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user99293

Member since Apr 2019 • Last active May 2019
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    When I took the ammeter out the program worked flawless.

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    I've just turned on the modem, and sent AT, but sometimes it fails because of those messages.

    Shouldn't it be sent only on turning modem up?

    var gprs;
    Bluetooth.setConsole(true);
    var at;
    console.log("Turning Cell on");
    require("iTracker").setCellOn(true, function(usart) {
      console.log("Waiting 30 sec for GPRS connection");
      at = require('AT').connect(usart);
      at.debug();
    });
    >
    Turning Cell on
    Waiting 30 sec for GPRS connection
    ] "\r"
    ] "\nRDY\r\n"
    ] "\r\n+"
    ] "PACSP1\r\n"
    ] "\r\nR"
    ] "DY\r\n"
    ] "\r\n+"
    ] "PACSP1\r\n"
    ] "AT\r"
    ] "\r\nOK\r\n"
    >at.cmd("AT\r\n")
    ["AT\r\n"
    =undefined
    ] "\r\nR"
    ] "DY\r\n"
    ] "\r\n+"
    ] "PACSP1\r\n"
    ] "\r\nR"
    ] "DY\r\n"
    ] "\r\n+"
    ] "PACSP1\r\n"
    

    I can't connect to the network anymore.

    It only happens when the SIM card is present.
    What do i do?

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    Thanks @Gordon,

    Yes, By serial I mean over Bluetooth. I'm really not sure what's happening.

    RDY is sent when ME initialization is successful. But I never received it before, now i'm wondering, in the GSM/GPRS example, there is a wait of 30 seconds before connecting to GSM.

    var gprs;
    console.log("Turning Cell on");
    require("iTracker").setCellOn(true, function(usart) {
      console.log("Waiting 30 sec for GPRS connection");
      setTimeout(function() {
         // ...
     },30000);
    

    Is it really necessary? Because I ain't doing it.
    Should I wait that long before registering to the network?

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    Hey guys,

    everything works fine until some point.
    Then It starts dumping tons of RDY and +PACSP1 on serial that was meant for modem.
    And when it does, there is nothing i can do to stop it, not even reseting the board... I mean, it stops while the modem is down, but once i bring it up it won't stop until i reset the board.

    I do have setConsole set on init. I also run it after boot, this isn't helping.

    Bluetooth.setConsole(true);
    

    I can't run a simple AT command.
    Have you guys seen that behaviour before?

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