Nokia 30 GSM User Manual

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Electronic user's guide released subject to "Nokia User's Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998"
User's guide for modem use
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  • Page 1: Nokia 30 Gsm Connectivity Terminal

    Electronic user’s guide released subject to "Nokia User’s Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998" Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal User’s guide for modem use 9357346 Issue 2...

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    Nokia reserves the right to revise this document or withdraw it at any time without prior notice The availability of particular accessories may vary by region.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents FOR YOUR SAFETY 5 1. Introduction 6 Three ways of using the Nokia 30 with a compatible PC or other compatible device: 7 Sales package 8 2. Features of the Nokia 30 9 Data connections and messaging 9 Supplementary services 11 AutoPIN 11 3.

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    8. Access codes 46 9. Nokia 30 as an M2M Communications device 48 User control mode 48 AT command mode 49 M2M System mode 49 Placing the terminal for M2M communication 50 CARE AND MAINTENANCE 51 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION 52 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 55 Copyright ©2002 Nokia.

  • Page 5: For Your Safety

    BACKUP COPIES Remember to make backup copies of all important data. CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user’s guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 6: Introduction

    When the Nokia 30 is attached to the data adapter RS-232, it can be used as a stand-alone modem when connected to a compatible PC or compatible device. This user’s guide describes how to use of the Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal as a wireless modem.

  • Page 7: Three Ways Of Using The Nokia 30 With A Compatible Pc Or Other Compatible Device

    Connected to an electronics application When the Nokia 30 terminal is connected to the data adapter RS-232, it can be attached to a device with a serial interface for a modem. This device communicates with the Nokia 30 via the RS-232 interface using integrated AT commands.

  • Page 8: Sales Package

    Sales package The complete sales package for the Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal includes the following items: 1. Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal 2. Power supply ACW-5A 3. Data adapter RS-232 4. Data cable RS-232 5. Installation kit 6. Product note 7.

  • Page 9: Features Of The Nokia 30, Data Connections And Messaging

    2. Features of the Nokia 30 In this chapter the main features of the Nokia 30 terminal are described in brief. Note: Do not switch on the terminal when wireless device use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

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    CSD (Circuit Switched Data) offers data speed of up to 14.4 kbit/s. SMS (Short Message Service) is used to send and receive messages containing a maximum of 160 characters via the Nokia 30. SMS is a convenient way to pass data quickly and easily to and from Nokia 30 terminals.

  • Page 11: Supplementary Services, Autopin

    SIM security in the Nokia 30 terminal can be achieved by using the AutoPIN feature that makes the SIM card useless to any unauthorized user. The standard PIN request is used by default in the Nokia 30, however, the AutoPIN feature can be switched on with the Nokia 30 Configurator software. The PIN code is then programmed in the terminal’s memory where it is relayed in unusual situations, for...

  • Page 12: Getting Started, Setting Up The Terminal

    3. Getting started Setting up the terminal To use the Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal for the first time, proceed as follows: 1. Install the SIM card as described on page 13. 2. Mount the terminal on the data adapter RS-232.

  • Page 13: Installing The Sim Card

    3. Replace the SIM cover by pushing the narrow end in first, then snapping the cover closed. Note: If the SIM card is installed but the Nokia 30 terminal still requires the insertion of a SIM card, this means that your SIM card is not supported by the terminal. The Nokia 30 supports 3V SIM cards only.

  • Page 14: Mounting The Terminal, Placing The Terminal

    Intensity of Field strength (IoF) function through the Nokia 30 light indicators (LEDs). See "Light indicators" on page 39. If the internal antenna is not adequate, the use of additional external antenna is recommended.

  • Page 15: Terminal Connectors

    ( PC, television etc). To avoid interference, place the terminal far enough from other electronic devices. Terminal connectors The Nokia 30 has four interfaces to connect to: M2M System, RS-232, power interface and external antenna connector. • M2M System connector The M2M System connector is located at the bottom of the terminal.

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    (XRM-1) accessory if the signal strength is insufficient. - To connect the external antenna cable to the Nokia 30, cut off a piece of the SIM cover to fit the cable in.

  • Page 17: Entering The Pin Code

    Nokia 30 terminal. When the AutoPIN feature is switched on e.g. with the Nokia 30 Configurator software, the PIN code is saved in the terminal’s memory and there is no need to type in the PIN code separately.

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    3. In the Connect To dialog box, there is a Connect using list. In the list, select Direct to Com X, where COM X is the COM port to which you have connected the Nokia 30 terminal. Click OK. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    OK. 5. In the HyperTerminal connection window, type at and press ENTER. The program will answer If you do not get an OK response, refer to the section Troubleshooting on page 43. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 20: Changing The Pin Code

    1. Type in the following AT command at+cpwd="sc","OLDPIN","NEWPIN" where OLDPIN is the old PIN code and NEWPIN the new code. 2. Press ENTER. Note: The PIN code can also be changed using the Nokia 30 Configurator software. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 21: Modem Installation For Nokia, Terminal, Modem Setup For Nokia 30, Introduction

    Introduction Modem Setup for Nokia 30 will install the following components on your computer: • Nokia 30 data and fax modem adapters which enable you to use your phone as a modem in data and fax calls • Nokia Modem Options which enable you to set options for the data calls you make...

  • Page 22: Modem Setup, Getting Started

    If the PIN code request is activated, the PIN code can be entered with an application such as HyperTerminal. • if you wish to activate the GPRS service, GPRS must be activated in the SIM card used with Nokia 30 terminal and your local Internet service provider must support GPRS service.

  • Page 23: Configure Nokia Modem Options

    This access point is provided by the Internet service provider who provides the SIM card used in the Nokia 30 terminal. 4. When the Nokia Modem Options settings are determined select Apply and then select OK. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 24: Create New Dial-up Connection

    Create new Dial-up connection After you have installed the modem driver required by your system, you can select the Nokia 30 terminal as your modem and start using it through a communications software application. For example, MS Windows 95/98/2000/NT 4.0 includes communications applications such as Dial-Up Networking and HyperTerminal.

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    Network Connection Wizard window and press Next. 6. In the Internet Connection Wizard windows, select I want to set up my Internet connection manually, or I want to connect through a local area network (LAN). Press Next. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    7. Select I connect through a phone line and a modem and press Next. If your PC has more than one modem driver installed, the Choose modem window will appear. You can then select Nokia 30 (cable) and press Next. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 27: Gprs Connection

    GPRS connection is provided by your Internet service provider. For more information on this number, please contact your service provider. Leave the Use area code and dialing rules box unchecked. 2. Press Next. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 28: Hscsd Or Csd Connection

    Internet service provider. For more information contact your Internet service provider. Be certain to check the Use area code and dialing rules box. 2. Press Next. 1. A term also used for the telephone number is ringing group. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 29: Enter User Name And Password, Name Your Connection

    Internet service provider, you may not be able to connect to the Internet. 2. Press Next. Name your connection 1. Type the Connection name for your new dial-up connection e.g. Nokia 30. 2. Press Next. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 30: Set Up Your Internet Mail Account, Additional Settings

    If you do not want to set up your Internet mail account at this time, select No and press Next. Additional settings The Nokia 30 terminal requires that you make some additional settings before the dial-up connection process finished. Therefore do not check the box To connect to the Internet immediately, click Finish.

  • Page 31: Settings For Dial-up Connections

    1. In the Windows taskbar, press Start, select Settings and Control Panel. Select Network and Dial- up Connections. 2. Select the new dial-up connection you created (e.g. Nokia 30) and right-click on the icon to open the menu. 3. Select Properties from the drop down menu.

  • Page 32: Set Properties

    Set properties In the dial-up connection Properties (e.g. Nokia 30 Properties) window, select the Networking tab. Press Settings. 1. Make certain that the Enable software compression in the PPP Settings window is unchecked. 2. Press OK. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    3. Back under the Networking tab, click on the Properties button for Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). 4. Complete these fields with the information provided by your Internet service provider. 5. Click on the Advanced tab. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 34: Connecting To The Internet

    Properties) Networking window. Connecting to the Internet If properly configured, your Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal should now be ready to make an Internet connection. 1. In the Windows taskbar, press Start, select Settings and Control Panel. Select Network and Dial- up Connections.

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    3. Enter your Internet access username and password. For more information, contact your Internet service provider. 4. When you have successfully connected to the Internet, the Connection Complete window will appear into your PC screen. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 36: Uninstalling Modem Setup For Nokia 30, Modem Setup For Standard Modem Driver

    1. In the Windows taskbar, press Start, select Settings and Control Panel. Select Network and Dial- up Connections. 2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. 3. In the Install/Uninstall tab, select Modem Setup for Nokia 30 from the list of software that can be removed. 4. Click Add/Remove.

  • Page 37: Communications Software

    Nokia 30 as a wireless modem. Communications software After you have installed the required modem driver you can select the Nokia 30 as your modem and start using it through a communications software application. For example, MS Windows 95/98/2000/NT 4.0 includes several communications applications. For assistance, refer to the user manuals of the software you are using.

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    Note: Only install software from sources that offer adequate protection against viruses and other harmful software. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 39: Light Indicators

    The Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal has three light indicators (LEDs), which form the terminal’s user interface. The LED display shows the field strength and the terminal status. The LEDs appear in two colours - red and green - indicating the state of the Nokia 30 GSM terminal in three different conditions: •...

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    Intensity of Field strength (IoF) function: <-105 dBm UNACCEPTABLE -105... -100 dBm UNACCEPTABLE -100... -95 dBm WEAK -95... -90 dBm WEAK -90... -85 dBm MODERATE Green blink -85... -80 dBm MODERATE Green >-80 dBm GOOD Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia 30 light indicators in normal operations: LED 1 LED 2 Status LED 3 Green Green blink Green blink Green/Red blink Message received / Voice mail in box Red blink * Application module controllable in M2M System mode. Note: If your terminal’s LEDs indicate that you have received messages, using the AT command AT+CMGR, you can read the received messages.

  • Page 42: Accessories

    6. Accessories A range of accessories is available for the Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal. For details and to find out about the availability of Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal accessories, contact your local dealer. • Power supply (ACW-5A) • RS-232 data adapter and RS-232 data cable: Required when the Nokia 30 is used in AT command mode as a normal GSM modem.

  • Page 43: Troubleshooting, First Things To Check, Poor Reception

    -100 dBm ... -91 dBm -> Weak coverage 12 ... 16 -90 dBm ... -81 dBm -> Moderate coverage 17 ... 31 -80 dBm or greater -> Good coverage Not known or not detectable Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 44: Blocked Pin Code, No Connection

    • you use correct RS-232 adapter (the DAU-12 marking can be found at the bottom of the adapter) • you have set the Connection Type with the Configurator software correctly: HW selection (default) or AT Commands Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 45: No Internet Connection, Modem Driver

    Nokia 30 terminal. If you wish to see the log file to check what the Nokia 30 terminal has responded to the AT commands, you can find the file named Modem_Nokia30.txt on your PC in the WINNT or Windows folder. If the log file is not found, select (in Windows 2000) Control Panel->...

  • Page 46: Access Codes

    You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid unauthorised use of the terminal and your SIM card. Access codes can be changed via the Nokia 30 Configurator software or with specific AT commands via an appropriate application.

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    The security code can be used to avoid unauthorised use of your terminal. The factory setting for the security code is 12345. To change the security code, use the Nokia 30 Configurator software. Keep the new code secret and in a safe place.

  • Page 48: Nokia 30 As An M2m Communications Device, User Control Mode

    With the User Control mode of Nokia 30 it is easy and economical to develop e.g. this kind of door locking system. This is possible using the built in services of the Nokia 30 and the specific input and output pins located on the M2M System Connector, see page 15.

  • Page 49: At Command Mode, M2m System Mode

    GSM 07.05 and ETS GSM 07.07 commands. M2M System mode In M2M system mode the Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal operates as a part of the Nokia M2M Platform, which is a complete, wireless end-to-end solution for machine communication. Together with the Nokia M2M Gateway the Nokia 30 forms an application platform.

  • Page 50: Placing The Terminal For M2m Communication

    Placing the terminal for M2M communication When using the Nokia 30 terminal for M2M communication, the way in which the terminal is placed is of considerable importance regarding the way in which the terminal’s antenna works. The antenna works better on a non-metallic surface. Metallic surfaces require more specific adjustments in order to get the terminal to work as intended.

  • Page 51: Care And Maintenance

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE Your Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfil any warranty obligations and to enjoy this product for many years.

  • Page 52: Important Safety Information

    The Nokia 30 GSM Connectivity Terminal is switched on when the power supply is connected to the terminal and to an AC outlet. Do not connect the power supply whenever it is forbidden to use a wireless device, or when it may cause interference or danger.

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    Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy. Posted facilities Do not use your terminal in any facility where posted notices so require. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 54: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 55: Technical Specifications

    5...95% non- condensing. The terminal is not protected against ingress of water or liquids of any type. Electro-magnetic compatibility The terminal is tested for electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) according to the EN 301 489-1/7/standards. Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Copyright ©2002 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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