remote party or exchange of parameters while setting up or disconnecting a call.

Same as for AT^SSYNC=1

<n> ms on / <n> ms off

(2)

Not possible: With AT^SSYNC=1, LED signalization is disabled in SLEEP mode.

SLEEP mode is activated

(AT+CFUN parameter <fun>≠ 1), but the ME is not registered to the

GSM network (e.g. SIM not inserted or PIN not entered, and therefore, either no network service or only Limited Network

Service is available.

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1) When a temporary wake-up event (for example a call, a URC, a packet switched transfer) occurs in CYCLIC SLEEP mode the LED flashes according to the patterns listed above. See Section 2.9.1, Wake up the ME from SLEEP mode for details on the various

SLEEP modes and wake-up events.

2) The duration of <n> and <m> depends on the network: In SLEEP mode, the module can only change its LED status during intermittent wake-up periods when listening to paging information from the base station. Therefore the values of <n> and

<m> vary as follows:

<n> = value from 471 ms to 2118 ms

<m> = 3000 ms

The RED color LED is connected directly to GPIO6.

This is featured for any signaling purpose you need, like visual indication for end customer and installation process. You have to configure GPIO6 as an output.

You can use then to activate or deactivate this RED LED indicator using either, AT commands or JAVA internal programmability.

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5. EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS.

The MTX-65+G-v6 can embed an internal application written in popular JAVA language. Java technology and several peripheral interfaces on the module allow you to easily integrate your application.

This way, the customer application can be reduced because all the resources: Microcontroller, Flash &

RAM memory and all kind of I/O and bus peripheral is allowed to use by the customer.

This solution saves the external intelligence with all the associate costs and also saving space and power consumption.

Open application resources

• ARM© Core, Blackfin© DSP

• Memory: 400 KB (RAM) and 1.7 MB (Flash) o

TC65i-X with 2M RAM and 8 MB Flash is available as custom upon request.

• Improved power-saving modes

Java™ features:

• CLDC 1.1 Hl

• J2ME™ profile IMP-NG

• Secure data transmission with HTTPS, SSL and PKI

Over-the-air update

1. Application SW: OTAP

2. Firmware: FOTA (OMA compliant)

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6 SAFETY AND PRODUCT CARE

Please read the information in this section and the information in “Installation of the

Modem”, before starting your integration work!

6.1. Safety instructions

PLEASE READ THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND KEEP A COPY OF THEM.

• Always ensure that use of the modem is permitted. The modem may present a hazard if used in proximity to personal medical electronic devices. As a rule, the modem must not be used in hospitals, airports or planes.

• Never use the modem at a gas station, refueling point, blasting area or in any other environment where explosives may be present.

• Operating the modem close to other electronic devices, such as antennas, television sets, and radios may cause electromagnetic interference.

• This product is intended to be used with the antenna or other radiating element at least 20cm away from any part of the human body. In applications where this rule cannot be applied, the application designer is responsible for providing the SAR measurement test report and declaration.

• You are responsible for observing your country's safety standards, and where applicable, the relevant wiring rules.

6.2. General precautions

The MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal as a standalone item is designed for indoor use only. For outdoor use it must be integrated into a weatherproof enclosure. Do not exceed the environmental and electrical limits as specified in “Technical Data”.

• Avoid exposing the modem to lighted cigarettes, naked flames or to extreme hot or cold temperatures.

• Never try to dismantle the modem yourself. There are no components inside the modem that can be serviced by the user. If you attempt to dismantle the modem, you may invalidate the warranty.

• The MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal must not be installed or located where the surface temperature of the plastic case may exceed 85°C.

• All cables connected to the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal must be secured or clamped immediately adjacent to the modem's connectors to provide strain relief and to avoid transmitting excessive vibration to the modem during the installation.

• Ensure the D.C. cable, supplying power to the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal, does not exceed 3 metres.

• To protect power supply cables and meet the fire safety requirements, when the unit is powered from a battery or a high current supply, connect a fast 1.25A fuse in line with the positive supply.

• Do not connect any incompatible components or products to the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal.

Note!

MTX-65+G-V6 distributors and sales offices may refuse warranty claims where evidence of product misuse is found.

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6.3. SIM card precautions

Before handling the SIM card in your application, ensure that you are not charged with static electricity.

Use proper precautions to avoid electrostatic discharges.

• When the SIM card hatch is opened, the SIM card connectors lie exposed under the SIM card holder.

Caution!

Do not touch these connectors! If you do, you may release an electrical discharge that could damage the modem or the SIM card.

• When designing your application, the SIM card’s accessibility should be taken into account. We always recommend that you have the SIM card protected by a PIN code.

This will ensure that the SIM card cannot be used by an unauthorized person.

6.4. Antenna precautions

If the antenna is to be mounted outside, consider the risk of lightning. Follow the instructions provided by the antenna manufacturer.

• Never connect more than one modem to a single antenna. The modem can be damaged by radio frequency energy from the transmitter of another modem.

• Like any mobile station, the antenna of the modem emits radio frequency energy. To avoid EMI

(electromagnetic interference), you must determine whether the application itself, or equipment in the application’s proximity, needs further protection against radio emission and the disturbances it might cause. Protection is secured either by shielding the surrounding electronics or by moving the antenna away from the electronics and the external signals cable.

• The modem and antenna may be damaged if either come into contact with ground potentials other than the one in your application. Beware, ground potentials are not always what they appear to be.

6.5. Radio Frequency (RF) exposure and SAR

Your wireless modem device is a low-power radio transmitter and receiver (transceiver). When it is turned on it emits low levels of radio frequency energy (also known as radio waves or radio frequency fields).

Governments around the world have adopted comprehensive international safety guidelines, developed by scientific organizations e.g. ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.), through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. These guidelines establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population. The levels include a safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health, and to account for any variations in measurements.

Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is the unit of measurement for the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when using a transceiver. The SAR value is determined at the highest certified power level in laboratory conditions, but the actual SAR level of the transceiver while operating can be well below this value. This is because the transceiver is designed to use the minimum power required to reach the network.

The MTX-65+G-V6 wireless modem device has been approved for applications where the antenna is located >20cm from the body. In all other configurations the integrator is responsible for meeting the local SAR regulations.

Integrators of the MTX-65+G-V6 wireless modem device are responsible for ensuring that they meet the

SAR regulatory requirements of the countries in which they intend to operate the device, and that their documentation contains the relevant SAR declaration, certification information, and user guidance as appropriate.

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6.6. Personal Medical Devices

Wireless modem devices may affect the operation of cardiac pacemakers, hearing aids and certain other implanted equipment. If a minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is maintained between the MTX-65+G-

V6 terminal radiating antenna and a pacemaker, the risk of interference is limited. If the integrator’s application is likely to be situated in the vicinity of personnel, a suitable warning should be contained in the equipment manual to this effect.

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7. INSTALLATION OF THE MODEM

This chapter gives you advice and helpful hints on how to integrate the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal into your application from a hardware perspective.

7.1 Where to install the modem

There are several conditions which need to be taken into consideration when designing your application as they might affect the modem and its function. They are:

7.1.1 Environmental conditions

The modem must be installed so that the environmental conditions stated in the Technical Data chapter, such as temperature, humidity and vibration, are satisfied.

Additionally, the electrical specifications in the Technical Data section must not be exceeded.

7.1.2 Signal strength

The modem has to be placed in a way that ensures sufficient signal strength. To improve signal strength, the antenna can be moved to another position. Signal strength may depend on how close the modem is to a radio base station. You must ensure that the location where you intend to use the modem is within the network coverage area. Degradation in signal strength can be the result of a disturbance from another source, for example an electronic device in the immediate vicinity. More information about possible communication disturbances can be found in section 7.3.5.

When an application is completed, you can verify signal strength by issuing the AT command AT+CSQ.

See “AT+CSQ Signal Strength”.

Tip!

Before installing the modem, use an ordinary mobile telephone to check a possible location for it.

When determining the location for the modem and antenna you should consider signal strength as well as cable length.

7.1.3 Connections of components to MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal

The integrator is responsible for the final integrated system. Incorrectly designed or installed, external components may cause radiation limits to be exceeded. For instance, improperly made connections or improperly installed antennas can disturb the network and lead to malfunctions in the modem or equipment.

7.1.4 Network and Subscription

Before your application is used, you must ensure that your chosen network provides the necessary telecommunication services. Contact your service provider to obtain the necessary information.

• If you intend to use SMS in the application, ensure this is included in your (voice) subscription.

• Consider the choice of the supplementary services.

7.2 How to install the modem

7.2.1 Power supply

• Use a high-quality power supply cable with low resistance. This ensures that the voltages at the connector pins are within the allowed range, even during the maximum peak current.

• When the unit is powered from a battery or a high current supply, connect a fast 1.25A fuse in line with the positive supply. This protects the power cabling and the modem.

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7.2.2 Securing the modem

Before securing the modem take into account the amount of additional space required for the mating connectors and cables that will be used in the application.

• Where access is restricted, it may be easier to connect all the cables to the modem prior to securing it in the application.

• Securely attach the MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal modem to the host application using two 3mm diameter pan-head screws

7.3 Antenna

7.3.1 General

The antenna is the component in your system that maintains the radio link between the network and the modem. Since the antenna transmits and receives electromagnetic energy, its efficient function will depend on:

• The type of antenna (for example, circular or directional);

• The placement of the antenna;

• Communication disturbances in the vicinity in which the antenna operates.

In the sections below, issues concerning antenna type, antenna placement, antenna cable, and possible communication disturbances are addressed. In any event, you should contact your local antenna manufacturer for additional information concerning antenna type, cables, connectors, antenna placement, and the surrounding area.

You should also determine whether the antenna needs to be grounded or not. Your local antenna manufacturer might be able to design a special antenna suitable for your application.

7.3.2 Antenna type

Make sure that you choose the right type of antenna for the modem. Consider the following requirements:

• The antenna must be designed for the one of the frequency bands in use; please ask your network provider for more information:

• GSM 850/900 MHz

• GSM 1800/1900 MHz;

• The impedance of the antenna and antenna cable must be 50Ω;

• The antenna output-power handling must be a minimum of 2W;

• The VSWR value should be less than 3:1 to avoid damage to the modem.

7.3.3 Antenna placement

The antenna should be placed away from electronic devices or other antennas. The recommended minimum distance between adjacent antennas, operating in a similar radio frequency band, is at least

50cm. If signal strength is weak, it is useful to face a directional antenna at the closest radio base station. This can increase the strength of the signal received by the modem. The modem’s peak output power can reach 2W.

RF field strength varies with antenna type and distance. At 10cm from the antenna the field strength may be up to 70V/m and at 1m it will have reduced to 7V/m. In general, CE-marked products for residential and commercial areas, and light industry can withstand a minimum of 3V/m.

7.3.4 The antenna cable

Use 50Ω impedance low-loss cable and high-quality 50Ω impedance connectors (frequency range up to

2GHz) to avoid RF losses. Ensure that the antenna cable is as short as possible. The Voltage Standing-

Wave Ratio (VSWR) may depend on the effectiveness of the antenna, cable and connectors. In addition, if you use an adapter between the antenna cable and the antenna connector, it is crucial that the antenna cable is a high-quality, low-loss cable. Minimize the use of extension cables, connectors and adapters. Each additional cable, connector or adapter causes a loss of signal power.

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7.3.5 Possible communications disturbances

Possible communication disturbances include the following:

Noise can be caused by electronic devices and radio transmitters.

Path-loss occurs as the strength of the received signal steadily decreases in proportion to the distance from the transmitter.

Shadowing is a form of environmental attenuation of radio signals caused by hills, buildings, trees or even vehicles. This can be a particular problem inside buildings, especially if the walls are thick and reinforced.

Multi-path fading is a sudden decrease or increase in the signal strength. This is the result of interference caused when direct and reflected signals reach the antenna simultaneously. Surfaces such as buildings, streets, vehicles, etc., can reflect signals.

Hand-over occurs as you move from one cell to another in the GSM network. Your mobile application call is transferred from one cell to the next. Hand-over can briefly interfere with communication and may cause a delay, or at worst, a disruption.

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8. ACCESSORIES

The MTX-65+G-V6 has been type approved together with a range of accessories including:

Power supply, all type of antennas (indoor, outdoor, high gain, etc…), cables…

The following is an example of this; please visit www.mtx-terminals.com

to see the full-range of accessories.

8.1. POWER SUPPLY

8.1.1 AC Power Adaptor

OPANIEL TECHNOLOGIES http://www.opaniel.com/

Model F

Input: 240VAC, 0.1A power adaptor, 50-

60Hz mains lead Euro plug option.

Output: 12V DC, 1.4A.

2m cable with RJ12 plug connector see below.

RJ12 plug proprietary pinout:

Pin 1 = Positive

Pin 2 = Not connected

Pin 3 = Not connected

Pin 4 = Positive

Pin 5 = Not connected

Pin 6 = Negative

CE approved

ORDERING CODE: 901.003.002

8.1.2 DC cable

2.5m Fused DC Power Cable for GSM terminals

Fuse: Fast acting fuse ≥0.4A

ORDERING CODE: 118.001.000

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8.2. ANTENNAS

8.2.1 GSM Magnetic Dual Band Antenna (900/1800MHz)

OPANIEL TECHNOLOGIES http://www.opaniel.com

Model: MTX-FME F (whips 6 & 22 cm)

Magnetic-mount antenna, 3m RG174 cable with FME female connector

0dB radiator for whip 6 cm.

3dB radiator for whip 22 cm.

Ordering code: 118.009.000

8.2.2 GSM Right angle short antenna

OPANIEL TECHNOLOGIES http://www.opaniel.com

Model: MTX-ACODADA FME F

L= 5 + 2,5 cm

Gain= 0dB

ORDERING CODE:

118.007.004

8.2.3 GSM Patch Adhesive Antenna

OPANIEL TECHNOLOGIES http://www.opaniel.com

Model: MTX-UT902 – FME F

MTX- UT-902, RG174 3 mts,

GSM DUAL BAND (900 / 1800 MHz) ANTENNA

Patch Antenna

Cable RG174 3 Meters

Gain 2 dB

Frequency: 824-960 MHz, 1770-1880mhZ

ORDERING CODE:

118.007.003

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8.3. CABLES

8.3.1 Main port - RS232 4-way Serial Cable

Modem and System Breakout Cable: 1m lead length

• HD15 male connector connected to;

• DB9 female connector with 4 signal RS232 serial connection

• 11 flying leads ( 7 opened )

Conductor current rating < 1.5A DC, 26 AWG

Ordering code: 118.001.020

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

Interconnect Table

HD15 male

I2CCLK-SPICLK

RX0

TX0

I2CDAT-SPIDO

RTS

CTS

ADC2_IN

Vout

GND

ADC 1_IN

DB9 female

Flying leads

2 RX

3 TX

7 RTS

Brown

Purple

Yellow

8 CTS

Light blue

5 GND

Gray

Red

White

Orange

Pink

Black

Light Green

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8.3.2 USB CABLE

Cable USB 2.0 AM/Mini BM (5 pins) Black Length 1.8 meters

Ordering Code: 120.003.222

8.3.3 Adapter DB15 F – DB9 M

ORDER CODE: 118.001.007

8.4. DIN Mounting Kit

ORDER CODE: 118.001.010

Screws for Terminals

TORNILLO PLANO DIN84 M3x35 for all models of MTX-Terminals

ORDER CODE: 000.427.017

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9, CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT

MATRIX ELECTRONICA S.L.

C/ Alejandro Sanchez 109

28019 Madrid

Spain

Declare under our sole responsibility that the products MTX-65+G-V6 Terminal, containing Cellular Engine

Cinterion engine TC65i (Type L30960-N-1150-*) to which this declaration relates, is labeled with the CE conformity mark.

STANDARDS of EUROPEAN TYPE APPROVAL

DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 15 December 2004 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility and repealing Directive 89/336/EEC

DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 12 December 2006 on the harmonization of the laws of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits

ETSI EN 301 511 V9.0.2: Global System for Mobile communications (GSM); Harmonized standard for mobile stations in the GSM 900 and DCS 1800 bands covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE directive (1999/5/EC) (GSM 13.11 version 7.0.1 Release 1998)

ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1; EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1: Electro Magnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum

Matters (ERM); Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1:

Common Technical Requirements

IEC/EN 60950-1:2005 / EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009: Health and Safety

The technical documentation relevant to the above equipment will be held at

MATRIX ELECTRONICA S.L.

Alejandro Sanchez 109

28019 Madrid

Spain

Madrid, 01/03/2013.

Mr. J. Vicente

Managing Board

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FCC COMPLIANT AND SAR INFORMATION

MTX-65+G-V6 complaints with FCC regulations.

Equipment class: PCS Licensed Transmitter

Notes: Quad band GSM/GPRS Modem

MTX-65+G-V6 Contains FCC ID: QIPTC65I

Cinterion Wireless Modules model TC65i is marketed without defined antenna.

Maximum Gain antenna using indoor antennas depends on distance from antenna to any nearby persons; in normal operation should not exceed values shows on below table.

According to the limit in 47 CFR 1.1310, we get the value of the maximum antenna gain as follow:

The maximum measured power output in the 850 MHz band is 2187.76 mW (33.4 dBm, see 7layers test report MDE_Siem_0714_FCCb).

The maximum permissible exposure is defined in 47 CFR 1.1310 with 0.55773 mW/cm².

The maximum measured power output in the 1900 MHz band is 954.99 mW (29.8 dBm, see 7layers test report MDE_Siem_0714_FCCc).

The maximum permissible exposure is defined in 47 CFR 1.1310 with 1 mW/cm².

According to the limit in 47 CFR 1.1310, we get the value of the maximum antenna gain as follow:

S = P*G/4πR²

S = 0.55773 mW/cm² or 1 mW/cm²

P = 1866.38 mW or 974.99 mW

R = 20 cm or 100cm

π = 3.1416

G(dBi)=10*log10(G)

Solving for G; the maximum antenna gain is

Band

850MHz

850MHz

1900MHz

1900MHz

Distance

20cm

50cm

20cm

50cm

Maximum Gain in dBi

1.1398

9.3568

7.2127

15.1715

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10. ROHS STATEMENT

The MTX65+G-V6 is compliant with the 2002/95/EC Directive of the

European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS).

11. DISPOSAL OF OLD ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE MARK)

This symbol, applied on our products and/or on its packaging, indicates that this product should not be treated as household waste when you wish to dispose of it. Instead, it should be handed over to an applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate disposal of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, household waste disposal service or the retail store where you purchased this product.

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12. ABBREVIATIONS

SIM

SMS

TA

TE

TS

ME

MO

MS

MT

PDU

RLP

RF

RTC

Abbreviation Explanations

CBM

CBS

CSD

DCE

DTE

DTMF

EFR

EMC

ETSI

FR

GPRS

GSM

HR

HSCSD

ITU-T

Cell Broadcast Message

Cell Broadcast Service

Circuit Switched Data

Data Circuit Terminating Equipment

Data Terminal Equipment

Dual Tone Multi Frequency

Enhanced Full Rate

Electro-Magnetic Compatibility

European Telecommunication Standards Institute

Full Rate

General Packet Radio Service

Global System for Mobile Communication

Half Rate

High Speed Circuit Switched Data

International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunications

Standardization Sector

Mobile Equipment

Mobile Originated

Mobile Station

Mobile Terminated

Protocol Data Unit

Radio Link Protocol

Radio Frequency

Real Time Clock

Subscriber Identity Module

Short Message Service

Terminal Adapter

Terminal Equipment

Telecom Services

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A/

AT&C

AT&D

AT&F

AT&S

AT&V

AT&W

AT+CACM

AT+CALA

AT+CAMM

AT+CAOC

AT+CBST

AT+CCFC

AT+CCLK

AT+CCUG

AT+CCWA

AT+CEER

AT+CFUN

AT+CGACT

AT+CGANS

AT+CGATT

AT+CGAUTO

AT+CGDATA

13. AT COMMAND SUMMARY

The AT standard is a line-oriented command language. AT is an abbreviation of ATtention and it is always used to start sending a command line from the terminal equipment (TE) to the terminal adaptor (TA).

The command line consists of a string of alphanumeric characters. It is sent to the MTX-65+G-V6 to instruct it to perform the commands specified by the characters.

The AT commands listed below are supported by the within the MTX-65+G-V6. The AT command user manual can be downloading from MTX-65+G-V6 ftp server: ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals/MTX-65+G-V6 .

Be aware that not all AT commands will perform valid operations in the MTX-65+G-V6 owing to its modified range of IOs.

AT Command Description

+++ Switch from data mode to command mode

^SSTN SAT Notification

Repeat previous command line

Set Data Carrier Detect (DCD) Line mode

Set circuit Data Terminal Ready (DTR) function mode

Set all current parameters to manufacturer defaults

Set circuit Data Set Ready (DSR) function mode

Display current configuration

Stores current configuration to user defined profile

Accumulated call meter (ACM) reset or query

Set alarm time

Accumulated call meter maximum (ACMmax) set or query

Advice of Charge information

Select bearer service type

Call forwarding number and conditions control

Real Time Clock

Closed User Group

Call Waiting

Extended Error Report

Set phone functionality

PDP context activate or deactivate

Manual response to a network request for PDP context activation

GPRS attach or detach

Automatic response to a network request for PDP context activation

Enter data state

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AT+CMGF

AT+CMGL

AT+CMGR

AT+CMGS

AT+CMGW

AT+CMSS

AT+CMUT

AT+CMUX

AT+CNMA

AT+CNMI

AT+CGREG

AT+CGSMS

AT+CGSN

AT+CHLD

AT+CHUP

AT+CIMI

AT+CIND

AT+CLCC

AT+CLCK

AT+CLIP

AT+CLIR

AT+CLVL

AT+CMEE

AT+CMER

AT+CMGC

AT+CMGD

AT+CGDCONT

AT+CGEQMIN

AT+CGEQREQ

AT+CGMI

AT+CGMM

AT+CGMR

AT+CGPADDR

AT+CGQMIN

AT+CGQREQ

Define PDP Context

3G Quality of Service Profile (Minimum acceptable)

3G Quality of Service Profile (Requested)

Request manufacturer identification

Request model identification

Request revision identification of software status

Show PDP address

Quality of Service Profile (Minimum acceptable)

Quality of Service Profile (Requested)

GPRS Network Registration Status

Select service for MO SMS messages

Request International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI)

Call Hold and Multiparty

Hang up call

Request International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI)

Indicator control

List current calls of ME

Facility lock

Calling Line Identification Presentation

Calling Line Identification Restriction

Loudspeaker volume level

Mobile Equipment Error Message Format

Mobile Equipment Event Reporting

Send an SMS command

Delete short message

Select SMS message format

List SMS messages from preferred store

Read SMS messages

Send Short Message

Write Short Messages to Memory

Send short messages from storage

Mute control

Enter multiplex mode

New Message Acknowledgement to ME/TE, only phase 2+

New short Message Indication

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AT+CPIN2

AT+CPMS

AT+CPOL

AT+CPUC

AT+CPWD

AT+CR

AT+CRC

AT+CREG

AT+CRLP

AT+CRSM

AT+CSCA

AT+CSCB

AT+CSCS

AT+CSDH

AT+CSIM

AT+CSMP

AT+CNUM

AT+COLP

AT+COPN

AT+COPS

AT+CPAS

AT+CPBR

AT+CPBS

AT+CPBW

AT+CPIN

AT+CSMS

AT+CSNS

AT+CSQ

AT+CSSN

AT+CUSD

AT+CXXCID

AT+FCLASS

AT+FRH

AT+FRM

AT+FRS

Read own numbers

Connected Line Identification Presentation

Read operator names

Operator Selection

Mobile equipment activity status

Read from Phonebook

Select phonebook memory storage

Write into Phonebook

PIN Authentication

PIN2 Authentication

Preferred SMS message storage

Preferred Operator List

Price per unit and currency table

Change Password

Service reporting control

Set Cellular Result Codes for incoming call indication

Network registration

Select radio link protocol parameters for originated non- transparent data calls

Restricted SIM Access

SMS Service Center Address

Select Cell Broadcast Message Indication

Select TE character set

Show SMS text mode parameters

Generic SIM Access

Set SMS text Mode Parameters

Select Message Service

Single Numbering Scheme

Signal quality

Supplementary service notifications

Unstructured supplementary service data

Display card ID

Fax: Select, read or test service class

Receive Data Using HDLC Framing

Receive Data

Receive Silence

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AT+IFC

AT+ILRR

AT+IPR

AT+VTD

AT+VTS

AT+WS46

AT\Q

AT\V

AT^MONI

AT^MONP

AT^SACM

AT^SAIC

AT^SALS

AT^SATR

AT^SBC

AT^SBV

AT+FTH

AT+FTM

AT+FTS

AT+GCAP

AT+GMI

AT+GMM

AT+GMR

AT+GSN

AT+ICF

AT^SCCNT

AT^SCFG

AT^SCID

AT^SCKS

AT^SCML

AT^SCMR

AT^SCMS

AT^SCMW

AT^SCNI

AT^SCPIN

Transmit Data Using HDLC Framing

Transmit Data

Stop Transmission and Wait

Request complete TA capabilities list

Request manufacturer identification

Request model identification

Request revision identification of software status

Request International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI)

Serial Interface Character Framing

Set Flow Control separately for data directions

Set TE-TA local rate reporting

Set fixed local rate

Tone duration

DTMF and tone generation

Select wireless network

Flow control

Set CONNECT result code format

Monitor idle mode and dedicated mode

Monitor neighbour cells

Advice of charge and query of ACM and ACMmax

Audio Interface Configuration

Alternate Line Service

Query SIM's Answer to Reset Data

Battery Charge Control

Battery/Supply Voltage

Configure Pulse Counter

Extended Configuration Settings

Display SIM card identification number

Query SIM and Chip Card Holder Status

List Concatenated Short Messages from preferred store

Read Concatenated Short Messages

Send Concatenated Short Messages

Write Concatenated Short Messages to Memory

List Call Number Information

Pin Configuration

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AT^SCPOL

AT^SCPORT

AT^SCSL

AT^SCTM

AT^SDLD

AT^SDPORT

AT^SFDL

AT^SFNUR

AT^SGACT

AT^SHUP

AT^SICC

AT^SICI

AT^SICO

AT^SICS

AT^SIND

AT^SISC

AT^SISE

AT^SGAUTH

AT^SGCONF

AT^SGIO

AT^SGPSC

AT^SGPSP

AT^SGPSR

AT^SGPSS

AT^SHOM

AT^SISI

AT^SISO

AT^SISR

AT^SISS

AT^SISW

AT^SISX

AT^SJNET

AT^SJOTAP

AT^SJRA

AT^SJSEC

Polling Configuration

Port Configuration

Customer SIM Lock

Set critical operating temperature presentation mode or query temperature

Delete the 'last number redial' memory

Delete a Port Configuration

Enter Firmware Download Mode

Select the fixed network user rate

Query all PDP context activations

Set type of authentication for PPP connection

Configuration of GPRS related Parameters

Get IO state of a specified pin or port

GPS Configuration

GPS URC presentation mode

GPS Read

GPS Switch

Display Homezone

Hang up call(s) indicating a specific GSM04.08 release cause

Internet Connection Close

Internet Connection Information

Internet Connection Open

Internet Connection Setup Profile

Extended Indicator Control

Internet Service Close

Internet Service Error Report

Internet Service Information

Internet Service Open

Internet Service Read Data

Internet Service Setup Profile

Internet Service Write Data

Internet Service Execution

Set Dialup Network Access Parameters

Over The Air Application Provisioning

Run Java Application

Write Binary Java Security Data

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AT^SLCC

AT^SLCD

AT^SLCK

AT^SLMS

AT^SM20

AT^SMGL

AT^SMGO

AT^SMGR

AT^SMONC

AT^SMOND

AT^SMONG

AT^SMSO

AT^SNFA

AT^SNFD

AT^SNFI

AT^SNFM

AT^SNFO

AT^SNFPT

AT^SNFS

AT^SNFTTY

AT^SNFV

AT^SNFW

AT^SOPS

AT^SPBC

AT^SPBD

AT^SPBG

AT^SPBS

AT^SPBW

AT^SPIC

AT^SPIO

AT^SPLM

AT^SPLR

AT^SPLW

AT^SPWD

AT^SRADC

Siemens defined command to list current calls of ME

Display Last Call Duration

Facility lock

List SMS Memory Storage

Set M20 compatibility mode

List Short Messages from preferred store without setting status to REC READ

Set or query SMS overflow presentation mode or query SMS overflow

Read short message without setting status to REC READ

Cell Monitoring

Cell Monitoring

GPRS Monitor

Switch off mobile station

Set or query of microphone attenuation

Set audio parameters to manufacturer default values

Set microphone path parameters

Set microphone audio path and power supply

Set audio output (= loudspeaker path) parameter

Set progress tones

Select audio hardware set

Signal TTY/CTM audio mode capability

Set loudspeaker volume

Write audio setting in non-volatile store

Extended Operator Selection

Find first matching entry in sorted phonebook

Purge phonebook memory storage

Display phonebook entries in alphabetical order

Step through the selected phonebook alphabetically

Write into Phonebook with location report

Display PIN counter

General Purpose IO Driver Open/Close

Read the PLMN list

Read entry from the preferred operators list

Write an entry to the preferred operators list

Change Password

Configure and Read ADC Measurement

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ATD><str>

ATDI

ATDL

ATE

ATH

ATH

ATI

ATL

ATM

ATO

AT^SRSA

AT^SRSM

AT^SRTC

AT^SSCNT

AT^SSCONF

AT^SSDA

AT^SSET

AT^SSIO

AT^SSMSS

AT^SSPI

AT^SSTA

AT^SSTGI

AT^SSTR

AT^SSYNC

AT^STCD

AT^STPB

AT^SWDAC

AT^SXSM

ATA

ATA

ATD

ATD*98#

ATD*99#

ATD><mem><n>

ATD><n>

Remote SIM Access Activation

Remote SIM Access Message

Ring tone configuration

Start and Stop Pulse Counter

SMS Command Configuration

Set SMS Display Availability

Indicate SIM data ready

Set IO state of a specified pin or port

Set Short Message Storage Sequence

Serial Protocol Interface

SAT Interface Activation

SAT Get Information

SAT Response

Configure SYNC Pin

Display Total Call Duration

Transmit Parity Bit (for 7E1 and 7O1 only)

Configure and Read PWM Signal for DAC

Extended SIM Access

Answer a call

Manual response to a network request for PDP context activation

Mobile originated call to specified number

Request GPRS IP service

Request GPRS service

Mobile originated call using specific memory and index number

Mobile originated call from active memory using index number

Mobile originated call from active memory using corre-sponding field

Mobile originated call to ISDN number

Redial last number used

Enable command echo

Disconnect existing connection

Manual rejection of a network request for PDP context activation

Display product identification information

Set monitor speaker loudness

Set monitor speaker mode

Switch from command mode to data mode / PPP online mode

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ATP

ATQ

ATS0

ATS0

ATS10

ATS18

ATS3

ATS4

ATS5

ATS6

ATS7

ATS8

ATT

ATV

ATX

ATZ

Select pulse dialing

Set result code presentation mode

Set number of rings before automatically answering a call

Automatic response to a network request for PDP context activation

Set disconnect delay after indicating the absence of data carrier

Extended call release report

Set command line termination character

Set response formatting character

Write command line editing character

Set pause before blind dialing

Set number of seconds to wait for connection completion

Set number of seconds to wait for comma dialing modifier

Select tone dialing

Set result code format mode

Set CONNECT result code format and call monitoring

Set all current parameters to user defined profile

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15. SALES CONTACT

Matrix Electronica

Alejandro Sanchez 109

28019 Madrid

Tel +34-915602737 www.mtx-terminals.com

[email protected]

ftp.matrix.es/MTX-Terminals

Technical support: [email protected]

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