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Where can I get a modem to do this job?


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niallfitz

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Hi,

does anyone know where I can get a modem that will do the following accomplished with high level programming:

A) Generate AT command that says "Give me file".
B) Receive that file though a serial port.
C) Send to a server via FTP, TCP or whatever.

The modem is being hooked up to a battery monitor you see!

Tried a cinterion TC65i but its just the WORST to program, and no support.

Thanks
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Neil Jones

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Don't see what good a modem on its own is going to do because it's a dumb terminal intended to send data back and forth between computers. It itself doesn't really do much else.
What you probably want is some software. Why a serial port of all things? What are you trying to do exactly?
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I should have been a bit more specific - I'm looking for a programmeable modem. Not like a modem youd find in a desktop.

Its to sit on top of a battery monitor which is sending out a data stream - via serial - and send the data to a server.

Edited by niallfitz, 28 April 2011 - 07:03 AM.

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