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  1. #1
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    Need Help Encoding the MCC, MNC to the little endian BCD for operator logos

    I checked the Network codes for Rogers (Canada) at http://www.gsmworld.com/roaming/gsminfo/net_carw.shtml.

    The MCC is 302 and the MNC is 720.

    Is the MNC correct? From the many posts I've seen regarding this topic, the MNC is usually 2 digits long. How do you do the endian coversion in this case?

    Is it 03-72-02?

    Thank you very much.

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    RE: Need Help Encoding the MCC, MNC to the little endian BCD for operator logos

    Hi!

    Last zero is left out from the MNC, so for example string should look like this:

    30 03 F2 73 0A

    Where 30 is Operator logo version number. ISO-8859-1 character "0"
    03 F2 is MCC (Mobile Country Code), octets 14 and 15, little-endian BCD, filled with F16', 302 -> 03 F2
    73 MNC (Mobile Network Code) coding, little-endian BCD, filled with F16'
    0A ISO-8859-1 "Line feed" character

    Teemu / Forum Nokia

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