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Hi, sburck:
    But I don't think display in mobile phone is bitmap.
    Because I have a paper describe the character set. like the text below:
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6.2  Alphabet tables
This section provides tables for all the alphabets to be supported by SMS. The default alphabet is mandatory. Additional alphabets are optional. Irrespective of support of an individual alphabet, a MS shall have the ability to store a short message coded in any alphabet on the SIM.

6.2.1 Default alphabet
Bits per character:   7
SMS User Data Length meaning: Number of characters
CBS/USSD pad character:   CR
Character table:
   00 : @
   01 : a character like delta
   03 : 0
   04 : a reversed !
   ........
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sburckCommented:
This answer is for the points, but reading the description with 7 bits per character, the character set is only 128 characters, which doesn't look like a Windows TTF font.  If you can send me the full description, maybe I can help you out, I've programmed lots of bitmapped displays, from 2x16 alphanumeric to 128x128 graphic ones.
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tiger2000Author Commented:
can u give me a fax number?
Because I only have paper...
Please add international number.
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sburckCommented:
I'll give you my fax at home, but it's not always turned on.  I'll turn in on all day tomorrow here (Israel).  The number's
+972-2-5369010.
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sburckCommented:
Tiger -

I got a couple of voice messages and an empty fax from you - try again anytime now - I've turned off the voicemail and set the answer mode to 'fax only', so that you just send the fax directly.
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tiger2000Author Commented:
hi, sburck:

   I cannot send fax to you. I'm tring several times but when the transfer begining it always says NO ANSWER.
I don't know why...
maybe I'll send you using another fax tomorrow. or I'll scan the paper into jpg then mail to u...

Tiger
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sburckCommented:
That sounds good - the email is sburck@netvision.net.il or steve@supercom.co.il


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tiger2000Author Commented:
Hi, sburck
   I have sent a zip file to u. sburck@netvision.net.il
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sburckCommented:
I'll look over it over the weekend and send you what I can understand from it.
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tiger2000Author Commented:
Ok, I'll waiting for your good news.
Thanks a lot!
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sburckCommented:
I've looked at it, and what I can see from the two pages looks like this:

There is a fixed 127 character alphabet.
There is a user-defined 127 character alphabet.

If a character exists in the user-defined area, it is used, otherwise the fixed characters are used.

There's not enough information in the two pages to say more, but almost certainly these are not TTF fonts.

If you have any more information, like a PDF file defining the interface, send it to the same address.
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