User manual - GPS Technologies

User manual - GPS Technologies

User Manual

Bluetooth GPS Receiver

BT-318

Version: 1.12

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CONTENT

1 BT-318 AT A GLANCE

1.1 appearance and function

1.2 Change battery

1.3 The appearance of GPRS cradle and how to connect it with BT-318 7

1.4 How to insert SIM card into GPRS cradle 9

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2 INTRODUCTION

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2.1 Product Feature 10

2.2 Package 10

2.3 Power Switch 11

2.4 Power Jack 11

2.5 LED Function 11

2.6 External Antenna 11

3 Usage 13

3.1 For PDA which built-in Bluetooth (Example: iPAQ 3870/3970) 13

3.2 For PDA with Bluetooth Compact Flash card 13

3.3 For Notebook with Bluetooth device 13

3.4 How to test your Bluetooth GPS Receiver ? 14

4 BT-318 SPECIFICATION 16

4.1 System Specification 16

4.2 Bluetooth Specification 16

4.3 FCC Notices 17

5 How to get on internet by GPRS Cradle 18

5.1 Surfing on internet by using GPRS cradle with PC 18

5.1.1 setup Bluetooth for windows 18

5.1.1.1 Setup for Windows ME 18

5.1.1.2 Setup for Windows 2000 27

5.1.1.3 Setup for Windows XP 36

5.1.2 Wireless networking GPRS setting for windows 45

5.1.2.1 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows ME

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5.1.2.2 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows 2000

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5.1.2.3 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows XP 55

5.1.3 setup Bluetooth for Pocket PC

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5.1.4 setup for Pocket PC 2002

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5.1.5 Connect to GPRS network for Pocket PC 2002 77

5.1.6 Setup and connect to GPRS network for Pocket PC 2003 80

5.1.7 GPRS Connections Operators Information 85

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1 BT-318 AT A GLANCE

1.1 appearance and function

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1.2 Change battery

Figure 1 Opening the cover of battery

Figure 2 Putting battery into BT-318

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Figure 3 Putting battery into BT-318

Figure 4 Closeing the cover of battery

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1.3

The appearance of GPRS cradle and how to connect it with BT-318

Figure 5 GPRS Cradle

Figure 6 The bottom of BT-318 main unit

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Figure 7 Combining BT-318 and GPRS Cradle

Figure 8 The BT-318 with GPRS cradle

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1.4 How to insert SIM Card into GPRS cradle

Figure 9 Inserting SIM Card into GPRS Cradle

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2 INTRODUCTION

The BT-318 is a GPS receiver with Bluetooth interface and built-in active antenna for high sensitivity to tracking signal. Based on the SiRF star Ⅱe/LP low power chip set and supports all functions(SingleSat updates in reduced visibility, Superior urban canyon performance, FoliageLock for weak signal tracking, etc.). The BT-318 is well suited to system integration and users who use PDA, Smart phone, Tablet PC and Notebook PC with

Bluetooth devices. It satisfies a wide variety of applications for car navigation, personal navigation or touring devices, tracking and marine navigation purpose.

2.1 Product Feature

1. SiRF Star II/LP high performance and low power consumption chipset

2. Communicates with Host Platform via Bluetooth Serial Profile

3. Built-in high sensitivity active GPS antenna

4. Optional external GPS antenna

5. 3 LED to show the status of GPS/Bluetooth/Battery

6. Replaceable and rechargeable 1650 mAh Li-ion battery

7. Continuously working for lasting 15 hours

8. Bluetooth operation range: 80M

9. Magnetic chassis for mounting conveniently

10. Can be provided with GPRS function by fitting on cradle

2.2 Package

Before you start up, make sure that your package includes the following items. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your dealer immediately.

Bluetooth GPS Receiver

A CD with the User Manual and the Testing Program.

AC Power Charger

DC Car Power Charger

External Antenna

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2.3 Power Switch

2.4 Power Jack

The power jack lets you to connect either a DC car power charger (included) or AC power charger (included) to recharge the internal battery. You can either use the included two chargers or an iPAQ-compatible AC adapter. Please note that the adapter rating 5V,

1.2 A, positive pole center.

2. 5 LED Function

Bluetooth Status LED (Blue):

Blinking (Slowly) ---- Not connected to any Bluetooth devices.

Blinking (Quickly) ---- Connected to other Bluetooth device.

GPS Status LED (Green):

Blinking ---- GPS position is fixed

Steady light ---- GPS position not fixed

Battery Status LED (Red/Yellow):

Red ---- Battery power is critically low. Charge immediately.

Yellow ---- Battery is charging now.

LED off ---- Battery partially full or Battery is fully charged.

2.6 External Antenna

Basically, you don’t need external antenna to perform GPS positioning with BT-318 since it already build-in active antenna. The only condition that you need external antenna is when

BT-318 unit can not “see” the sky, For instance, when you are in any environments that GPS signal is blocked, the external GPS antenna will help to receive better GPS signal.

Plug the external antenna with MMCX connector to the plug on BT-318. Place the magnetic external antenna on the roof of the car or an outdoor open-space, and make sure place it in correct direction. That is, the side with magnetic is the bottom side, and the upper side must face to sky in order to receive better signal.

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Notice:

Hold the antenna connector while you plug the external antenna into the BT-318 or unplug the external antenna from the BT-318. Do not pull the cable line.

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3 USAGE

3.1 For PDA which built-in Bluetooth (Example: iPAQ 3870/3970)

1. Switch the BT-318 power on.

2. Please refer to the user manual of PDA to enable the Bluetooth of PDA connecting to the BT-318. Some PDAs may need the Bluetooth passkey, the passkey is

2003

”.

3. Check the number of COM port used by Bluetooth.(Example the iPAQ 3970 is the output port COM 8).

4. Running the suitable mapping/navigation software and select the correct COM

port(iPAQ 3970 is the output port COM 8)& baud rate : 38400

3.2 For PDA with Bluetooth Compact Flash card

1. Switch the BT-318 power on.

2. Please refer to the user manual of Bluetooth Compact Flash card to enable it connecting to the BT-318. Some Bluetooth devices may need the Bluetooth passkey, the passkey is “2003”.

3. Check the number of COM port used by Bluetooth.(Example COM 6).

4. Running the suitable mapping/navigation software and select the correct COM

port & baud rate : 38400.

3.3 For Notebook with Bluetooth device

1. Switch the BT-318 power on.

2. Please refer to the user manual of Bluetooth device to enable it connecting to the

BT-318. Some Bluetooth devices may need the Bluetooth passkey, the passkey is

“ 2003

”.

3. Check the number of COM port used by Bluetooth.(Example COM 6).

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4. Running the suitable mapping/navigation software and select the correct COM

port & baud rate : 38400.

Note: Most of the applications, the Bluetooth device have an “auto-detect” feature that you do not need to select Baud Rate.

3.4 How to test your Bluetooth GPS Receiver ?

The testing program only supports the Microsoft Windows CE & Pocket PC based PDA platform.

1. Run the “GPSinfo.exe” to execute the installation procedure of testing program (via

PC and ActiveSync).

2. Run the “GPS Information” program from “Start → Program files” of PDA.

Here is the description of “GPS Information” testing program as follows:

User must select COM port , Baud Rate (38400) and click the [Star GPS] button to start receiving GPS data.

Note: Most of the applications, the Bluetooth device have an “auto-detect” feature that you do not need to select Baud Rate.

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4 BT-318 SPECIFICATION

4.1 System Specification

Electrical Characteristics (Receiver)

Frequency L1, 1575.42 MHz

C/A Code 1.023 MHz chip rate

Accuracy

Channels 12 channel all-in-view tracking

Position Horizontal 10 meters, 2D RMS

7 meters 2D RMS, WAAS corrected

Datum

Acquisition Rate

1-5 meters DGPS corrected

Velocity 0.1m/sec

Time 1 micro-second synchronized to GPS time

Datum Default:

Hot start 8 sec., average

Warm start 38 sec., average

Protocol

Cold start 45 sec., average

Reacquisition 0.1 sec. average

GPS Protocol Default: NMEA 0183 (Secondary: SiRF binary)

GPS Output format GGA(1sec), GSA(1sec), GSV(5sec), RMC(1sec),

VTG(1sec)

Dynamic Condition

Temperature

Acceleration Limit Less than 4g

Altitude Limit 18,000 meters (60,000 feet) max.

Velocity Limit 515 meters/sec. (1,000 knots) max.

Jerk Limit 20

Power

Operating -20°~

Humidity 5 to 95% non-condensing

Voltage Replaceable and rechargeable battery and 5V

DC input charging circuit

Operation Time 15 hours, after fully recharged, in continuous mode

>20 hours, in trickle power mode

Physical Characteristics

Dimension 89mm x 52mm x 30mm

4.2 Bluetooth Specification

Bluetooth V1.1 Compliant

Supply Voltage : 2.8V ~ 3.3V

Frequency Range : 2.402 ~ 2.480 GHz

Receiver Sensitivity : -80 dBm

Transmit Power : Class 2

Transmitting Range : 80 m (Open Space)

Power Consumption : 45 mA (Typical)

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4.3 FCC Notices

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation .

FCC RF Exposure requirements:

This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operation in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV

INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS

EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO

OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.

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5 How to get on internet by using GPRS Cradle

The GPRS Cradle is an extended device of BT-318; the main function of it is to make

BT-318 connect to GPRS via Bluetooth.

5.1

Surfing on internet by using GPRS cradle with PC

5.1.1 setup Bluetooth for windows

5.1.1.1 Setup for Windows ME

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Advanced Configuration” under the Bluetooth on tools bar

Then you may see the Bluetooth Configuration folder

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Switch to ‘”Client Applications” then you can find the COM Port which is used by Bluetooth

Serial Port,

Click OK and back to My Bluetooth Places

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Select “Find Bluetooth Devices”

Then the BT-GPRS device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

Double click “BT-GPRS” device , SPP service support will show up

Right clickand select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

Then “Bluetooth PIN Code Required” will show up

Click the bluetooth icon at bottom right, then “Bluetooth PIN Code Request” will show up, please enter “2003” for Bluetooth PIN code and click OK.

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Finish Bluetooth Serial Port connecting

Open “Phone and Modem Options” from “Start” “Control Panel”.

Click “Add…”.

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Check “Don’t detect my modem; I will select it from a list” and click “Next”.

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Select “Standard 28800 bps Modem”.

Select COM Port the “Bluetooth Serial Port” used.

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Finish.

Click “Properties”

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You could view the COM Port that modem uses in “Modem”

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Choose “Advanced…” in “Connection” for advanced setting.

Key in “ +cgdcont=1,”IP”,”INTERNET” ” in “Extra settings” column and click “OK”.

(Attention! APN setting may vary according to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firms for exact APN.)

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5.1.1.2 Setup for Windows 2000

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Advanced Configuration” under the Bluetooth on tools bar

Then you may see the Bluetooth Configuration folder

Switch to ‘”Client Applications” then you can find the COM Port which is used by Bluetooth

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Serial Port, Click OK and back to My Bluetooth Places

Select “Find Bluetooth Devices”

Then the BT-GPRS-XXXXX device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

Double click “BT-GPRS-XXXXXX” device , SPP service support will show up

Right click and select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

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Then “Bluetooth PIN Code Required” will show up

Click the bluetooth icon at bottom right, then “Bluetooth PIN Code Request” will show up, please enter “2003” for Bluetooth PIN code and click OK.

Finish Bluetooth Serial Port connecting

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Open “Phone and Modem Options” from “Start” “Control Panel”.

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Click “Add…”in “Modem”.

Check “Don’t detect my modem; I will select it from a list” and click “Next”.

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Select “Standard 28800 bps Modem”.

Select COM Port the “Buletooth Serial Port” used.

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Finish.

Click “Properties”

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You could view the COM Port that modem uses in “Modem”.

Key in “ +cgdcont=1,”IP”,”INTERNET” ” in “Extra settings” of “Advanced” and click

“OK”.

(Attention! APN setting may vary according to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firms for exact APN.)

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5.1.1.3 Setup for Windows XP

Please make sure that Bluetooth CF card/Dongle has been fitted and work properly

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Advanced Configuration” under the Bluetooth on tools bar

Then you may see the Bluetooth Configuration folder

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Switch to ‘”Client Applications” then you can find the COM Port which is used by Bluetooth

Serial Port

Select Search For Devices under Bluetooth

Then the BT-GPRS device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

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Double click “BT-GPRS” device , SPP service support will show up

Right click and select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

Then “Bluetooth PIN Code Required” will show up

Click the bluetooth icon at bottom right, “Bluetooth PIN Code Request” will show up, please enter “2003” for Bluetooth PIN code and click OK.

Finish Bluetooth Serial Port connecting

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Open “Phone and Modem Options” from “Start” “Control Panel”.

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Click “Add…”in “Modem”.

Check “Don’t detect my modem; I will select it from a list” and click “Next”.

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Select “Standard 33600 bps Modem”.

Select COM Port the “Buletooth Serial Port” used.

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Finish.

Click “Properties”

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You could view the COM Port that modem uses in “Modem”.

Key in “ +cgdcont=1,”IP”,”INTERNET” ” in “Extra settings” of “Advanced” and click

“OK”.

(Attention! APN setting may vary according to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firms for exact APN.)

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5.1.2 Wireless networking GPRS setting for windows

5.1.2.1 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows ME

Open Dial-up Networking setting.

Choose “Make New Connection”.

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Key in the name you want to establish.

Key in telephone number.

(Attention ! Telephone number may vary according to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

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Dial-up Networking connection is completed.

The dial-up connection you just established “My Connection” shows on your desktop.

Double-Click the Icon for dial-up.

Key in ”User Name” and “Password” and click ”Connect”.

(Attention ! ”User Name” and “Password” may vary accroding to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

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Windows will start to dial.

When finished, it is connected to Internet.

This instruction offers common setting steps for GPRS.

Different GPRS suppliers may have different setting requirements.

You may need an appointed DNS in some case.

I f

y ou cannot connect to the networ k, you need to contact your ISP provider to get the correct setting steps

.

After that, you may just double-click the icon for reconnection dial-up.

IF BT-318cradle is not the only BT SPP device, you may need to connect Bluetooth Serial

Port manually.

Steps are as follow:

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Find Bluetooth Devices”

Then the BT-GPRS-XXXXX device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

Double click “BT-GPRS-XXXXXX” device; SPP service support will show up

Right click and select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

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5.1.2.2 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows 2000

Open “Network and Dial-up Connections” from “Start Setting”.

Double-click ”Make New Connection”

Click “Next” to continue.

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Key in telephone number.

(Attention ! Telephone number may vary accroding to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

Click “Next” to continue.

Click “Next” to continue.

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Key in the name.

(You can also click “Add a shortcut to my desktop”)

Click “Finish” to complete setting.

The dial-up connection you just established shows on your desktop. Double-click the Icon for dial-up.

Key in ”User Name” and “Password” and click ”Dial”.

(Attention ! ”User Name” and “Password” may vary accroding to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

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Windows will start to dial.

When finished, it is connected to Internet.

This instruction offers common setting steps for GPRS.

Different GPRS suppliers may have different setting requirements.

You may need an appointed DNS in some case.

I f

y ou cannot connect to the networ k, y ou need to contact your ISP provider to get the correct setting steps

.

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After that, you may just double-click the icon for reconnection dial-up.

IF BT-318 CRADLE is not the only BT SPP device, you may need to connect Bluetooth

Serial Port manually.

Steps are as follow:

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Find Bluetooth Devices”

Then the BT-GPRS-XXXXX device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

Double click “BT-GPRS-XXXXXX” device , SPP service support will show up

Right click and select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

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5.1.2.3 Wireless networking GPRS setting for Windows XP

Open “Network and Internet Connections” from “Start Control Panel”.

Choose ”Create a connection to the network at your workplace”.

Please fill in the information if you have not done it and click “OK” to continue.

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Choose “Dial-up connection” and click “Next” to continue.

Key in the name for connection and click “Next” to continue.

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Key in telephone number.

(Attention ! Telephone number may vary according to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

Click “Next” to continue.

Click “Finish” to complete setting.

(You can also click “Add a shortcut to this connection to my desktop”)

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The dial-up connection shows on your desktop if you chose “Add a shortcut to my desktop”.

Double-click the Icon for dial-up.

Key in ”User Name” and “Password” and click ”Dial”.

(Attention ! ”User Name” and “Password” may vary accroding to different GPRS service firms. Please contact your GPRS service firm for exact number.)

Windows will start to dial.

When finished, it is connected to Internet.

This instruction offers common setting steps for GPRS.

Different GPRS suppliers may have different setting requirements.

You may need an appointed DNS in some case.

I f

y ou cannot connect to the networ k, y ou need to contact your ISP provider to get the

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correct setting steps

.

After that, you may just double-click the icon for reconnection dial-up.

IF BT-318 CRADLE is not the only BT SPP device, you may need to connect Bluetooth

Serial Port manually.

Steps are as follow:

Double click the Bluetooth icon at bottom right

Select “Find Bluetooth Devices”

Then the BT-GPRS-XXXXX device can be searched out (if no one can be found, please check the bluetooth hardware)

Double click “BT-GPRS-XXXXXX” device , SPP service support will show up

Right click and select “Connect to Bluetooth Serial Port”

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5.1.3 setup bluetooth for Pocket PC

STEP 1:

Tap Bluetooth Manager .

STEP 2:

Tap New , Connect!

.

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STEP 3:

Select Explore a Bluetooth device . Tap Next .

STEP 4:

Tap Top here to choice a device .

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STEP 5:

Select BT-GPRS -XXXXXX .

STEP 6:

Tap Next .

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STEP 7:

To set the security settings to low (to connect this device no paired) ,tap Next .

STEP 8:

Select BT-GPRS COM Port . Tap Next .

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STEP 9:

Tap Finish .

STEP 10:

Tap Start , Settings .

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STEP 11:

Tap Bluetooth .

STEP 12:

You may see the COM Port used by Bluetooth.

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STEP 13:

Tap Start , SppModem .

STEP 14:

Select the COM Port used by Bluetooth, Tap Create .

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STEP 15:

Tap Yes .

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5.1.4 setup for Pocket PC 2002

STEP 1:

Tap Start , Settings .

STEP 2:

Tap Connections .

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STEP 3:

Tap Connections icon.

STEP 4:

Select Internet Settings .

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STEP 5:

Tap Modify… .

STEP 6:

In the Internet Settings window, tap New… .

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STEP 7:

Insert a name for connection and select a modem from the modem menu. Set the

Baud rate to 115200 and tab the Advanced… .

STEP 8:

Disable all checkbox on Terminal. And Data Bits set 8 , Parity set None , Stop

Bits set 1 , Flow Control Hardware and tab Ok.

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STEP 9:

Make sure use server-assigned IP addresses is selected and then tab Name Servers .

STEP 10:

Make sure use server-assigned addresses is selected and tab ok .

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STEP 11:

Tab Next .

STEP 12:

Leave country code and Area code blank and enter the phone number

*99# in phone number . And tab Next .

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STEP 13:

Key in +cgdcont=1,”ip”,”internet” in the extra dial-string modem commands and tab finish .

STEP 14:

Tab ok .

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STEP 15:

Tab Dialing Locations .

STEP 16:

Select Disable call waiting and tab Dialing Patterns…

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STEP 17:

Key in G in all columns and tab ok .

STEP 18:

Tab ok to finish setting .

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5.1.5

Connect to GPRS network for Pocket PC 2002

STEP 1:

Tab Start and tab settings .

STEP 2:

Tap Connections .

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STEP 3:

Tab Connections button.

STEP 4:

Tab Connect to connect GPRS system.

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STEP 5:

Then you would see a window as below, select the device with “ BT-GPRS-XXXXXX ”

This instruction offers common setting steps for GPRS.

Different GPRS suppliers may have different setting requirements.

You may need an appointed DNS in some case.

I f

y ou cannot connect to the networ k, y ou need to contact your ISP provider to get the correct setting steps

.

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5.1.6 Setup and connect to GPRS network for Pocket PC 2003

STEP 1:

Tap Start , Settings to set up the dialing parameters.

STEP 2:

Select Add a new modem connection .

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STEP 3:

Key in the name for connection and select a modem name which is “GPRS SPP

MODEM” .

STEP 4:

Key in the phone number *99# and tab Next button.

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STEP 5:

Key in the User name and Password but leave Domain blank and to tab Finish .

STEP 6:

Tab the . Icon to start the dialing program.

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STEP 7:

Tab the phone number *99# icon to connect to GPRS system.

STEP 8:

Tab Hide button to close this window .

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STEP 9:

Then you would see a window as below, select the device with “ BT-GPRS-XXXXXX ”

This instruction offers common setting steps for GPRS.

Different GPRS suppliers may have different setting requirements.

You may need an appointed DNS in some case.

I f

y ou cannot connect to the networ k, y ou need to contact your ISP provider to get the correct setting steps

.

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5.1.7 GPRS Connections Operators Information

Austria

[Connect Austria / One]

APN=web.one.at

DNS1=194.24.128.100

DNS2=194.24.128.102

[MobilKom]

[email protected]

APN=A1.net

DNS1=194.48.124.200

DNS2=194.48.139.254

[Singtel Optus]

APN=internet.optus.net.au

[Telering]

[email protected]

Password=web

APN=web

DNS1=212.95.31.11

DNS2=212.95.31.35

[Telstra]

APN=telstra.wap.mnc001.mcc505.gprs

[T-Mobile A - GPRS]

APN=gprsinternet

DNS1=213.162.64.1

DNS2=213.162.64.2

[T-Mobile A - Business GPRS]

APN=business.gprsinternet

DNS1=213.162.64.1

DNS2=213.162.64.2

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Australia

[Vodafone AU]

APN=vfinternet.au

Belgium

[Mobistar]

Username=mobistar

Password=mobistar

APN=web.pro.be

DNS1=212.65.63.10

DNS2=212.65.63.145

[Proximus - Internet]

APN=INTERNET.PROXIMUS.BE

DNS1=195.238.2.21

DNS2=195.238.2.22

[Proximus - Intranet]

APN=INTRAPROX.BE

DNS1=195.238.2.21

DNS2=195.238.2.22

Canada

[Microcell]

Username=dummy

Password=dummy

APN=internet.fido.ca

China

[China Mobile]

APN=cmnet

Croatia

[VIPnet]

APN=gprs.vipnet.hr

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Czech Republic

[Cesky Mobil - prepaid]

APN=ointernet

DNS1=212.67.64.2

[Eurotel]

APN=internet

DNS1=160.218.10.201

DNS2=194.228.2.1

[Paegas - GPRS Internet]

APN=internet.click.cz

DNS1=62.141.0.1

DNS1=62.141.0.2

[Paegas - GPRS Profil]

APN=profil.click.cz

DNS1=62.141.0.1

DNS1=62.141.0.2

Denmark

[Sonofon]

DNS1=212.88.64.14

DNS2=212.88.64.15

[TDC]

APN=internet

DNS1=193.162.146.9

DNS2=193.162.153.31

Finland

[Dna]

APN=internet

DNS1=217.78.192.78

DNS2=217.78.192.22

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[Radiolinja]

APN=internet

DNS1=213.161.33.200

DNS2=193.185.210.10

[Sonera]

APN=internet

DNS1=192.89.123.230

DNS2=192.89.123.231

France

[Bouygues Telecom]

APN=ebouygtel.com

[Orange F]

Username=orange

Password=orange

APN=orange.fr

DNS1=194.51.3.56

DNS2=194.51.3.76

[SFR]

APN=websfr

DNS1=172.20.2.10

Germany

[D2 Vodafone]

APN=volume.d2gprs.de

DNS1=139.7.30.125

DNS2=139.7.30.126

[E-Plus]

Username=eplus

APN=internet.eplus.de

DNS1=212.23.97.2

DNS2=212.23.97.3

[Quam]

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Username=quam

Password=quam

APN=quam.de

DNS1=193.189.244.192

DNS2=193.189.244.205

[T-D1]

APN=internet.t-d1.de

DNS1=193.254.160.1

[Viag Interkom]

APN=internet

DNS1=195.182.96.28

DNS2=195.182.96.61

[Viag Interkom (LOOP)]

APN=pinternet.interkom.de

DNS1=195.182.114.114

Greece

[Cosmote]

APN=internet

DNS1=195.167.65.194

[Telestet]

Password=24680

APN=gnet.b-online.gr

DNS1=212.152.79.19

DNS2=212.152.79.20

[Vodafone GR]

APN=internet.vodafone.gr

DNS1=213.249.17.10

DNS2=213.249.17.11

Hungary

[Pannon]

APN=Net

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DNS1=193.225.155.254

DNS2=194.149.0.157

[Westel]

APN=internet

DNS1=194.176.224.3

DNS2=194.176.224.1

Hongkong

[CSL]

APN=internet

DNS1=202.84.255.1

DNS2=203.116.254.150

[New World]

APN=internet

; Hongkong

[Orange HK]

APN=web.orangehk.com

[Peoples]

APN=internet

[SmarTone]

APN=internet

DNS1=202.140.96.51

DNS2=202.140.96.52

[Sunday]

APN=internet

India

[BPL Mobile]

Username=bplmobile

APN=bplgprs.com

DNS1=202.169.145.34

DNS2=202.169.129.40

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Indonesia

[IM-3]

Username=gprs

Password=im3

APN=www.indosat-m3.net

Italy

[Blu]

APN=INTERNET

DNS1=212.17.192.49

DNS2=212.17.192.209

[TIM]

APN=uni.tim.it

[Vodafone Omnitel]

APN=web.omnitel.it

[WIND]

APN=internet.wind

DNS1=212.245.255.2

1.1.1. Jordan

[Fastlink]

APN=internet

[MobileCom]

Username=internet

Password=internet

APN=internet.mobilecom.jo

Lebanon

[Cellis]

Username=plugged

Password=plugged

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APN=internet.ftml.com.lb

DNS1=194.126.29.8

DNS2=194.126.29.12

[Libancell]

APN=isurf.libancell.com.lb

DNS1=212.98.130.34

DNS2=212.98.130.35

[Bite GSM]

Lithuania

APN=banga

DNS1=213.226.131.131

DNS2=193.219.32.13

[Omnitel Lithuania]

APN=gprs.omnitel.net

DNS1=194.176.32.129

DNS2=195.22.175.1

Malaysia

[DiGi]

APN=diginet

DNS1=203.92.128.131

DNS2=203.92.128.132

[Maxis]

APN=net

DNS1=202.75.129.101

DNS2=10.206.4.21

[TIMECel]

APN=timenett.com.my

DNS1=203.121.16.85

DNS2=203.121.16.120

[TMTouch]

APN=internet

92

DNS1=202.188.0.133

Netherlands

[Ben - GPRS intensief]

APN=internet-int

DNS1=193.79.251.39

DNS2=193.79.237.39

[Dutchtone]

APN=internet

DNS1=194.134.5.5

[Ben - GPRS actief]

APN=internet-act

DNS1=193.79.251.39

DNS2=193.79.237.39

[KPN]

APN=internet

DNS1=62.133.126.28

DNS2=62.133.126.29

[O2 NL]

Username=gprs

Password=password

APN=internet

[Vodafone NL]

APN=web.vodafone.nl

New zealand

[Vodafone NZ]

APN=www.vodafone.net.nz

DNS1=202.20.93.10

DNS2=203.97.191.189

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Norway

[NetCom]

DNS1=212.45.188.43

DNS2=212.45.188.44

[Telenor Mobil]

APN=internet

Philippines

[Globe]

Username=globe

Password=globe

APN=www.globe.com.ph

DNS1=203.127.225.10

DNS2=203.127.225.11

[Smart]

APN=internet

DNS1=202.57.96.3

DNS2=202.57.96.4

Poland

[ERA]

Username=erainternet

Password=erainternet

[Idea]

Username=idea

Password=idea

APN=www.idea.pl

DNS1=194.204.159.1

DNS2=194.9.223.79

[Polkomtel - Plus]

APN=www.plusgsm.pl

94

Portugal

[Optimus]

APN=internet

DNS1=194.79.69.129

[TMN]

APN=internet

DNS1=194.65.3.20

DNS2=194.65.3.21

[Vodafone Telecel]

APN=internet.telecel.pt

DNS1=212.18.160.133

DNS2=212.18.160.134

Russia

[BeeLine]

Username=beeline

Password=beeline

APN=internet.beeline.ru

DNS1=194.190.195.66

DNS2=194.190.192.34

[Mobile Telesystems]

APN=internet.mts.ru

DNS1=213.87.0.1

DNS2=213.87.1.1

Singapore

[MobileOne]

APN=mobilenet

DNS1=202.79.64.21

DNS2=202.79.64.26

[Singtel]

APN=internet

[StarHub]

95

APN=shwap

Slovakia

[Orange SK]

APN=internet

DNS1=213.151.200.3

DNS2=195.12.140.130

Slovenia

[Mobitel - Internet]

APN=internet

[Mobitel - Internet Pro]

APN=internetpro

[Si.mobil]

DNS1=121.30.86.130

DNS2=193.189.160.11

Spain

[Amena]

Username=CLIENTE

Password=AMENA

APN=internet

DNS1=213.143.33.8

DNS2=213.143.32.20

[Telefonica Movistar]

Username=MOVISTAR

Password=MOVISTAR

APN=movistar.es

DNS1=194.179.1.100

DNS2=194.179.1.101

[Vodafone Espa]

APN=airtelnet.es

96

Sweden

[Telia]

Switzerland

[Orange CH]

APN=internet

DNS1=213.55.128.1

DNS2=213.55.128.2

[Sunrise]

Username=internet

Password=internet

APN=internet

DNS1=212.35.35.35

DNS2=212.35.35.5

[Swisscom]

Username=gprs

DNS1=164.128.36.34

DNS2=164.128.76.39

Taiwan

[Chunghwa]

APN=wappie

[Far EasTone]

[Hinet]

APN=internet

DNS1=168.95.192.1

DNS2=168.95.1.1

[KGT Online]

APN=internet

[MobiTai]

Username=gprs

97

Password=gprs

[TransAsia]

APN=internet

Thailand

[AIS]

APN=internet

DNS1=202.183.255.20

DNS2=202.183.255.21

[DTAC]

APN=www.dtac.co.th

DNS1=203.155.33.1

DNS2=203.44.144.33

Turkey

[Aria]

APN=internet

[Turkcell]

DNS1=212.252.168.240

DNS2=212.252.119.4

UK

[O2 UK]

APN=adf.btcellnet.net

DNS1=194.73.82.242

[Orange UK]

Username=Orange

DNS1=158.43.192.1

DNS2=158.43.128.1

APN=orangeinternet

[T-Mobile UK]

Username=user

98

Password=one2one

APN=general.t-mobile.uk

[Vodafone]

APN=Internet

United Arab Emirates

[Etisalat]

APN=mnet

US

[AT&T Wireless]

[Cingular]

[email protected]

Password= ZXY203DC9K0402

APN=ISP.CINGULAR

[Rogers AT&T]

APN=internet.com

Username=wapuser1

Password=wap

[Voicestream]

APN=internet2.voicestream.com

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