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3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 1 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. RTS TSGC 0127007vb80, GSM LTE UMTS, 650 Route des Lucioles. F 06921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex FRANCE, Tel 33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax 33 4 93 65 47 16. Siret N 348 623 562 00017 NAF 742 C, Association but non lucratif enregistr e la. Sous Pr fecture de Grasse 06 N 7803 88, Important notice. Individual copies of the present document can be downloaded from. http www etsi org, The present document may be made available in more than one electronic version or in print In any case of existing or.
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3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 2 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. Intellectual Property Rights, IPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI The information. pertaining to these essential IPRs if any is publicly available for ETSI members and non members and can be found. in ETSI SR 000 314 Intellectual Property Rights IPRs Essential or potentially Essential IPRs notified to ETSI in. respect of ETSI standards which is available from the ETSI Secretariat Latest updates are available on the ETSI Web. server http ipr etsi org, Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy no investigation including IPR searches has been carried out by ETSI No guarantee. can be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in ETSI SR 000 314 or the updates on the ETSI Web. server which are or may be or may become essential to the present document. This Technical Specification TS has been produced by ETSI 3rd Generation Partnership Project 3GPP. The present document may refer to technical specifications or reports using their 3GPP identities UMTS identities or. GSM identities These should be interpreted as being references to the corresponding ETSI deliverables. The cross reference between GSM UMTS 3GPP and ETSI identities can be found under. http webapp etsi org key queryform asp, 3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 3 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. Intellectual Property Rights 2, Foreword 2, Foreword 9. 1 Scope 10, 2 References 11, 3 Definitions and abbreviations 17.
3 1 Definitions 17, 3 2 Abbreviations 17, 4 AT command syntax 18. 4 0 General 18, 4 1 Command line 18, 4 2 Information responses and result codes 19. 4 3 ITU T Recommendation V 250 14 TE TA interface commands 19. 5 General commands 20, 5 0 General 20, 5 1 Request manufacturer identification CGMI 20. 5 2 Request model identification CGMM 21, 5 3 Request revision identification CGMR 21. 5 4 Request product serial number identification CGSN 22. 5 5 Select TE character set CSCS 22, 5 6 Request international mobile subscriber identity CIMI 23.
5 7 Multiplexing mode CMUX 24, 5 8 ITU T Recommendaton V 250 14 generic TA control commands 26. 5 9 PCCA STD 101 17 select wireless network WS46 26. 5 10 Informative examples 27, 6 Call control commands and methods 28. 6 0 General 28, 6 1 Select type of address CSTA 28. 6 2 ITU T Recommendation V 250 14 dial command D 29. 6 3 Direct dialling from phonebooks 29, 6 4 Call mode CMOD 31. 6 4A Voice call mode CVMOD 31, 6 5 Hangup call CHUP 32.
6 6 Alternating mode call control method 32, 6 7 Select bearer service type CBST 34. 6 8 Radio link protocol CRLP 36, 6 9 Service reporting control CR 37. 6 10 Extended error report CEER 38, 6 11 Cellular result codes CRC 39. 6 12 HSCSD device parameters CHSD 40, 6 13 HSCSD transparent call configuration CHST 41. 6 14 HSCSD non transparent call configuration CHSN 42. 6 15 HSCSD current call parameters CHSC 42, 6 16 HSCSD parameters report CHSR 43.
6 17 HSCSD automatic user initiated upgrading CHSU 44. 6 18 HSCSD non transparent asymmetry configuration CHSA 44. 6 19 Single numbering scheme CSNS 45, 6 20 Voice hangup control CVHU 46. 6 21 CCITT V 120 36 rate adaption protocol CV120 46. 6 22 Settings date format CSDF 47, 6 23 Silence command CSIL 48. 6 24 Settings time format CSTF 49, 3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 4 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. 6 25 ITU T Recommendation V 250 14 call control commands 50. 6 26 ITU T Recommendation V 250 14 data compression commands 50. 6 27 Initiate eCall CECALL 50, 6 28 Informative examples 51. 7 Network service related commands 52, 7 0 General 52.
7 1 Subscriber number CNUM 52, 7 2 Network registration CREG 53. 7 3 PLMN selection COPS 55, 7 4 Facility lock CLCK 57. 7 5 Change password CPWD 59, 7 6 Calling line identification presentation CLIP 59. 7 7 Calling line identification restriction CLIR 61. 7 8 Connected line identification presentation COLP 62. 7 9 Called line identification presentation CDIP 63. 7 10 Closed user group CCUG 64, 7 11 Call forwarding number and conditions CCFC 65. 7 12 Call waiting CCWA 66, 7 13 Call related supplementary services CHLD 68.
7 14 Call deflection CTFR 69, 7 15 Unstructured supplementary service data CUSD 69. 7 16 Advice of charge CAOC 71, 7 17 Supplementary service notifications CSSN 72. 7 18 List current calls CLCC 73, 7 19 Preferred PLMN list CPOL 75. 7 20 Selection of preferred PLMN list CPLS 77, 7 21 Read operator names COPN 77. 7 22 eMLPP priority registration and interrogation CAEMLPP 78. 7 23 eMLPP subscriptions CPPS 78, 7 24 Fast call setup conditions CFCS 79.
7 25 Automatic answer for eMLPP service CAAP 79, 7 26 User to user signalling service 1 CUUS1 80. 7 27 Preferred network indication CPNET 82, 7 28 Preferred network status CPNSTAT 82. 7 29 Current packet switched bearer CPSB 83, 7 30 Calling name identification presentation CNAP 84. 7 31 Connected line identification restriction status COLR 85. 7 32 Service specific access control restriction status CSSAC 86. 7 33 Network emergency bearer services support CNEM 88. 7 34 Enhanced closed user group CECUG 89, 7 35 Communication forwarding number and conditions with URI support CCFCU 91. 7 36 Informative examples 93, 8 Mobile termination control and status commands 94.
8 0 General 94, 8 1 Phone activity status CPAS 95, 8 2 Set phone functionality CFUN 96. 8 3 Enter PIN CPIN 97, 8 4 Battery charge CBC 98, 8 5 Signal quality CSQ 99. 8 6 Mobile termination control mode CMEC 100, 8 7 Keypad control CKPD 101. 8 8 Display control CDIS 102, 8 9 Indicator control CIND 103. 8 10 Mobile termination event reporting CMER 104, 8 11 Select phonebook memory storage CPBS 106.
8 12 Read phonebook entries CPBR 108, 8 13 Find phonebook entries CPBF 109. 8 14 Write phonebook entry CPBW 111, 8 15 Clock CCLK 112. 8 16 Alarm CALA 113, 3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 5 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. 8 17 Generic SIM access CSIM 114, 8 18 Restricted SIM access CRSM 115. 8 19 Secure control command CSCC 116, 8 20 Alert sound mode CALM 117.
8 21 Ringer sound level CRSL 117, 8 22 Vibrator mode CVIB 118. 8 23 Loudspeaker volume level CLVL 118, 8 24 Mute control CMUT 119. 8 25 Accumulated call meter CACM 120, 8 26 Accumulated call meter maximum CAMM 120. 8 27 Price per unit and currency table CPUC 121, 8 28 Call meter maximum event CCWE 121. 8 29 Power class CPWC 122, 8 30 Set language CLAN 123.
8 31 Language event CLAE 124, 8 32 Set greeting text CSGT 124. 8 33 Set voice mail number CSVM 125, 8 34 Ring melody control CRMC 126. 8 35 Ring melody playback CRMP 127, 8 36 Master reset CMAR 127. 8 37 List all available AT commands CLAC 128, 8 38 Delete alarm CALD 128. 8 39 Postpone or dismiss an alarm CAPD 129, 8 40 Automatic time zone update CTZU 129.
8 41 Time zone reporting CTZR 130, 8 42 Enter protocol mode CPROT 131. 8 43 Generic UICC logical channel access CGLA 132, 8 44 Restricted UICC logical channel access CRLA 133. 8 45 Open logical channel CCHO 134, 8 46 Close logical channel CCHC 135. 8 47 EAP authentication CEAP 135, 8 48 EAP retrieve parameters CERP 137. 8 49 UICC application discovery CUAD 137, 8 50 Mobile originated location request CMOLR 138.
8 51 Backlight CBKLT 142, 8 52 Command touch screen action CTSA 143. 8 53 Command screen orientation CSO 145, 8 54 Command screen size CSS 147. 8 54A Command display screen boundary CDSB 148, 8 55 Positioning control CPOS 148. 8 56 Positioning reporting CPOSR 164, 8 57 Mobile terminated location request notification CMTLR 166. 8 58 Mobile terminated location request disclosure allowance CMTLRA 167. 8 59 Battery capacity CBCAP 167, 8 60 Battery connection status CBCON 168.
8 61 Battery charger status CBCHG 169, 8 62 Printing IP address format CGPIAF 170. 8 63 IMS single radio voice call continuity CISRVCC 171. 8 64 IMS network reporting CIREP 172, 8 65 Remaining PIN retries CPINR 173. 8 66 Set card slot CSUS 174, 8 67 Emergency numbers CEN 174. 8 68 Availability for voice calls with IMS CAVIMS 175. 8 69 Extended signal quality CESQ 176, 8 70 Primary notification event reporting CPNER 178. 8 71 IMS registration information CIREG 179, 8 72 Availability for SMS using IMS CASIMS 180.
8 73 Monitor of current calls CMCCS 180, 8 74 List of current calls CLCCS 186. 8 75 Informative examples 189, 9 Mobile termination errors 193. 3GPP TS 27 007 version 11 8 0 Release 11 6 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10. 9 1 Report mobile termination error CMEE 193, 9 1a Report mobile originated location request error CMOLRE 193. 9 2 Mobile termination error result code CME ERROR 194. 9 2 0 General 194, 9 2 1 General errors 194, 9 2 2 GPRS and EPS related errors 195. 9 2 2 1 Errors related to a failure to perform an attach 195. 9 2 2 2 Errors related to a failure to activate a context 196. 9 2 2 3 Errors related to a failure to disconnect a PDN 196. 9 2 2 4 Other GPRS errors 196, 9 2 3 VBS VGCS and eMLPP related errors 196.
9 3 Mobile termination error result code CMOLRE 197. 9 3 1 General 197, 9 3 2 Errors 197, 9 4 Informative examples 197. 10 Commands for packet domain 198, 10 0 General 198. 10 1 Commands specific to MTs supporting the packet domain 198. 10 1 0 General remark about EPS bearer contexts and PDP contexts 198. 10 1 1 Define PDP context CGDCONT 200, 10 1 2 Define secondary PDP context CGDSCONT 202. 10 1 3 Traffic flow template CGTFT 204, 10 1 4 Quality of service profile requested CGQREQ 206. 10 1 5 Quality of service profile minimum acceptable CGQMIN 208. 10 1 6 3G quality of service profile requested CGEQREQ 209. 10 1 7 3G quality of service profile minimum acceptable CGEQMIN 212. 10 1 8 3G quality of service profile negotiated CGEQNEG 216. 10 1 9 PS attach or detach CGATT 218, 10 1 10 PDP context activate or deactivate CGACT 218.
10 1 11 PDP context modify CGCMOD 219, 10 1 12 Enter data state CGDATA 220. 10 1 13 Configure local octet stream PAD parameters CGCLOSP Obsolete 222. 10 1 14 Show PDP address es CGPADDR 222, 10 1 15 Automatic response to a network request for PDP context activation CGAUTO 223. 10 1 16 Manual response to a network request for PDP context activation CGANS 224. 10 1 17 GPRS mobile station class CGCLASS 225, 10 1 18 Configure local triple X PAD parameters CGCLPAD GPRS only Obsolete 226. 10 1 19 Packet domain event reporting CGEREP 226, 10 1 20 GPRS network registration status CGREG 230. 10 1 21 Select service for MO SMS messages CGSMS 232. 10 1 22 EPS network registration status CEREG 232, 10 1 23 PDP context read dynamic parameters CGCONTRDP 234.
10 1 24 Secondary PDP context read dynamic parameters CGSCONTRDP 236. 10 1 25 Traffic flow template read dynamic parameters CGTFTRDP 237. 10 1 26 Define EPS quality of service CGEQOS 238, 10 1 27 EPS quality of service read dynamic parameters CGEQOSRDP 239. 10 1 28 UE modes of operation for EPS CEMODE 240, 10 1 29 Delete non active PDP contexts CGDEL 241. 10 1 30 Signalling connection status CSCON 242, 10 1 31 Define PDP context authentication parameters CGAUTH 243. 10 1 32 Initial PDP context activation CIPCA 244, 10 1 33 No more PS data CNMPSD 244. 10 1 34 UE s usage setting for EPS CEUS 245, 10 1 35 UE s Voice Domain Preference E UTRAN CEVDP 245.
10 1 36 UE s Voice Domain Preference UTRAN CVDP 246. 10 1 37 UE s Mobility Management IMS Voice Termination CMMIVT 247. 10 1 38 Power Preference Indication for EPS CEPPI 247. 4 ETSI TS 127 007 V11 8 0 2013 10 6 25 ITU T Recommendation V 250 14 call control commands 102 8 9 Indicator control CIND

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