CALL:SMService

CALL:SMService

Last updated: November 25, 2010

GPIB Command Conventions

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:DRX:STATe

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the DRX State of the cell broadcast message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 1 |ON |0 |OFF

Query

Range: 1 |ON |0 |OFF

*RST setting

0
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.13
 
and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: H.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:DRX:STATe OFF" 
! Sets the cell broadcast DRX state to OFF.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CDATa

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the User Defined Text Message (Custom Data) , which is a custom binary data string, for message n, where n can be 1,2,or 3, that can be included in the cell broadcast message content.

An even number of characters must be used when setting the custom data string with this command.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 2460 hexadecimal characters.

Query

Range: 0 to 2460 hexadecimal character

*RST setting

`' (Empty String)

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09
 
and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:CDATa `a5fe'" 
! Sets the custom binary data string.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CODE

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This sets the message code for Cell Broadcast Message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3. See Message Code for more information.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 1023

Query

Range: 0 to 1023

*RST setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:CODE 1000" 
! Sets the Cell Broadcast Message 1 to have 1000 as the message code.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CONTent

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the type of content that is to be included in each message (see, Cell Broadcast Messages -Content ). The selected content can be one of two predefined text message strings, TXT1 or TXT2 (see CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT1? or CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT2? ), a custom text string (see CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CTEXt ), or a custom binary data (see CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CDATa ).

This parameter is automatically set to CTEXt if TEXT is included in the HTTP request URL. Similarly, this parameter is automatically set to CDATA if DATA is included in the HTTP request URL for message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3. See Request URL Parameters .

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: TXT1|TXT2|CTEXt|CDATa

Query

Range: TXT1|TXT2|CTEX|CDAT

*RST setting

TXT1 (for message 1 and 3) , TXT2 (for message 2)
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:TXT1" 
! Sets the Cell Broadcast Message 1 to use TXT1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CTEXt

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the User Defined Text Message (Custom Text) string that can be included in the cell broadcast message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 1395 ASCII characters

Query

Range: 0 to 1395 characters

*RST setting

"Enter your text here"
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:CTEXt `Hello. How are you today?'" 
! Sets the custom text string for message 1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme[:SPECify]

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the method used to set the 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme for message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3. The two methods that can be used to specify the data coding scheme are:

  1. Language

    See CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme:LANGuage .

  2. ValueSee CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme:VALue .

This parameter is automatically set to Value if the following Request URL Parameters are included in the HTTP request URL: DCS or DCSHEX.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: LANGuage|VALue

Query

Range: LANG|VAL

*RST setting

LANG
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:DCSCheme LANG" 
! Allows the test set to configure the data coding scheme for message 1 
! according to a specified language.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme:LANGuage

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the language for the cell broadcast text message for message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3. The specified language is used to set the 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme. This method is only appropriate for configuring text messages. See Data Coding Scheme Language for more information.

The 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme Specification must be set to LANGuage for this command to apply. The command to specify the method used to set the 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme is CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme[:SPECify] .

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: See Language values .

Query

Range: See Language values .

*RST setting

ENGLish
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:DCSCheme:LANGuage ENGLish" 
! Sets the language to English for the Cell Broadcast Message 1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme:VALue

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the value used to set the 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme. See Data Coding Scheme Value for more information.

The 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme Specification must be set to VALue for this command to apply. The command to specify the method used to set the 8-bit CBS Data Coding Scheme is CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme[:SPECify] .

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Resolution: 1

Query

Range: 0 to 255

Resolution: 1

*RST setting

1
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:DCSCheme:VALue 1" 
! Sets the value of the CBS Data Coding Scheme for the Cell Broadcast Message 1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:GSCope

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the 2-bit Geographical Scope (GS) for message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: CIMMediate|PNORmal|LNORmal|CNORmal

Query

Range: CIMM|PNOR|LNOR|CNOR

*RST setting

CNOR

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:GSCope CIMMediate" 
! Sets the geographical scope for Cell Broadcast Message 1 regard similar messages 
! in other cells as new and to continuously display the message.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:IDENtifier

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This sets the message identifier for Cell Broadcast Message n (where n can be 1,2, or 3). See Message Identifier for more information.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 65534

Query

Range: 0 to 65534

*RST setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:IDENtifier 1500" 
! Sets the message identifier for Cell Broadcast Message 1 to 1500.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:LANGuage

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command is obsolete. Please use the command CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:DCSCheme:LANGuage instead.

This sets the language for Cell Broadcast Message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Fixed string (see table below)

Query

Fixed string

*RST setting

ENGLish
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:LANGuage ENGLish" 
! Sets the language to English for the Cell Broadcast Message 1.
Language values
Parameter Form Query Value
GERMan GERM
ENGLish ENGL
ITALian ITAL
FRENch FREN
SPANish SPAN
DUTCh DUTC
SWEDish SWED
DANish DAN
PORTuguese PORT
FINNish FINN
NORWegian NORW
GREek GRE
TURKish TURK
HUNGarian HUNG
POLish POL
UNSPecified UNSP

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:STATe

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Enables Cell Broadcast Message n, where n is 1, 2 or 3. Cell Broadcast service must be started for a message to be sent. See CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:STARt .

EGPRS LA

Setting

0|OFF|1|ON

Query

0||1

*RST setting

Message 1 is ON; Messages 2 and 3 are OFF

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage2:STATe ON" 
! Sets the state for the Cell Broadcast Message 2 to ON, which is necessary 
! to allow a message to be sent

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:TEXT

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

THIS COMMAND IS OBSOLETE. Please use the command CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CONTent instead.

This command selects the text to be transmitted for Cell Broadcast Message n, where n is 1, 2 or 3.

EGPRS LA

Setting

TXT1|TXT2|CUSTom

Query

TXT1|TXT2|CUST

*RST setting

Message 2 is TXT2; Messages 1and 3 are TXT1

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:TEXT TXT2" 
! Sets the Cell Broadcast Message 1 to contain the predefined TXT2 text.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:UPDate

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This sets the Update Number for Cell Broadcast Message n, where n can be 1, 2, or 3.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 15

Query

Range: 0 to 15

*RST setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage1:UPDate 10" 
! Sets the Message Update number to 10 for the Cell Broadcast Message 1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition[:SEConds]

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the Repetition Period for sending the cell broadcast message.

The repetition period can also be set with the command CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition:UNITs . Use this command if you wish to set a more precise repetition period.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 1 to 1800

Query

Range: 1 to 1800

*RST setting

30

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition 30" 
!Sets the Cell Broadcast Service repetiion period to 30 seconds.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition:UNITs

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command sets/queries the Repetition Period for sending the cell broadcast message in terms to units of the minimum interval period.

You can also set the repetition period with the command CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition[:SEConds] .

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 1 to 1024

Query

Range: 1 to 1024

*RST setting

16

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: E.00.05 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:REPetition:UNITS 3" 
! Sets the Cell Broadcast Service repetiion period to 5.649 seconds (since 1.883 * 3 = 5.649).

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:STARt

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This command initiates the Cell Broadcast Service, which causes the periodic transmission of all messages enabled through the command CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:STATe .

This command is ignored if Cell Broadcast Service has already been started.

EGPRS LA
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:STARt" 
! Starts the Cell Broadcast Service.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:STOP

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Stops the Cell Broadcast Service.

This command is ignored if Cell Broadcast Service has already been ended.

EGPRS LA
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:STOP" 
! Stops the Cell Broadcast Service.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TEXT:CUSTom

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA THIS COMMAND IS OBSOLETE. Please use CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:MESSage[<n>]:CTEXt instead.

This sets the string of the custom text which can be sent with any of the Cell Broadcast Messages.

EGPRS LA

Setting

String: 7 bit ACSII characters up to 93 characters in length in quotes.

Query

String: 7 bit ACSII characters up to 93 characters in length.

*RST Setting

"Enter your text here"
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TEXT:CUSTom "Hello World" " 
! Sets `Hello World' as a custom text which can be sent with any of the Cell Broadcast Messages.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT1?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This queries the Predefined text message 1 (Text1) .

EGPRS LA

Query

Returns a string.
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT1?" 
! Queries for the fixed Text Message 1.

CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT2?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This queries the Predefined text message 2 (Text2) .

EGPRS LA

Query

Returns a string.
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Revision E.00.05 modified the predefined text message 2.

Programming Example

OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:CBRoadcast:TXT2?"
! Queries for the fixed Text Message 2.

CALL:SMService:HTTProtocol:INPut

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Enables or disables the HTTP input interface for mobile terminated SMS and Cell Broadcast SMS.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0|OFF|1|ON

Query

0||1

*RST setting

OFF

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:HTTProtocol:INPut ON" 
! Enables the HTTP input interface for mobile terminated SMS

CALL:SMService:HTTProtocol:OUTPut

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Enables or disables the HTTP output interface for mobile originated SMS.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0|OFF|1|ON

Query

0||1

*RST setting

OFF

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:HTTProtocol:OUTPut 1"
! Enables the HTTP output interface for mobile originated SMS.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:CONTents

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This selects the content to be sent in mobile terminated SMS messages.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: TXT1 | TXT2 | CTEXt | CDATa

Query

Range: TXT1 | TXT2 | CTEX | CDAT

*RST Setting

TXT1

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:CONTents TXT1"
! Selects TXT1 to be be sent in subsequent mobile terminated SMS messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:DATA:CUSTom

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Sets/queries the data to be sent in mobile terminated SMS messages. SMS data is formatted in octets, therefore there must be and even number of characters in the string.

This data is only sent to the mobile station if the CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:CONTents is set to CDATA.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 280 ASCII formatted hexadecimal characters

Query

Range: 0 to 280 ASCII formatted hexadecimal characters

*RST Setting

"00"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:DATA:CUSTom `112A'" 
! This sets the hex data 112A to be sent in subsequent mobile terminated SMS messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:DCSCheme

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-DCS (Data Coding Scheme) header element, used to identify the coding scheme used in the message contents.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:DCSCheme 75" 
! Configures the TP-DCS (Data Coding Scheme) header element, used to identify the coding scheme
! used in the message contents to 75. 

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:FCAuse

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-FCS (Failure Cause) header element, used to identify the reason for a previous SMS-SUBMIT failure. This setting is only relevant to the Submit Report message type. It is not relevant to either Deliver or Status Report message types.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

255

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:FCAuse 20" 
! Sets the TP-FCS (Failure Cause) header element, used to identify the reason 
! for a previous SMS-SUBMIT failure.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:MMTSend

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-MMS (More Messages to Send) header element.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0 | 1
0: More messages to send
1: No more messages

Query

0 | 1

*RST Setting

1

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MMTSend 1" 
! Sets the TP-MMS (More Messages to Send) header element to indicate that there are
! no more messages. 

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:MREFerence

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-MR (Message Reference) header element. This element is only included in mobile terminated SMS messages if their message type is SMS-STATUS REPORT. It is used to identify the previously submitted mobile originated SMS to which the status report message relates.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MREFerence 100" 
! Sets the TP-MR (Message Reference) header element for subsequent mobile terminated SMS messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:OADDress

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the address value portion of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of BCD digits 0-9, the symbols * and #, and the lower case characters a, b, c, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: A.10 adds the value `f'.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above.

Revision: G.00.00 adds the value `f'.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:OADDress "abc" " 
! Changes the address value portion of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element to abc, 
! which is used to identify the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:OADDress:HEXadecimal

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the address value portion of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of Hex digits 0-9, and the lower case characters a, b, c, d, e, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.10 and above.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: G.00.00 and above.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:OADDress:HEXadecimal "aaff" " 
! Changes the address value portion of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element to aaff, 
! which is used to identify the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:OADDress:PLAN

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the number plan identification bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | ISDN | DATA | TELex | SCS1 |SCS2 |PRIVate | NATional| ERMes | REServed

Query

Range: UNKN | ISDN | DATA | TEL | SCS1 | SCS2 | PRIV | NAT | ERM | RES

*RST Setting

UNKN

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: A.10 adds the values `SCS1', `SCS2', `ERMes' and `REServed'.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Revision: G.00.00 adds the values `SCS1', `SCS2', `ERMes' and `REServed'.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:OADDress:PLAN NATional" 
! Sets the number plan identification bits of the Type of Address field of the 
! TP-OA (Originating Address) header element to National, which is used to identify 
! the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:OADDress:TYPE

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the Type of Number bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-OA (Originating Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | INATional | NATional | NETWork | SUBScriber | ALPHa | ABBReviated | REServed

Query

Range: UNKN | INAT | NAT | NETW | SUBS | ALPH | ABBR | RES

*RST Setting

UNKN
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license

Revision: A.10 adds the values `ALPHa', `ABBReviated' and `REServedS'.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above.A.09 and above with required feature license

Revision: G.00.00 adds the values `ALPHa', `ABBReviated' and `REServedS'.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:OADDress:TYPE SUBScriber" 
! Sets the Type of Number bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-OA (Originating Address) 
! header element to `Suscriber', which is used to identify the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:PIDentifier

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-PID (Protocol Identifier) header element, used to identify the higher layer protocol used to send the SMS message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MTERminated:MESSage:PIDentifier 100" 
! Configures the TP-PID (Protocol Identifier) header element, used to identify the higher 
! layer protocol used to send the SMS message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:PINDicator

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-PI (Parameter Indicator) header element, used to identify the presence of optional elements within SMS-SUBMIT-REPORT and SMS-STATUS-REPORT messages.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

7

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:PINDicator 5" 
! Sets the TP-PI (Parameter Indicator) header element to `5', which is used to identify 
! the presence of optional elements within SMS-SUBMIT-REPORT and SMS-STATUS-REPORT messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:RADDress

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the recipient of the previously submitted SMS message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of BCD digits 0-9, the symbols *, #, and +, and the letters a, b, c, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: A.10 adds the value `f'.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above.A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: G.00.00 adds the value `f'.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RADDress "abc"" 
! Configures the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the recipient of 
! the previously submitted SMS messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:RADDress:HEXadecimal

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the recipient of the previously submitted SMS message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of Hex digits 0-9, the symbols *, #, and +, and the letters a, b, c, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.10 and above.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: G.00.00 and above.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RADDress:HEXadecimal "abc"" 
! Configures the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the recipient of 
! the previously submitted SMS messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:RADDress:PLAN

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the number plan identification bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | ISDN | DATA | TELex | SCS1 |SCS2 |PRIVate | NATional| ERMes | REServed

Query

Range: UNKN | ISDN | DATA | TEL | SCS1 | SCS2 | PRIV | NAT | ERM | RES

*RST Setting

UNKN

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.10 and above.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: G.00.00 and above.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RADDress:PLAN NATional" 
! Sets the number plan identification bits of the Type of Address field of the 
! TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element to National, which is used to identify 
! the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:RADDress:TYPE

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the Type of Number bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-RA (Recipient Address) header element, used to identify the sender of the message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | INATional | NATional | NETWork | SUBScriber | ALPHa | ABBReviated | REServed

Query

Range: UNKN | INAT | NAT | NETW | SUBS | ALPH | ABBR | RES

*RST Setting

UNKN
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.10 and above.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: G.00.00 and above.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RADDress:TYPE SUBScriber" 
! Sets the Type of Number bits of the Type of Address field of the TP-RA (Recipient Address) 
! header element to `Suscriber', which is used to identify the sender of the message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:RPATh

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-RP (Reply Path) header element.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0 | 1
0: A reply path does not exist
1: A reply path exists

Query

0 | 1

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RPATh 1" 
! Configures the TP-RP (Rely Path) header element to indicate the existence of a reply path.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:SADDress

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the RP Originating Address header element, used to identify the originating SMS Service Center address for MT transfer.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of BCD digits 0-9, the symbols * and #, and the lower case characters a, b, c, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: A.10 adds the value `f'.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: F.00.27 and above.A.09 and above with required feature license.

Revision: G.00.00 adds the value `f'.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SADDress "abc" " 
! Changes the SMSC Address to abc.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:SADDress:HEXadecimal

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the RP Originating Address header element, used to identify the originating SMS Service Center address for MT transfer.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ASCII string of Hex digits 0-9, the symbols *, #, and +, and the letters a, b, c, and f.
Range: 2 to 20 characters

Query

ASCII string

*RST Setting

"8960"

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.10 and above.

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: G.00.00 and above.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SADDress:HEXadecimal "abc"" 
! Changes the SMSC Address to abc.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:SADDress:PLAN

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the RP Originating Address plan header element, used to identify the plan associated with the SMSC Address.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | ISDN | DATA | TELex | PRIVate | NATional

Query

Range: UNKN | ISDN | DATA | TEL | PRIV | NAT

*RST Setting

UNKN

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: F.00.27 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SADDress:PLAN NATional" 
! Sets the SMSC Address plan to National.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:SADDress:TYPE

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the RP Originating Address type header element, used to identify the type of the SMSC address setting.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: UNKNown | INATional | NATional | NETWork | SUBScriber

Query

Range: UNKN | INAT | NAT | NETW | SUBS

*RST Setting

UNKN
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: F.00.27 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SADDress:TYPE SUBScriber" 
! Sets the SMSC Address type to Subscriber. 

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:SREPort

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-SRI (Status Report Indication) header element, used to indicate to the mobile station that a status report was requested for this message by the sender.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0 | 1
0: Status report not requested
1: Status report requested

Query

0 | 1

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SREPort 1" 
! Sets the state of the TP-SRI (Status Report Indication) header element to 1, which is used to
! indicate that the mobile station should send a status report to the test set.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:STATus

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-ST (Status) header element, used to describe the status of the previously originated mobile SMS.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: 0 to 255

Query

Range: 0 to 255

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:STATus 30" 
! Sets the TP-ST (Status) header element to 30, which is used to describe the status of 
! the previously originated mobile SMS.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:UDHind

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Configures the TP-UDHI (User Data Header Indication) header element. The TP-UDHI is used to indicate that the user data sent to the mobile station contains header information. This command is used when binary or concatenated messages are sent, but not with simple text messages.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0 | 1
0: Content does not include header
1: Content includes header

Query

0 | 1

*RST Setting

0

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:UDHind 1" 
! Sets the TP-UDHI (User Data Header Indication) header element to 1, which is used to indicate 
! that the user data sent to the mobile station does contain header information.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:RCAuse?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the reject cause value when a mobile terminated message is rejected by the mobile station. If the last message sent to the mobile station was not rejected, NAN is returned for the reject cause value. If the last message sent to the mobile station was rejected, this query returns the decimal value of the reject cause.

EGPRS LA

Query

Range: 0 to 255 (decimal) See Reject Cause
and 9.91 E+37 (NAN)

*RST Setting

9.91 E+37 (NAN)

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:RCAuse?" 
! Queries the reject cause decimal value when a mobile terminated message is rejected by the 
! mobile station. If the last message sent to the mobile was not rejected, the query returns NAN.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:SEND[:IMMediate]

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA Sends a Point to Point SMS message.
EGPRS LA
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SEND" 
! Sends a Point to Point SMS message .

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:SEND:STATe?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the state of the last message sent to the mobile station.

EGPRS LA

Query

Range: IDLE | SEND | ACK | NACK | REJ | FAIL
IDLE: No message has been sent
SEND: Message send in progress
ACK: Message acknowledged by mobile station
NACK: Message was not acknowledged by mobile station and send timed out
REJ: Message was rejected by the mobile station
FAIL: Message could not be sent

*RST Setting

IDLE

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:SEND:STATe?" 
! Queries the state of the last message sent to the mobile station. .

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:TEXT

   
NOTE
This command has been replaced by CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:CONTents .

   

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This selects the message to be sent.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: TXT1|TXT2|CUSTom

Query

Range: TXT1|TXT2|CUST

*RST Setting

TXT1

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:TEXT:CUSTom

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This sets the text of the custom message to be sent.

EGPRS LA

Setting

String: 7 bit ACSII characters up to 160 characters in length in quotes.

Query

String: 7 bit ACSII characters up to 160 characters in length.

*RST Setting

"Enter your text here"
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TEXT:CUSTom `Hello World'"

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:TRANsport

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Selects the transportation mechanism to be used.

EGPRS LA

Setting

Range: GPRS|GSM

Query

Range: GPRS|GSM

*RST Setting

GPRS

Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TRANsport GSM" 
! Selects GSM to be the transportation mechanism used.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:TYPE

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Sets the type of SMS message sent from the test set to the mobile station.

EGPRS LA

Setting

DELiver | SUBReport | STATReport

Query

DEL | SUBR |STATR

*RST Setting

DELiver
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TYPE" 
! Sets the type of SMS message sent from the test set to the mobile station to DELiver.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated][:MESSage]:TYPE:SUBReport:RPTYpe

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Sets the RP type to use when sending an SMS-SUBMIT-REPORT message from the test set to the mobile station.

EGPRS LA

Setting

ERRor | ACK

Query

ERR | ACK

*RST Setting

ACK
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TYPE:SUBReport:RPTYpe ACK" 
! Sets the RP type to `ACK' to use when sending an SMS-SUBMIT-REPORT message from the test set 
! to the mobile station.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:TXT1?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This queries the fixed Text Message 1.

EGPRS LA

Query

Returns a string.

*RST Setting

"0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TXT1" 
! This queries the fixed Text Message 1.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:TXT2?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

This queries the fixed Text Message 2.

EGPRS LA

Query

Returns a string.

*RST Setting

"Agilent Technologies, your partner in wireless solutions"
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example:

 
OUTPUT 714;"CALL:SMService:PTPoint:TXT2?" 
! This queries the fixed Text Message 2.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:LOOPback

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Enables the loopback of a point-to-point message. The message is sent to the mobile station with the same parameters as the most recently received text message.

EGPRS LA

Setting

0|OFF|1|ON

Query

0|1

*RST setting

0
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:LOOPback ON" 
! Enable loopback of a point to point message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:CLEar[:ALL]

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Clears all Received Message data. This includes Transport, Length, Format, Contents, Text, Destination Address, Message Count, More Messages to Send Indication, Data Coding Scheme, User Data Header Indication, User Data Header Length, Status Report Request, and Message Reference.

Empties the message queue if it is enabled.

Clears the mobile terminated send state (See CALL:SMService:PTPoint[:MTERminated]:SEND:STATe? ).

EGPRS LA
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above; Revision D.01 extends this command to include emptying the message queue if it is enabled and also clearing the following message information: Contents, More Messages to Send Indication, Data Coding Scheme, User Data Header Indication, User Data Header Length, Status Report Request, and Message Reference.

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:CLEar" 
! Clears all Received Message Data.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:CONTents?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the contents of the last mobile originated message and returns the raw message content.

EGPRS LA
Query Returns an ASCII formatted string of hexadecimal characters.
Range: 0 to 280 characters

*RST setting

Empty string.
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:CONTents?" 
! Returns the raw content of the last mobile originates message.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:COUNt?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the number of messages received by the test set.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 255
Resolution: 1

*RST setting

0
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:COUNt?" 
! Returns the number of messages received by the test set.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:DCSCheme?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Data Coding Scheme (TP-DCS) of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 255 or 9.91E+37 (NAN)
Resolution: 1

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:DCSCheme?" 
! Queries the Data Coding Scheme of the last message received by the test set or the current 
! message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:DESTination?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the destination address of the last SMS message received by the test set.

EGPRS LA
Query Returns a string.

*RST setting

"" (null string)
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:DESTination?" 
! Queries the destination address of the last SMS message received by the test set.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:FORMat?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Last Received Message Format.

EGPRS LA

Query

ASC|BIN|UCS2|INV|UNKN

ASC: 7 bit ASCII string
BIN: Binary data
UCS2: Unicode Character Set 2
INV: Invalid (returned when no messages have been received
UNKN: Unknown message format

*RST setting

INV
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:FORMat?" 
! Queries the Last Received Message Format.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:LENGth?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Last Received Message Length.

EGPRS LA
Query Returns a number value or 9.91E+37 (NAN).

ASCII - the number of characters in the ASCII text message
Binary/UCS2 - the number of octets of data in the message
No message received - NAN

*RST setting

9.91E37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:LENGth?" 
! Queries the Last Received Message Length.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:MREFerence?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Message Reference (TP-MR) of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 255 or 9.91E+37 (NAN)

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:MREFerence?" 
! Queries the Message Reference (TP-MR) of the last message received by the test set or 
! the current message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:PIDentifier?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Protocol Identifier (TP-PID) of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 255 or 9.91E+37 (NAN)

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:PIDentifier?" 
! Queries the Protocol Identifier (TP-PID) of the last message received by the test set or 
! the current message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:SRRequest?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the Status Report Request (TP-SRR) of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query 0 | 1 | 9.91E+37 (NAN)

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:SRRequest?" 
! Queries the Status Report Request (TP-SRR) of the last message received by the test set 
! or the current message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:TEXT?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the text from the last SMS message received by the test set.

EGPRS LA
Query Returns a string.

*RST setting

"" (null string)
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:TEXT?" 
! Queries the text from the last SMS message received by the test set.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:UDHind?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the User Data Header Indication (TP-UDHI) of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query 0 | 1 | 9.91E+37 (NAN)

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:UDHind?" 
! Queries the User Data Header Indication (TP-UDHI) of the last message received by the test set 
! or the current message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:UDHLength?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the User Data Header Length of the last message received by the test set or the current message available in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 140 bytes or 9.91E+37 (NAN)

*RST setting

9.91E+37
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:UDHLength?" 
! Queries the User Data Header Length of the last message received by the test set or 
! the current message available in the message queue.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue[:STATe]

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA Enables SMS message queuing. This causes the test set to put received SMS-SUBMIT messages into a queue instead of overwriting existing messages.
EGPRS LA

Setting

0|OFF|1|ON
Query Range: 0|1
*RST Setting 0
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue 1" 
! Enables SMS message queuing. This causes the test set to put received SMS-SUBMIT 
! messages into a queue instead of overwriting existing messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue:COUNt?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the current number of SMS messages held in the message queue.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: 0 to 255
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue:COUNt?" 
! Enables SMS message queuing. This causes the test set to put received SMS-SUBMIT 
! messages into a queue instead of overwriting existing messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue:NEXT

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Extracts the next message in the queue, making it available for query. Sending this command clears the previously available message results.

EGPRS LA
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:QUEue:NEXT" 
! Enables SMS message queuing. This causes the test set to put received SMS-SUBMIT 
! messages into a queue instead of overwriting existing messages.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:REPort:MODE:STATus

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Sets/queries the method used to send Status Reports.

EGPRS LA
Setting AUTO | MANual
Query AUTO | MAN
*RST Setting AUTO
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:REPort:MODE:STATus MANual" 
! Sets/queries the method used to send Status Reports to Manual.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:REPort:MODE:SUBMit

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Sets/queries the method used to send Submit Reports.

EGPRS LA
Setting AUTO | MANual
Query AUTO | MAN
*RST Setting AUTO
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: D.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:REPort:MODE:SUBMit AUTO" 
! Sets/queries the method used to send Submit Reports to Auto.

CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated[:MESSage]:TRANsport?

Function

GSM TA

This command is not applicable to the GSM Test Application.
GPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the GPRS Test Application.

EGPRS TA

This command is not applicable to the EGPRS Test Application.

GSM/GPRS LA

Queries the reported transportation mechanism used by the mobile station when it originates a point-to-point SMS message.

EGPRS LA
Query Range: INV|GSM|GPRS

INV: Invalid (returned when no messages have been received by the test set)
GSM: GSM protocol layers were used
GPRS: GPRS protocol layers were used
*RST Setting INV
Requirements

GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS TA

Revision: A.09 and above with required feature license.
GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS LA

Revision: C.01 and above

Programming Example

 
OUTPUT 714; "CALL:SMService:PTPoint:MORiginated:TRANsport?" 
! Queries the reported transportation mechanism used by the mobile station when it 
! originates a point-to-point SMS message.