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AT Commands For GPS

  

 

No Command Description
L1701 AT+CGPS Start/Stop GPS Session
L1702 AT+CGPSINFO Get GPS fixed position information
L1703 AT+CGPSCOLD Cold start GPS
L1704 AT+CGPSHOT Hot start GPS
L1705 AT+CGPSURL Set AGPS default server URL
L1706 AT+CGPSSSL Set AGPS transport security
L1707 AT+CGPSAUTO Start GPS automatic
L1708 AT+CGPSNMEA Configure NMEA sentence type
L1709 AT+CGPSNMEARATE Set NMEA output rate
L1710 AT+CGPSMD Configure AGPS MO method
L1711 AT+CGPSFTM Start GPS test mode
L1712 AT+CGPSDEL Delete the GPS information
L1713 AT+CGPSXE Enable/Disable GPS XTRA function
L1714 AT+CGPSXD Download XTRA assistant file
L1715 AT+CGPSXDAUTO Download XTRA assistant file automatically
L1716 AT+CGPSINFOCFG Download Report GPS NMEA-0183 sentence
L1717 AT+CGPSPMD Configure positioning mode
L1718 AT+CGPSMSB Configure based mode switch to standalone
L1719 AT+CGPSHOR Configure positioning desired accuracy
L1720 AT+CGPSNOTIFY LCS respond positioning request
L1721 AT+CGNSSINFO Get GNSS fixed position information
L1722 AT+CGNSSMODE Configure GNSS support mode
L1723 AT+CGPSIPV6 Set AGPS IPV6 Addr&Port
L1724 AT+CGPSXTRADATA Query the validity of the current gpsOne XTRA data

 

 

 

 

L1701   AT+CGPS     Start/Stop GPS Session

This command is used to start or stop GPS session.

T) AT+CGPS=?

+CGPS: (list of supported <on/off>s),( list of supported <mode>s)

 OK

R) AT+CGPS?

+CGPS: <on/off>,<mode>

 OK

W) AT+CGPS=<on/off>[,<mode>]

OK

If UE-assisted mode, when fixed will report indication:

+CGPS:<lat>,<lon>,<alt>,<date>,<time>

If <off>, it will report indication:

+CGPS:0

or

ERROR

  

<on/off>

Values reserved by the present document:

0     stop GPS session

1     start GPS session

<mode>

Ignore     standalone mode

1     standalone mode

2     UE-based mode

3     UE-assisted mode

<lat> Latitude of current position. Unit is in 10^8 degree
<lon> Longitude of current position. Unit is in 10^8 degree
<alt> MSL Altitude. Unit is meters.
<date> UTC Date. Output format is ddmmyyyy
<time> UTC Time. Output format is hhmmss.s

 

Example

AT+CGPS?

+CGPS:1

OK

AT+CGPS=1

OK

 

 

NOTE

1. Output of NMEA sentences is automatic; no control via AT commands is provided.

If executing AT+CGPS=1, the GPS session will choose cold or hot start automatically.

2. UE-based and UE-assisted mode depend on URL (AT+CGPSURL). When UE-based mode fails, it will switch standalone mode.

3. UE-assisted mode is singly fixed. Standalone and UE-based mode is consecutively fixed.

4. After the GPS closed, it should to wait about 2s~30s for start again.

Reason : If the signal conditions are right (strong enough signals to allow ephemeris demodulation) or ephemeris demodulation is on going,

sometimes MGP will stay on longer in order to demodulate more ephemeris.

This will help the engine provide faster TTFF and possibly better yield later (up to 2 hours), because it has the benefit of more ephemeris available.

5. For SIM7600E-H-M2/SIM7600SA-H-M2/SIM7600A-H-M2 module,

GPS started should be decided by the physical switch of GPS flight mode in the module firstly.

Close the switch, GPS will be started automatically, then you can open or close gps by AT command, otherwize, GPS could not be started in any way.

 

 

 

 

L1702   AT+CGPSINFO     Get GPS Fixed Position Infomation

This command is used to get current position information.

T) AT+CGPSINFO=?

+CGPSINFO: (scope of <time>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSINFO?

+CGPSINFO: <time>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSINFO=<time>

OK

+CGPSINFO:[<lat>],[<N/S>],[<log>],[<E/W>],[<date>],[<UTCtime>],[<alt>],[<speed>],[<course>]

If <off>, it will report indication:

OK (if <time>=0)

E) AT+CGPSINFO

+CGPSINFO:[<lat>],[<N/S>],[<log>],[<E/W>],[<date>],[<UTCtime>],[<alt>],[<speed>],[<course>]

OK

 

<lat> Latitude of current position. Output format is ddmm.mmmmmm
<N/S> N/S Indicator, N=north or S=south
<log> Longitude of current position. Output format is dddmm.mmmmmm
<E/W> E/W Indicator, E=east or W=west
<date> Date. Output format is ddmmyy
<UTC time> UTC Time. Output format is hhmmss.s
<alt> MSL Altitude. Unit is meters.
<speed> Speed Over Ground. Unit is knots.
<course> Course. Degrees.
<time> The range is 0-255, unit is second, after set <time> will report the GPS information every the seconds.

 

Example

AT+CGPSINFO=?

+CGPSINFO: (0-255)

OK

 

AT+CGPSINFO?

+CGPSINFO: 0

OK

 

AT+CGPSINFO

+CGPSINFO:3113.343286,N,12121.234064,E,250311,072809.3,44.1,0.0,0

OK

 

 

 

 

L1703   AT+CGPSCOLD     Cold Start GPS

This command is used to cold start a GPS session.

T) AT+CGPSCOLD=? OK
E) AT+CGPSCOLD OK

  

Example

AT+CGPSCOLD=?

OK

AT+CGPSCOLD

OK

 

 

NOTE

Before using this command, it must use AT+CGPS=0 to stop GPS session.

For SIM7600E-H-M2/SIM7600SA-H-M2/SIM7600A-H-M2 module, GPS started should be decided by the physical switch of GPS flight mode in the module firstly.

Open the switch, GPS will be started automatically, then you can open or close gps by AT command,

otherwise, GPS could not be started in any way.it will report +CME ERROR:GPS flight mode enabled

 

 

 

 

 

L1704   AT+CGPSHOT     Hot Start GPS

This command is used to hot start GPS session.

T) AT+CGPSHOT=? OK
E) AT+CGPSHOT OK

 

Example

AT+CGPSHOT=?

OK

AT+CGPSHOT

OK

 

NOTE

Before using this command,it must use AT+CGPS=0 to stop GPS session.

For SIM7600E-H-M2/SIM7600SA-H-M2/SIM7600A-H-M2 module, GPS started should be decided by the physical switch of GPS flight mode in the module firstly.

Open the switch, GPS will be started automatically, then you can open or close gps by AT command,

otherwise, GPS could not be started in any way.it will report +CME ERROR:GPS flight mode enabled

 

 

 

L1705   AT+CGPSURL     Set AGPS Default Server URL

This command is used to set AGPS default server URL. It will take effect only after restarting.

T) AT+CGPSURL=? OK
R) AT+CGPSURL?

+CGPSURL: <URL>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSURL=<URL>

OK

or

ERROR

 

<URL>

AGPS default server URL. It needs double quotation marks.

NOTE: Max length of URL is 128.

 

Example

AT+CGPSURL=”123.123.123.123:8888”

OK

AT+CGPSURL?

+CGPSURL: ”123.123.123.123:8888”

OK

 

NOTE

It will take effect only after restarting.

 

 

 

 

L1706   AT+CGPSSSL     Set AGPS Transport Security

 This command is used to select transport security, used certificate or not.

The certificate gets from local carrier. If the AGPS server doesn’t need certificate, execute AT+CGPSSSL=0.

T) AT+CGPSSSL=?

+CGPSSSL: (list of supported<SSL>s)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSSSL?

+CGPSSSL: <SSL>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSSSL=<SSL>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<SSL>

0     don’t use certificate

1     use certificate

 

Example

AT+CGPSSSL=0

OK

 

 

 

 

L1707   AT+CGPSAUTO     Start GPS Automatic

This command is used to start GPS automaticly when module powers on, GPS is closed defaultly.

T) AT+CGPSAUTO=?

+CGPSAUTO: (list of supported<auto>s)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSAUTO?

+CGPSAUTO: <auto>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSAUTO=<auto>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<auto>

0     Non-automatic

1     automatic

 

 

Example

AT+CGPSAUTO=1

OK

 

NOTE

If GPS start automatically, its operation mode is standalone mode.

 

 

 

 

L1708   AT+CGPSNMEA      Configure NMEA Sentence Type

This command is used to configure NMEA output sentences which are generated by the gpsOne engine when position data is available.

T) AT+CGPSNMEA=?

+CGPSNMEA: (list of supported<auto>s)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSNMEA?

+CGPSNMEA: <nmea>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSNMEA=<nmea>

OK

or

If GPS engine is running:

ERROR

  

<auto>

Range     0 to 262143

Each bit enables an NMEA sentence output as follows:

Bit 0     GPGGA (global positioning system fix data)

Bit 1     GPRMC (recommended minimum specific GPS/TRANSIT data)

Bit 2     GPGSV (GPS satellites in view)

Bit 3     GPGSA (GPS DOP and active satellites)

Bit 4     GPVTG (track made good and ground speed)

Bit 5     PQXFI (Global Positioning System Extended Fix Data.)

Bit 6     GLGSV (GLONASS satellites in view GLONASS fixes only)

Bit 7     GNGSA (1. GPS/2. Glonass/3. GALILE    DOP and Active Satellites.)

Bit 8     GNGNS (fix data for GNSS receivers;output for GPS,GLONASS,GALILEO)

Bit 9     Reserved

Bit 10     GAGSV (GALILEO satellites in view)

Bit 11     Reserved

Bit 12     Reserved

Bit 13     Reserved

Bit 14     Reserved

Bit 15     Reserved,

Bit 16     BDGSA/PQGSA (BEIDOU/QZSS DOP and active satellites)

Bit 17     BDGSV/PQGSV (BEIDOUQZSS satellites in view)

Set the desired NMEA sentence bit(s).

If multiple NMEA sentence formats are desired, “OR” the desired bits together.

NOTE: Reserved default 0, set invalid.

 

Example

AT+CGPSNMEA=200191

OK

 

NOTE

1. If nmea bit 2 GPGSV doesn’t configure, GPGSV sentence also doesn’t output on AT/modem port even set AT+CGPSFTM=1.

2. Module should reboot to take effect.

 

 

 

 

L1709   AT+CGPSNMEARATE      Set NMEA Output Rate

This command is used to set nmea output rate.

T) AT+CGPSNMEARATE=?

+CGPSNMEARATE: (list of supported<rate>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSNMEARATE?

+CGPSNMEARATE: <rate>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSNMEA=<rate>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<rate>

0     output rate 1HZ

1     output rate 10HZ

 

Example

AT+CGPSNMEARATE=1

OK

 

 

 

 

L1710   AT+CGPSMD     Configure AGPS MO Method

This command specifies if the Mobile-Originated (MO) GPS session should use the control plane session or user plane session.

T) AT+CGPSMD=?

+CGPSMD: (scope of<method>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSMD?

+CGPSMD: <method>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSMD=<method>

OK

or

If GPS engine is running:

ERROR

  

<method>

0     Control plane

1     User plane

 

Example

AT+CGPSMD=1

OK

 

 

 

 

L1711   AT+CGPSFTM     Start GPS Test Mode

This command is used to start GPS test mode.

T) AT+CGPSFTM=? OK
R) AT+CGPSFTM?

+CGPSFTM: <on/off>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSFTM=<on/off>

OK

or

ERROR

 

<on/off>

0     Close test mode

1     Start test mode

<CNo> Satellite CNo value. Floating value.
URC format

$GPGSV[,<SV>,<CNo>][…]

$GLGSV[,<SV>,<CNo>][…]

$BDGSV[,<SV>,<CNo>][…]

$GAGSV[,<SV>,<CNo>][…]

$PQGSV[,<SV>,<CNo>][…]

 

Example

AT+CGPSFTM=1

OK

$GLGSV,78,20.6,66,25.6,77,21.6,79,21.9,67,26.2,68,23.6

$GPGSV,10,36.3,12,33.5,14,26.5,15,27.0,18,30.6,20,29.4,21,14.9, 24,32.8,25,30.6,31,29.1,32,27.0

$BDGSV,201,28.7,204,29.0,206,27.3,207,25.9,209,25.0,210,18.5

 

 

NOTE

If test mode starts, the URC will report on AT port, Modem port and UART port.

If testing on actual signal, <SV> should be ignored, and GPS must be started by AT+CGPS, AT+CGPSCOLD or AT+CGPSHOT.

If testing on GPS signal simulate equipment, <SV> must be choiced, and GPS will start automatically.

URC sentence will report every 1 second.

 

 

 

 

L1712   AT+CGPSDEL     Delete The GPS Information

This command is used to delete the GPS information. After executing the command, GPS start is cold start.

T) AT+CGPSDEL=? OK
E) AT+CGPSDEL OK

  

Example

AT+CGPSDEL=?

OK

AT+CGPSDEL

OK

 

NODE

This command must be executed after GPS stopped

 

 

 

 

L1713   AT+CGPSXE     Enable/Disable GPS XTRA Function

This command is used to enable/disable the GPS XTRA function.

T) AT+CGPSXE=?

+CGPSXE: (list of supported<on/off>s)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSXE?

+CGPSXE: <on/off>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSXE=<on/off>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<on/off>

0     Disable GPS XTRA

1     Enable GPS XTRA

 

Example

AT+CGPSXE=?

+CGPSXE: (0-1)

OK

 

AT+CGPSXE=0

OK

 

NOTE

XTRA function must download the assistant file from network by HTTP, so the APN must be set by AT+CGDCONT command.

 

 

 

 

L1714   AT+CGPSXD     Download XTRA Assistant File

This command is used to download the GPS XTRA assistant file from network through http protocol.

Module will download the latest assistant file form server and write the file into module.

T) AT+CGPSXD=?

+CGPSXD: (list of supported<server>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSXD?

+CGPSXD: <server>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSXD=<server>

OK

+CGPSXD : <resp>

or

+CGPSXD : <resp> ERROR

  

<server>

0     XTRA primary server (precedence)

1     XTRA secondary server

2     XTRA tertiary server

<resp> refer to Unsolicited XTRA download Codes

 

Example

AT+CGPSXD=?

+CGPSXD: (0-2)

OK

AT+CGPSXD=0

OK

+CGPSXD: 0

 

 

 

 

L1715   AT+CGPSXDAUTO     Download XTRA Assistant File Automatically

This command is used to control download assistant file automatically or not when GPS start.

XTRA function must enable for using this command.

If assistant file doesn’t exist or check error, the module will download and inject the assistant file automatically

T) AT+CGPSXDAUTO=?

+CGPSXDAUTO: (list of supported<on/off>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSXDAUTO?

+CGPSXDAUTO: <on/off>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSXDAUTO=<on/off>

OK

Or

ERROR

  

<on/off>

0     disable download automatically

1     enable download automatically

 

Example

AT+CGPSXDAUTO=?

+CGPSXD: (0,1)

OK

AT+CGPSXDAUTO=0

OK

 

NOTE

Some URCs will report when downloading, it’s same as AT+CGPSXD command.

 

 

 

 

L1716   AT+CGPSINFOCFG     Download Report GPS NMEA-0183 Sentence

This command is used to report NMEA-0183 sentence.

T) AT+CGPSINFOCFG=?

+CGPSINFOCFG: (scope of <time>),(scope of <config>)

OK

R) AT+CGPSINFOCFG?

+CGPSINFOCFG: <time>,<config>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSINFOCFG=<time>[,<config>]

OK

(NMEA-0183 Sentence)

……

OK(if<time>=0>)

 

 

<time>

The range is 0-255, unit is second, after set <time> will report the GPS NMEA sentence every the seconds.

If <time>=0, module stop reporting the NMEA sentence.

<config>

Range     0 to 262143

Each bit enables an NMEA sentence output as follows:

Bit 0     GPGGA (global positioning system fix data)
 
Bit 1     GPRMC (recommended minimum specific GPS/TRANSIT data)
 
Bit 2     GPGSV (GPS satellites in view)
 
Bit 3     GPGSA (GPS DOP and active satellites)
 
Bit 4     GPVTG (track made good and ground speed)
 
Bit 5     PQXFI (Global Positioning System Extended Fix Data.)
 
Bit 6     GLGSV (GLONASS satellites in view GLONASS fixes only)
 
Bit 7     GNGSA (1. GPS/2. Glonass/3. GALILE DOP and Active Satellites.)
 
Bit 8     GNGNS (fix data for GNSS receivers;output for GPS,GLONASS,GALILEO)
 
Bit 9     Reserved
 
Bit 10     GAGSV (GALILEO satellites in view)
 
Bit 11     Reserved
 
Bit 12     Reserved
 
Bit 13     Reserved
 
Bit 14     Reserved
 
Bit 15     Reserved,
 
Bit 16     BDGSA/PQGSA (BEIDOU/QZSS DOP and active satellites)
 
Bit 17     BDGSV/PQGSV (BEIDOUQZSS satellites in view)

Set the desired NMEA sentence bit(s).

If multiple NMEA sentence formats are desired, “OR” the desired bits together.

Reserved default 0, set invalid.

 

 

Example

AT+CGPSINFOCFG=?

+CGPSINFO: (0-255),(0-262143)

OK

 

AT+CGPSINFOCFG=10,31

OK

$GPGSV,4,1,16,04,53,057,44,02,55,334,44,10,61,023,44,05,45,253,43*7D

$GPGSV,4,2,16,25,10,300,40,17,25,147,40,12,22,271,38,13,28,053,38*77

$GPGSV,4,3,16,26,09,187,35,23,06,036,34,24,,,,27,,,*7A

$GPGSV,4,4,16,09,,,,31,,,,30,,,,29,,,*7D

$GPGGA,051147.0,3113.320991,N,12121.248076,E,1,10,0.8,47.5, M,0,M,,*45

$GPVTG,NaN,T,,M,0.0,N,0.0,K,A*42

$GPRMC,051147.0,A,3113.320991,N,12121.248076,E,0.0,0.0,2112 11,,,A*66

$GPGSA,A,3,02,04,05,10,12,13,17,23,25,26,,,1.4,0.8,1.2*3B

 

 

 

 

L1717   AT+CGPSPMD     Configure Positioning Mode

This command is used to configure the positioning modes support.

T) AT+CGPSPMD=?

+CGPSPMD: (scope of <mode>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSPMD?

+CGPSPMD: <mode>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSPMD =<mode>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<mode>

Default     65407

Range     1 to 65407

Each bit enables a supported positioning mode as follows:

Bit 0     Standalone

Bit 1     UP MS-based

Bit 2     UP MS-assisted

Bit 3     CP MS-based (2G)

Bit 4     CP MS-assisted (2G)

Bit 5     CP UE-based (3G)

Bit 6     CP UE-assisted (3G)

Bit 7     NOT USED

Bit 8     UP MS-based (4G)

Bit 9     UP MS-assisted(4G)

Bit 10     CP MS-based (4G)

Bit 11     CP MS-assisted (4G)

Set the desired mode sentence bit(s).

If multiple modes are desired, “OR” the desired bits together.

Example, support standalone, UP MS-based and UP MS-assisted, set Binary value 0000 0111, is 7.

 

Example

AT+CGPSPMD=127

OK

 

NOTE

Need to restart the module after setting the mode.

 

 

 

 

L1718   AT+CGPSMSB     Configure Based Mode Switch To Standalone

This command is used to configure AGPS based mode switching to standalone mode automatically or not.

T) AT+CGPSMSB=?

+CGPSMSB: (scope of <mode>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSMSB?

+CGPSMSB: <mode>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSMSB =<mode>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<mode>

0     Don’t switch to standalone mode automatically

1     Switch to standalone mode automatically

 

Example

AT+CGPSMSB=0

OK

 

NOTE

This command must be executed after GPS stopped.

 

 

 

 

L1719   AT+CGPSHOR     Configure Positioning Desired Accuracy

The command is used to configure the positioning desired accuracy threshold in meters.

T) AT+CGPSHOR=?

+CGPSHOR: (scope of <acc>),( scope of <acc_f>)

 OK

R) AT+CGPSHOR?

+CGPSHOR: <acc>,<acc_f>

 OK

W) AT+CGPSHOR=<acc>,[,<acc_f>]

OK

or

ERROR

  

<acc> Range     0 to 1800000, Default value is 50
<acc_f> Reserved

 

Example

AT+CGPSHOR=50

OK

 

NOTE

This command must be executed after GPS stopped.

 

 

 

 

L1720   AT+CGPSNOTIFY     LCS Respond Positioning Request

This command is used to respond to the incoming request for positioning request message.

T) AT+CGPSNOTIFY=?

+CGPSNOTIFY: (list of supported <resp>s)

 OK

W) AT+CGPSNOTIFY=<resp>

OK

or

ERROR

 

<resp>

0     LCS notify verify accept

1     LCS notify verify deny

2     LCS notify verify no response

 

Example

AT+CGPSNOTIFY=?

+CGPSNOTIFY: (0-2)

OK

AT+CGPSNOTIFY=0

OK

 

 

 

 

L1721   AT+CGNSSINFO     Get GNSS Fixed Position Information

This command is used to get current position related information.

T) AT+CGNSSINFO=?

+CGNSSINFO: (scope of <time>)

 OK

R) AT+CGNSSINFO?

+CGNSSINFO: <time>

OK

W) AT+CGNSSINFO=<time>

OK

+CGNSSINFO:

[<mode>],[<GPS-SVs>],[<GLONASS-SVs>],[<BEIDOU-SVs>],

[<lat>],[<N/S>],[<log>],[<E/W>],[<date>],[<UTC-time>],[<alt>],

[<speed>],[<course>],[<PDOP>],[HDOP],[VDOP]

OK (if <time>>=0)

E) AT+CGNSSINFO

+CGNSSINFO:

[<mode>],[<GPS-SVs>],[<GLONASS-SVs>],[<BEIDOU-SVs>],

[<lat>],[<N/S>],[<log>],[<E/W>],[<date>],[<UTC-time>],[<alt>],[<speed>],[<course>]

,[<PDOP>],[<HDOP>],[<VDOP>]

OK

  

<mode> Fix mode 2=2D fix 3=3D fix
<GPS-SVs>

GPS satellite valid numbers

scope: 00-12

<GLONASS-SVs>

GLONASS satellite valid numbers

scope: 00-12

<BEIDOU-SVs>

BEIDOU satellite valid numbers

scope: 00-12

<lat>

Latitude of current position.

Output format is ddmm.mmmmmm

<N/S> N/S Indicator, N=north or S=south
<log>

Longitude of current position.

Output format is dddmm.mmmmmm

<E/W> E/W Indicator, E=east or W=west
<date>

Date.

Output format is ddmmyy

<UTC-time>

UTC Time.

Output format is hhmmss.s

<alt>

MSL Altitude.

Unit is meters.

<speed>

Speed Over Ground.

Unit is knots.

<course>

Course.

Degrees.

<PDOP> Position Dilution Of Precision.
<HDOP> Horizontal Dilution Of Precision.
<VDOP> Vertical Dilution Of Precision.
<time> The range is 0-255, unit is second, after set <time> will report the GPS information every the seconds.

 

Example

AT+CGNSSINFO=?

+CGNSSINFO: (0-255)

OK

AT+CGNSSINFO?

+CGNSSINFO: 0

OK

AT+CGNSSINFO

+CGNSSINFO: 2,09,05,00,3113.330650,N,12121.262554,E,131117,091918.0,32.9,0.0,255.0,1.1,0.8,0.7

OK

AT+CGNSSINFO   (if not fix,will report null)

+CGNSSINFO: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

OK

 

 

 

 

L1722   AT+CGNSSMODE     Configure GNSS Support Mode

This command is used to configure GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU and QZSS support mode.

And DPO(Dynamic power optimization) status.  Module should reboot to take effective.

T) AT+CGNSSMODE=?

+CGNSSMODE: (scope of <gnss_mode>),(scope of <dpo_mode>)

 OK

R) AT+CGNSSMODE?

+CGNSSMODE: <gnss_mode>,<dpo_mode>

 OK

W) AT+CGNSSMODE=<gnss_mode>[,<dpo_mode>]

OK

or

ERROR

  

<gnss_mode>

Range     0 to 15

Bit0     GLONASS

Bit1     BEIDOU

Bit2     GALILEO

Bit3     QZSS

1     enable

0     disable

GPS always support

<dpo_mode>

1     enable DPO

0     disable DPO

 

Example

AT+CGNSSMODE=15,1                                                                                                                        

OK

 

NOTE

Module should reboot to take effective.

 

 

 

 

L1723   AT+CGPSIPV6     Set AGPS IPV6 Addr&Port

 

T) AT+CGPSIPV6=? OK
R) AT+CGPSIPV6?

+CGPSIPV6: <ipv6_addr>,<port>

OK

W) AT+CGPSIPV6=<ipv6_addr>,<port>

OK

or

ERROR

  

<ipv6_addr>

AGPS IPV6 addr.

It needs double quotation marks.

<port> AGPS IPV6 port.

 

Example

AT+CGPSIPV6=”2001:0268:1AFF:0000:0000:0000:B6F8:A5D2”,7275

OK 

AT+CGPSIPV6?

+CGPSIPV6: ”2001:0268:1AFF:0000:0000:0000:B6F8:A5D2”,7275

OK

 

NOTE

It will take effect only after restarting.

 

 

 

 

L1724   AT+CGPSXTRADATA     Query The Validity Of The Current GpsOne XTRA Data

 

T) AT+CGPSXTRADATA=? OK
R) AT+CGPSXTRADATA?

+CGPSXTRADATA: <xtradatadurtime>,<injecteddatatime>

 OK

  

<xtradatadurtime>

Valid time of injected gpsOneXTRA data,unit:minute

0     No gpsOneXTRA file or gpsOneXTRA file is overdue

1-10080     Valid time of gpsOneXTRA file

<injecteddatatime>

Starting time of the valid time of XTRA data, format:

“YYYY/MM/DD,hh:mm:ss”,e.g. “2019/09/26,15:31:20”

 

Example

AT+CGPSXTRADATA=?

OK

 AT+CGPSXTRADATA?

+CGPSXTRADATA: 168,”2019/09/25,05:00:00″

OK

 

NOTE

It needs to execute AT+CGPSXE to enable before execute the AT+CGPSXTRADATA read.

 

 

 

 

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