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mscomm At commands

Posted on 2004-04-27
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Please help me!!

1.How do i send the following settings to the modem from mscomm control;
setting = 300,n,8,1
2.Is it really necessary to install a modem driver to do certain configarations?
3.Some of the AT commands i saw on this web site are not followed by chr$(13)-when do i have to use this character?

I will appreciate your assistance.



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1. MsComm1.Settings = "300, N, 8, 1"
2. It's unlikely. Nearly all moden modems are Hayes-compatible, though some 'software' modems may require drivers.
3. You should add a CR (carriage return) to all AT commands to signal the end of the command
 
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