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Send/Receive SMS with Borland C++ Builder

Posted on 2003-11-19
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Hi All,

I would like to write an application in Borland C++ Builder which can send and receive sms from a GSM module via AT commands. My GSM module is based on the Siemens MC35 GSM module. It is pluged over serial port (RS232) to the computer with GPS/GSM Evalation kit.

I have had a look in the internet and some forums but I could not find something useful.

Do you know any sources such as internet tutorials or good book where I can find information about it? I am mainly interested in how can I open a comport? What kind of data goes through (ASCII, binary)? How can I realise to send and receive the AT-Commands?

Thanks for your support

Regards,
Ronald
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Since you work with bcb try the comport component from the following :
http://www.winsoft.sk
Its very easy to use it..
Shareware but you can have results VERY soon.

gtokas
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