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1ri-Band uM13/3UPA 850/1900/2100 Mhz


uad Band 03M 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
Control via A1 Commands
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July 2001
ETM Pacific Pty Ltd
ETM9800-HSDPA
Quick Start Guide
R5bPA,G5M,GPR5 1ermlnal Gulde
Available from
ESIS Pty Ltd
Ph 02 9481 7420
Fax 02 9481 7267 www.esis.com.au
PO Box 450, Pennant Hills NSW 2120
ESIS Pty Ltd
Ph 02 9481 7420 www.esis.com.au
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TabIe of Contents
ETM Terminal Block Diagram Page 2
Overview Page 4
nterfaces Page 4
Power supply Page 5
USB Port Page 6
Serial (RS232) Port Page 7
Antenna Page 8
SM Card Page 8
ndicator Lights Page 9
nstallation via Serial Port Page 10
nstallation via USB Page 11
Common AT Commands Page 16
Trouble Shooting Page 16
Abbreviations for UMTS/GPRS/GSM Page 18
Contact ETM Page 20

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The ETM9800 is an industrial terminal designed for Machine to
Machine operations. t incorporates the Siemens HC25 HSDPA
Wireless Module which has Tri-band UMTS/HSDPA, Quad-Band
GSM/GPRS/EDGE capability. The ETM9800 has the versatility to
operate on virtually any GSM or UMTS network. The HSDPA
capability means that the ETM9800 can download at speeds up
to 3.6 Mbit/s*. The ETM9800 is perfect for replacing legacy
CDMA modems. Typical applications are:
Security;
Automated Meter Reading (Telemetry);
nterface to data acquisition/data logging systems;
Broadcasting/updating multi media files;
nterfacing with alarm and control applications.

lnterfaces lnterfaces lnterfaces lnterfaces
The following interfaces are available on the ETM9800 Terminal:

Connector for the plug-in power supply unit.
USB "B Socket
RS232 interface (V.24/V.28 on the D-Sub socket)
Antenna connector FME (male)
Mini-SM card holder

*Depends on network capability at any particular time.

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The ETM9800 power interface is via a 6 pin RJ12 connector with
the following pin allocations. First release (July 2007) only Pins
1 and 6 are active.




Pin Function
1 Power Supply.
2 /O Pin. /O8 Digital /O ,nterrupt (Counting), also
wake up pin when in Sleep mode
3 Flash Download Activation. Connect to GND to acti-
vate internal Bootloader.
4 /O Pin. /O9, Digital /O ,nterrupt(Counting)
5 /O Pin. /O10, Digital /O and Analogue nput
6 GND
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U5B Pert
The USB Port features a USB "B Socket. The interface is USB
full speed (12 Mbps). While the USB Port is active the device will
not enter sleep mode. The Serial port will not operate while the
USB port is active. The USB Port interfaces directly with the
HC25 Module (see block diagram page 2), bypassing the MCU.











Pin Function
1 VBUS
2 D-
3 D+
4 GND
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5erlal (R5232) Pert
The RS232 Port is the interface for the application software and
connection to the PC. AT commands are used to communicate
with the terminal. The RS232 interface is implemented as a 9-pin
D-Sub socket with a screw fitting. Please see the diagram and
table below for specific pin allocations.



1 DCD Out
2 RXD Out
3 TXD n
4 DTR n
5 GND
6 DSR Out
7 RTS n
8 CTS Out
9 RNG Out
PN Function
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Antenna
The ETM9800 Terminal has a standard FME (male) Antenna
Plug on the end of a 6CM cable.
Special models are available with an SMA Female plug connec-
tor.


5lM Card
There is a SM card connector on the bottom side of the
ETM9800 Terminal. You
need a valid SM (USM
for 3G) card to operate
the GSM/GPRS/UMTS/
HSDPA feature. t re-
quires a regular 3V SM
card.



lML Conneotor lML Conneotor lML Conneotor lML Conneotor
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lndlcater Llghts

RLU LLU mode (uM13) RLU LLU mode (uM13) RLU LLU mode (uM13) RLU LLU mode (uM13) lunotion lunotion lunotion lunotion
llashing
Lb flashes when the M ls reglstered te the UM15
netwerk and elther awake er ln ewer savlng state.
while the 31A1u31 signal is aotive the 31A1u30 signal
is inaotive.
0ff M ls net reglstered te the UM15 netwerk.
LLL0w LLU mode LLL0w LLU mode LLL0w LLU mode LLL0w LLU mode lunotion lunotion lunotion lunotion
500ms 0n / 500ms 0ff 3earohing for C25 Module.
0n when a u3B oonneotion is established with the C25.
0RLLN LLU mode (03M) 0RLLN LLU mode (03M) 0RLLN LLU mode (03M) 0RLLN LLU mode (03M) lunotion lunotion lunotion lunotion
500ms 0n / 500ms 0ff llashes at 1z and 50 duty oyole when the ML is
awake and not registered to any network.
2s 0n / 2s 0ff llashes at 0.25 z and appr. 50 duty oyole when the
ML is in power saving state and not registered to any
network. when the ML is in power saving state and not
registered, the flashing frequenoy may be less than
0.25z and the duty oyole may vary, for example be-
tween 45 and 55. 1hese variations are due to tran-
sitions from awake state to power saving state whioh
may ooour at the beginning of an LLU flashing period
(eg. at the beginning of a 1z or 0.25z flashing pe-
riod). ln the worst oase, the LLU will indioate a transi-
tion from awaketo power saving after 4s.
llashing LLU flashes when the ML is registered to the 03M
network and either awake or in power saving state.
while the 31A1u30 signal is aotive the 31A1u31 signal
is inaotive.
0ff ML is not registered to the 03M network.
R E D Y E L L O W G R E E N
E T M 9 8 0 0 S T A T U S L E D s
U M T S M C U S t a t u s G S M
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lnstallatlen lnstallatlen lnstallatlen lnstallatlen
lnstallatlen vla 5erlal Pert
1. You will need a serial cable to connect the RS232 inter-
face of the ETM9800. The other end will be connected to
serial COM port of your computer (a Serial/USB Adapter
may be used if you computer does not have a serial port).
2. Fit a suitable FME antenna to the antenna connector of
the ETM9800. (Or SMA Antenna if you have SMA Model)
3. nstall a data enabled SM card for enabled for 3G opera-
tion and ensure that the SM Card is suitable for your ap-
plication. The figures on page 8 illustrate how to open the
SM card holder, and how to place the SM card.
4. Connect the power supply. (The unit accepts a broad
range of voltages from 6- 35VDC)
5. The ETM9800 is pre configured as follows (this applies to
serial port onlyNo pre configuration if USB port used)
AT^SCFG="URC/DstIfc","usb0-mdm" (set modem interface to out-
put unsolicited result codes-URC).
AT&C1 (Set Data Carrier Detect (DCD) to ON only when data carrier
signal is present)
AT^SLED=2 (Set LED on terminal to Flash when the terminal is regis-
tered on the network).
AT&D0 (Set Terminal to ignore Data Terminal Ready status)
ATS0=2 (Enable automatic answering after 2 rings)
AT+CRC=1 (Set result codes for incoming calls to extended format).
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When installing via the USB Port your will need a USB type B ca-
ble. The USB interfaces directly with the HC25 Module (i.e. by-
passes the MCU). Upon connection to your computer and power-
ing the terminal you will be asked to install the drivers.
During the installation, the HC25 USB interface will be assigned
two virtual COM ports, one for the virtual modem port and one for
the virtual application port. Windows will automatically allocate
the next available COM port to each virtual interface.
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HC25 is installed as a composite device that comprises three virtual
devices, one by one added to your Windows XP system:

Siemens HC25 USB Com Port driver
Siemens HC25 Wireless Ethernet Adapter driver
Siemens HC25 HSDPA USB Modem driver

During the installation, the HC25 USB interface will be assigned
two virtual COM ports, one for the virtual modem port and one
for the virtual application port. Windows will automatically
allocate the next available COM port to each virtual interface.
Once the Connection Manager installation has completed
Windows detects the HC25 as a new USB composite device.
The Found New Hardware Wizard will start. Click
Next to
proceed with the installation of the
"Siemens HC25 USB Com Port
















The progress of the driver installation is indicated.
t is possible that there are up to 3 warn-ing messages
saying that the drivers are not digitally signed.
Please ignore the messages and press Continue anyway.




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Click Finish to complete the installation of the
"Siemens HC25 USB Com Port".
Now the installation of the "Siemens HC25 Wireless
Ethernet Adapter" will start. Click Next.

















The progress of the driver installation is indicated.
t is possible that there are up to 3 warning messages
saying that the drivers are not digitally signed. Please ignore the mes-
sages and press Continue anyway.
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Press Finish to complete the "Siemens HC25 Wireless
Ethernet Adapter" installation.













Now the installation of the "Siemens HC25 HSDPA USB
Modem" will start. Click Next.











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The progress of the driver installation is indicated.















t is possible that there are up to 3 warning messages
saying that the drivers are not digitally signed.
Please ignore the messages and press Continue anyway.


Cemmen A1 Cemmands
The Terminal is controlled and programmed by means of AT
commands. The AT command structure correspond to the Sie-
mens HC25 module used in this terminal. The AT commands
specification can be obtained from ETM Pacific by emailing
info@etmpacific.com.au or telephone +61 2 9956 7377.
Simple AT commands are illustrated below:
ATI = returns the module name and firmware version.
At+CPN=xxxx (this will allow you to input the SM Card PN Number)
AT+CSQ (will return current signal strength e.g. CSQ 8,99 where 8 is the signal 99 is
service quality).
ATDxxxxxxxxxx; (dial a voice call where xxx = number dialed (use area code) note
the ; on the end of the number this is mandatory for a voice call with the HC25 Module.
ATH to Hangup the call. (AT+CHUP to hang up a voice call)
AT&V will return the current settings for the terminal.
AT+IPR=XXXX (where XXXX=port speed) will change the port speed (e.g. AT+PR=2400
sets the port speed to 2400 bps). Please note that this command must not be entered by
manually typing into the terminal program window. t must be entered as a single com-
mand using ADD facility on Terminal 27 program or similar facility on Hyperterminal.
1reublesheetlng
SIM Pin not enteredthe device will not register with the net-
work until the SM Pin is entered. To enter a SM PN number
use the AT+CPN=xxxx command where xxxx = pin number.
UMTS or GSM SignaI Strength too low-some location/antenna
characteristics may prevent the unit from registering on the net-
work. Use AT+CSQ to evaluate signal strength. The first digit
must not be lower than 5 but ideally should be above 20 for good
signal strength. Think about changing location/antenna or both to
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optimize signal.

General 5eclflcatlens
3UPA 3.6 Mbps
1ri-Band uM13/3UPA (wCUMA/lUU) 850/1900/2100 Mz
uad-Band 03M 850/900/1800/1900 Mz
LU0L (L-0PR3) multi-slot olass 10
uM13/3UPA 30PP release 5
03M 30PP release 99
0utput power:
Class 4 (2 w) for 03M900
Class 3 (0.25 w) for uM13/3UPA
Class L2 (0.5 w) for LU0L900
Class L2 (0.4 w) for LU0L 1800
Class 1 (1 w) for 03M1800
Control via A1 Commands (ayes 30PP 13 27.007 and 27.005)
3lM Applioation 1oolkit (release 99)
3upply voltage range: +4.5 to +40v
Power oonsumption: 1BU
0perating 1emperatures: -20 deg C to +50 C
Uimensions: 105 x 56 x 25 mm
weight: 110g


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Abbrevlatlens UM15,G5M,GPR5 1erms
3G
3rd 0eneration Mobile 1elephone systems
APN Aooess Point Name
B3 Base 3tation
B13 Base 3tation 1ransoeiver
CUMA Code Uivision Multiple Aooess
C3U Cirouit 3witohed Uata
LU0L Lnhanoed Uata Rates for 0PR3
0LRAN 03M LU0L Radio aooess Network
0MM 0PR3 Mobility Management
0PR3 0eneral Paoket Radio 3ervioe
03M 0lobal 3ystem for Mobile Communioations
LR ome Looation Register
3C3U igh 3peed Cirouit 3witohed Uata
3UPA igh 3peed Uownlink Paoket Aooess
lMLl lnternational Mobile Lquipment ldentify
lM3l lnternational Mobile 3ubsoriber ldentity
lP lnternet Protoool
LCP Link Control Protoool
ML Mobile Lquipment
M0 Mobile 0riginated
M3 Mobile 3tation
M3C Mobile 3witohing Centre
M1 Mobile 1erminated
PUN Paoket Uata Network
PUP Paoket Uata Protoool
PUu Protoool Uata unit
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PPP Point-to-Point Protoool
P3 Paoket 3witohed
P3PUN Paoket 3witohed Publio Uata Network
P31N Publio 3witohed 1elephone Network
RAUlu3 Remote Authentioation Uial ln user 3ervioe
RAN Radio Aooess Network
R33l Remote 3ignal 3trength lndioator
303N 3erving 0PR3 3upport Node
3lM 03M 3ubsoriber ldentity Module
3lP 3ession lnitiated Protoool
3M3 3hort Message 3ervioe
3M3C 3hort Message 3ervioe Centre
1CP 1ransmission Control Protoool
uUP user Uatagram Protoool
uL user Lquipment
uM13 universal Mobile 1eleoommunioations 3ervioe
uRAN uM13 Radio Aooess Network
u3lM universal 3ubsoriber ldentity Module
u1RAN universal 1errestrial Radio Aooess Network
vLR visitor Looation Register
vPN virtual Private Network
wAP wireless Applioation Protoool
wCUMA wideband Code Uivision Multiple Aooess
www world wide web
PUP Paoket Uata Protoool
PUu Protoool Uata unit
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