AT Command

Description

AT+CNSMOD command is used to return the current network system mode.


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KeywordsAT+CNSMOD syntax, examples, parameters, error, input, response.

Test AT+CNSMOD command with AT Command Tester





Try this script included in AT Command Tester Tool.

//Script: at+cnsmod

//This AT command is applicable for SIMCOM modules only

//Check SIMCOM Module AT Command documentaiton

//Return current network system mode.

//Get the command support

AT+CNSMOD=?

 

//Wait

WAIT=2

 

//Query the current system mode

//A numerical value is returned for stat

//+CNSMOD:<n>,<stat>

// 0 - no service

//1 – GSM

//2 – GPRS

//3 – EGPRS (EDGE)

//4 – WCDMA

//5 – HSDPA only(WCDMA)

//6 – HSUPA only(WCDMA)

//7 – HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA, WCDMA)

//8 – LTE

//9 – TDS-CDMA

//10 – TDS-HSDPA only

//11 – TDS- HSUPA only

//12 – TDS- HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA)

//13 – CDMA 1

//4 – EVDO

//15 – HYBRID (CDMA and EVDO)

//16 – 1XLTE(CDMA and LTE)//1 – GSM

//2 – GPRS

//3 – EGPRS (EDGE)

//4 – WCDMA

//5 – HSDPA only(WCDMA)

//6 – HSUPA only(WCDMA)

//7 – HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA, WCDMA)

//8 – LTE

//9 – TDS-CDMA

//10 – TDS-HSDPA only

//11 – TDS- HSUPA only

//12 – TDS- HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA)

//13 – CDMA 1

//4 – EVDO

//15 – HYBRID (CDMA and EVDO)

//16 – 1XLTE(CDMA and LTE)

AT+CNSMOD?

 

//Wait

WAIT=2

 

//Enable auto report of teh network system mode

AT+CNSMOD=1

 

//Wait

WAIT=2

 

//Disable auto report of teh network system mode

AT+CNSMOD=0





Output of above script in AT Command Tester Tool.

AT+CNSMOD=?

+CNSMOD: (0-1)

OK

 

AT+CNSMOD?

+CNSMOD: 0,8

OK

 

AT+CNSMOD=1

OK

 

AT+CNSMOD=0

OK