AT Command

Description

This AT command selects the character set of the mobile equipment. Some possible values are "GSM", "HEX"."IRA", "PCDN", "UCS2","UTF-8" etc.

Usage
Command Possible response(s)
+CSCS=[]
+CSCS? +CSCS:
+CSCS=? +CSCS: (list of supporteds)

Examples

AT+CSCS=GSM
OK

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

Test AT+CSCS command with AT Command Tester





Try this script included in AT Command Tester Tool.

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//Script-at+cscs.at

//Test AT+CSCS command

//AT+CSCS command is used to set character set of the device

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

 

//List of supported responses

AT+CSCS=?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Get the current character set

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to GSM - GSM 7 bit default alphabet

AT+CSCS="GSM"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to UCS2 - 16-bit universal multiple-octet coded character set

AT+CSCS="UCS2"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to IRA - International reference alphabet

AT+CSCS="IRA"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to HEX - 1

AT+CSCS="HEX"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to PCCP - PC character set code

AT+CSCS="PCCP"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to PCDN - PC Danish/Norwegian set

AT+CSCS="PCDN"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?

 

//WAIT for 1 sec

WAIT=1

 

//Set Character set to 8859-1 = ISO 8859 Latin 1 character set

AT+CSCS="8859-1"

 

//confirm the setting

AT+CSCS?


Output of above script in AT Command Tester Tool.

AT+CSCS=?

+CSCS: ("IRA","GSM","UCS2","HEX","PCCP","PCDN","8859-1")

 

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "8859-1"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "8859-1"

AT+CSCS="GSM"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "GSM"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "GSM"

AT+CSCS="UCS2"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "UCS2"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "UCS2"

AT+CSCS="IRA"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "IRA"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "IRA"

AT+CSCS="HEX"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "HEX"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "HEX"

AT+CSCS="PCCP"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "PCCP"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "PCCP"

AT+CSCS="PCDN"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "PCDN"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "PCDN"

AT+CSCS="8859-1"

OK

AT+CSCS?

+CSCS: "8859-1"

 

OK

Character set used by Terminal Equipment is "8859-1"