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  1. #1
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    Microcontroller with a irda transceiver: how to access a 6210 (or other)?

    A microcontroller can interface a phone using its serial port and a serial cable, sending/receiving AT commands (standard rs232) to the internal phone modem.
    How can my microcontroller communicate with my 6210 (or similar)supposing that I connect an irda transceiver to the microcontroller's serial port (and eliminate the cable of course)?
    The documentation about irda standard in www.irda.org is complicated, I need just an example about the structure of communication messages.
    Can you give me a tip?
    thanks

  2. #2
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    RE: Microcontroller with a irda transceiver: how to access a 6210 (or other)?

    Hi,

    You can also use the AT-commands for controlling the phone via IrDA connection, with IrDA you have to remember that the phone might disconnect if there is no data transfer via IrDA in specific time.

    Best regards,

    Marko Tuukkanen
    Forum Nokia

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