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I have itegno serial modem WM1080 A+, in the Hyper Terminal
AT&V
Q:0 V:1 S0:002 S2:043 S3:013 S4:010 S5:008
+CR:0 +CRC:0 +CMEE:1 +CBST:7,0,1
+SPEAKER:1 +ECHO:0,1 &C:1 &D:0 %C:0
+IPR:9600 +ICF:3,4 +IFC:2,2

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can you help me for this information, did you knowm what are AT commands in used?
please help me, thank you.
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I am assuming you want to know what the AT commands are that you posted, right?

AT=Attention command, prefixes every command you send to the modem.

Q:0=Allows result codes to be sent to your screen

V:1=Displays result messages as English words

S0:002=Number of rings to auto answer

S2:043=Escape Character

S3:013=Line-termination character

S4:010=Line-feed character

S5:008=Backspace character

+CR:0=Service reporting control

+CRC:0=Cellular result codes

+CMEE:1=Error messages displayed in numeric format

+CBST:7,0,1=Analog, v.32, 9.6kbps, non-transparent

+SPEAKER:1=Turns speaker on

+ECHO:0,1=Echo Cancellation

&C:1=Track status of carrier detect signal.

&D:0=Status of DTR signal is ignored

%C:0=Disables data compression.

+IPR:9600=Sets modem to a data rate of 9600

+ICF:3,4=DTE-DCE local flow control

+ICF:2,2=DTE-DCE local flow control

That is the best I can do at defining these. They may or may not be 100% accurate as nobody really follows the Hayes AT command set anymore and each modem has it's own special set of commands.

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