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Re: controling a 6110 with a pic16f84

From: Andi Reinbrech
Subject: Re: controling a 6110 with a pic16f84
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 21:42:38 +0200

If at all possible, get hold of a nokia 6210 or 7110, with a proper DLR 3
cable - these phones have modem firmware in the phone, and talk standard AT
commands like a normal modem (without need of NDS or gnokii).

You still need gnokii to do more than sending SMS and simple phone book
management ;-) but for micros, the 6210/7110 work like a charm.

If you can't get hold of a proper DLR 3 cable, use the infra red.  IRda is
going to be easier to implement than FBUS/MBUS on a PIC, although I've never
done this - I use an AVR micro with a 7110 phone connected straight to the
micro's USART with a max232

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Kemp" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 8:19 PM
Subject: Re: controling a 6110 with a pic16f84

> On 2002.04.23 17:54 Henk Smit wrote:
> > Hello list,
> >
> > For my next hollyday i'm working on a project to create a babyphone with
> > only a 6110 connected to a pic16f84 microprocessor using a standard
> > datacable. If the external microphone picks up noise the 16f84 dials a
> > number using atdt commands. Right now i managed to let the
> > talk to some terminal programs running on a pc. When i connect it to the
> > 6110 nothing happens not even an error message on the phones display. Is
> > there someone in this list who knows what i'm doing wrong or can give me
> > a clue
> >
> > Please advise !!!!
> Have you tried connecting your 6110 with datacable up to a pc _not_
> Nokia datasuite?  You'll find it doesn't needs the softmodem
> provided by NCDS.  gnokiid provides the same support - but it's not going
> to be easy to fit the code into a pic.
> Chris
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