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Craig Steiner
11/08/05 14:20
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#103442 - Google is your friend
Responding to: Suresh Kumar Kavula's previous message
Suresh Kumar Kavula said:
Interesting to know difference between GSM, GPRS, CDMA, DTMF wireless communication upper layer protocols (Industrial Applications), also would like to know how to interface these peripherals to 8 bit uC's.

Google Definitions: GSM, GPRS, CDMA, and DTMF.

You can transmit data wirelessly over a GSM network by using a GPRS modem in which case you can interface in a serial manner, such as RS232. This ultimately depends on what model modem you purchase.

Craig Steiner

List of 13 messages in thread
GSM, GPRS, CDMA, DTMF wireless      Suresh Kumar Kavula      11/08/05 14:05      
   Google is your friend      Craig Steiner      11/08/05 14:20      
      Glossary        Andy Neil      11/08/05 17:15      
         you missed TDMA      Erik Malund      11/09/05 06:41      
            GSM is TDMA      Andy Neil      11/09/05 14:30      
               +FDMA      Dan Henry      11/09/05 17:11      
   CDPD, Wireless N/W parameters?      Suresh Kumar Kavula      11/09/05 10:57      
      Good luck, you will need it      Erik Malund      11/09/05 11:24      
      M2M      Andy Neil      11/09/05 14:41      
      Doesn't run on AT commands?      Andy Neil      11/09/05 14:43      
      CDPD - Obsolete?      Andy Neil      11/09/05 14:47      
         Valuable Info      Suresh Kumar Kavula      11/10/05 12:11      
      Data transfer direction/speed        Craig Steiner      11/10/05 12:30      

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