The Standards and Architecture
Specifications and Standards
standards and recommendations developed by the Standards and
Committee include the following. (To open the document, click on it. To
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Via IP. MS Word format. Motorola, January 17, 2002. Draft version
Preliminary specification for transport of AT commands over IP-based
Unimodem Extensions for CDMA and TDMA Services. MS Word format.
August 23, 2000 PCCA Meeting, Revision 1.0.
Extensions to NDIS for Wireless WANs. Revision 1.1. ZIP file with
Word format documents. This standard has been incorporated in Microsoft
Windows NT version 4 and later. This standard passed the letter ballot
on August 11, 2000.
Data Transmission Systems and Equipment - Serial Asynchronous Automatic
Dialing and Control for Character Mode DCE on Wireless Data Services
file) - This is the core AT command standard that specifies how AT
commands operate with wireless modems. This document incorporates Annex
A, "Building on this Standard." This standard has been published by TIA
as TIA-678. Note that TIA-678 incorporates PCCA annexes in the
Annex A = STD-101 Annex A
Annex B = STD-101 Annex F
Annex C = STD-101 Annex I
Annex D = STD-101 Annex D
can be obtained from Global Engineering Documents: 1-800-854-7179,
Annex D: PAD Control. MS Word format. This annex specifies packet
functions in wireless modems.
Annex F: Miscellaneous Commands. MS Word format. This annex defines
AT commands that are specific to wireless networks, such as signal
registration status and antenna preference.
Annex I: Command Extensions for Analog Cellular Data Modems. MS
Annex L: Command Set Extensions for CDPD Modems. PDF format.
Annex L: Command Set Extensions for CDPD Modems. MS Word format.
STD-101 Annex O: Wake Up Control
Commands. MS Word format. This annex describes AT commands which
provide wake-up capabilities. The wake-up function is a power
management capability of mobile equipment. The wake-up means that an
event such as incoming call causes the resuming (reactivation) of an
information terminal (e.g. PC) which is in a stand-by state. These
commands were submitted by the Mobile Computing Promotion Consortium of
Japan (MCPC). The PCCA and MCPC have joint copyright of this standard.
This standard passed the letter ballot on August 11, 2000.
Appendix G: Wireless LAN Objects - DRAFT. MS Word format. Objects
Modem Interface Standard - DRAFT. MS Word format. Defines a packet
interface to modems based on IP protocols.
Changes to standards. Text format. This
document summarizes changes to standards. It currently lists new +WS45
and +WS46 values for STD-101.
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