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Tri-Band GSM/GPRS Modem SIMCOM SIM300 Module
 
Notes (Before you buy, please read the notes very carefully, otherwise we will not be responsible for your carelessness!):
1: This item is controlled on COM (Serial Port/ RS232) via AT commands (GSM 07.07, 07.05).
2: This item doesn't include any software or driver.  You can use your program or software to control it via AT commands.
3: If you don't know how to use this item, please inquire before you buy.
4: We will not provide any technical supports.
 
Before taking this item, please click GSM/ GPRS Coverage In The World to check whether your region is covered by anyone of GSM/ GPRS 900/ 1800/ 1900MHZ.
 
The SIM300 module is a complete Tri-Band GSM/ GPRS solution in a compact plug-in module. Featuring an industry-standard interface, it delivers GSM/ GPRS 900/ 1800/ 1900MHz performance for Data, Voice, SMS, and Fax in a small form factor and with low power consumption. The leading features of the Module make it ideal for virtually unlimited application, such as WLL applications, M2M applications (like AMR, POS, Security and AVL etc), handheld devices and much more. 
 
Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Modem Product List
The whole product includes following list of articles:
1. One Power Supply Adapter, 12V 1A
2. One Data Line (COM: DB9 to DB9, 150cm extension cord).
3. One DB Antenna, 80mm
4. Modem Body
 
General features
- Tri-Band GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900MHz
  - GPRS multi-slot class 10/8
  - GPRS Mobile station class B
  - Compliant to GSM phase 2/2+
        - Class 4 (2 W @ 900MHz)
        - Class 1 (1 W @ 1800/1900MHz)
  - Coding scheme: CS1~4, MS1~9
  - Control via AT commands
     (GSM 07.07, 07.05 and SIMCOM enhanced AT Commands)
  - SIM application toolkit
  - Supply voltage range 3.4 ... 4.5 V
  - Low power consumption
  - Normal operation temperature: -20°C to +60°C
 
Specifications for fax
  - Group 3, class 1
 
Specifications for data
  - GPRS class 10: max. 85.6 Kbps (downlink)
  - PBCCH support
  - Coding schemes CS 1, 2, 3, 4
  - CSD up to 14.4 kbps
  - SSD
  - Non transparent mode
  - PPP-stack
 
Specifications for SMS
 - Point-to-point MO and MT
 - SMS cell broadcast
 - Text and PDU mode
 
Specifications for voice
Tricodec
  - Half rate (HR)
  - Full rate (FR)
  - Enhanced Full rate (EFR)
Hands-free operation (Echo suppression)
 
Compatibility
  - AT cellular command interface
 
Interfaces
  - Interface to external SIM 3V/ 1.8V
  - 60 Pins Board-to-board connector
  - Two analog audio interfaces
  - Keypad interface
  - LCD interface
  - RTC backup
  - AT commands via serial interface
  - Serial interface and debug interface
  - Antenna connector and antenna pad
 
Approvals
 - FTA
 - GCF
 - Local Type Approval
 - CE
 - FCC
 - RoHS
 
Installation Steps and Usage of Modem
1. Preparations for Use
(1) Short Messages
If you want to use the SMS function of Modem, you need to ensure that SMS of your GSM number (SIM card) has already been activated. The service can be applied for from GSM Service Provider (SP) to which your SIM card belongs. Besides, you need to know the SMS center number of the SP. And the cost of SMS can be consulted with the SP.
(2)Data Service
If you want the data transmission function of Modem, you need to activate data transmission service as the same. The highest GSM data transmission speed is 9.6kbit/s.
Notice: Your GSM number used for data transmission, and the number used for SMS, shouldn’t be the same one. Please consult the SP for details.
(3)Facsimile Service
If you want the facsimile function of Modem, you need to activate facsimile service.
2. Steps for Installation and Usage
A. Plug power supply adapter into the DC outlet on Modem body.
B. Connect the data line of DB9 to DB9 COM to the COM port on Modem body.
C. Screw off the red hat of the antenna, and tighten the antenna connector up.
D. Use a nib or pin to push the button, so that the SIM slot will pop up. Put your SIM card into the slot, with the chip outwards. Put the slot back to the Modem as it be, and ensure that the SIM card is connected well with the card reader.
E. After all of these are done, plug in power source. The red indicator light will light up, and after about 30 seconds, the indicator light will begin to flash regularly, then the device is in readiness. If the indicator light never flash, possibly the connection between the SIM card and the card reader, or the SIM card is the matter. Please make a careful examination, and restart Modem.
Notice: In order to guarantee the useful life of Modem, please turn off the power before loading or removing the SIM card, and connecting or disconnecting the data line or the power cord.

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