9 PIN standard (TIA/EIA- 562). You have to select 19200 bps as RS-232 interface speed. to store the For further information, see Nokia 6090 Product Support on www.forum.nokia.com website. The transceiver is provided with a plastic cap to protect the data adapter connector.
- Data compression with V.42bis - Non-transparent and transparent data transfer at 9.6kbit/s - AT commands (for further information, see Nokia 6090 Product Support on www.forum.nokia.com website) - Fax service classes 1, 2 and 2.0 and ECM (sending) - SMS sending and receiving Cellular data connections can be made from most of the loca- tions where your car phone operates.
6090 DIN/ISO installation kit With the DIN/ISO installation kit, the Nokia 6090 is optimally designed for easy installation in your car, either in the dash- board or in the central console. You have easy access to the ra- dio unit SIM reader or the data connector.
Note: When installing the car kit in Australia and New Zealand, the 6090 should be installed in accordance with AS/NZS 4346. • Microphone installation The recommended position for the microphone should be the top of the A-pillar or, alternatively, near the back mirror in the middle of the car.
20 cm must be maintained between the antenna and all per- sons. • Connect only the 6090 handset to the system connector as shown in the installation picture. • When installing the radio unit, ensure a sufficient air supply (e.g.
The SIM card also contains security-related information. The Nokia 6090 contains two SIM cards: one in the handset, a plug-in SIM card, and a larger one in the phone unit: the IC-1 card. The cards differ solely in size.
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