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C o r p o r a t i o n
Modem Station
Getting Started Guide
This getting started guide contains information
on using your Bluetooth
Modem Station hard-
ware and software with a Bluetooth PC Card. We
strongly recommend that you read this guide
before using the device, even if you are already
familiar with Bluetooth technology and personal



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  • Page 1 F u j i t s u C o r p o r a t i o n ™ Bluetooth Modem Station Getting Started Guide I N S T R U C T I O N S This getting started guide contains information on using your Bluetooth Modem Station hard- ware and software with a Bluetooth PC Card.
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    Special Notices Electrical Information The Fujitsu Modem Station could malfunction in the event of a change in voltage due to electrical disturbance. To protect against voltage sag, use of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is recommended. The frequency band used for the Modem Station is the same...
  • Page 3 Modem Station. Before reading this guide, read the following information thoroughly. Do not install the Modem Station near medical elec- tronic equipment. Don’t use the Modem Station near an automatic door or fire alarm, otherwise radio waves transmitted by the Modem Station could affect its automatic control unit.
  • Page 4 Do not leave the unit in the following places: Where it is subject to excessive moisture, dust, heat, or cold On an unstable surface Where it is subject to mechanical shock During communication You can call up or be called up on the telephone connected to the Modem Station irrespective of whether the power to the personal computer or the Modem Station is turned on or off.
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    Getting Started This chapter describes basic matters that you should fully understand before performing communications using the Modem Station. Before proceeding, be sure to carefully review the important safety information starting on page page 2. Verification of Connector Type Before connecting the Modem Station, verify the connector to which you will connect is one of the types shown below.
  • Page 6 Make a change as described below when the line branch point used is other than a modular jack. - For rosette Replace the line branch point with a modular jack. - For three- or four-terminal jack Replace the line branch point with a modular jack or use a commercial conversion adapter for connection with a modular plug as shown below.
  • Page 7 Wireless communications can be performed via an analog line when a Bluetooth PC Card is used together with the Modem Station. Computer containing Modem Station Bluetooth Card Wireless Analog Line Communication Figure 3. Connecting with an Analog line...
  • Page 8 Items included with the Modem Station Make sure all the following items are contained in the package. If any item is missing or damaged, contact your reseller immediately. AC Adapter Modem Station Modem Setup Tool Disk Serial Cable Modular Cable Warranty Card Mounting Screws User’s Guide...
  • Page 9 Serial Connector (for future use only) Antenna (internal) Figure 5. Fujitsu Modem Station Status indicator lamps Note that all lamps blink for a few seconds when the power is turned first on. POWER: Lights while power to this unit is on.
  • Page 10 line). (TBD - Lit while the phone is connecting until it is connected, or until it is disconnected?) LINK: Lights while the unit is connected with a personal computer. Switches and Ports POWER switch This switch turns the Modem Station power on or off. DC IN port This terminal is connected with the DC plug of the supplied AC adapter.
  • Page 11 OF F Figure 6. Bottom Panel - Location of DIP Switches DIP switches Note that all DIP switches are set to OFF at the factory. Prior to changing DIP switch 3 and 4 positions, be sure to turn off power to the Modem Station Switch 1: Set to ON when you want to deaden a sound during line connection.
  • Page 12 2. Install the software. Install the driver and utility software on your computer to use the Bluetooth function with the module and PC card. (Refer to the Bluetooth PC Card manual. Install Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool in accordance with “Installing Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool” on page TBD 3.) Set up the operating environment 1.
  • Page 13 Preparing for Communications This chapter explains the preparations required for commu- nications, such as the installation of the unit or the setting of communication. Installation 1. Disconnect the modular cable of your telephone set from the jack of the telephone line. Figure 7.
  • Page 14 Figure 8. Connecting an Analog Line 3. Place the Modem Station vertically in a stable place. Note that the Modem Station can also be mounted on the wall. For more information, see “Mounting on the Wall” (-> P. 45). P O I N T The Modem Station can also be mounted to the wall.
  • Page 15 To carry out communications The Modem Station may not function properly in some environments. To ensure proper functioning, consider the following when installing your computer and Modem Station. Install your computer at a line-of-sight distance of approximately 160 feet (50m) or less fromthe Modem Station.
  • Page 16 Installing the Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool Install the Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool using a Bluetooth module or a personal computer in which a Bluetooth PC card is installed. P O I N T Bluetooth PC Utility must be installed before installing the Modem Setup Tool.
  • Page 17 15. Confirm that “Copy source of source file” is (A:\), then click the [OK] button. (Change the drive name of the floppy disk, according to your personal computer used.) 16. Click “FUJITSU FMWT-401”, then click the [Next] button. 17. Click “Bluetooth Virtual COM Port (COM3)”, then...
  • Page 18 P O I N T Depending on the setting of your personal computer, COM3 may change to COM1 or COM2. 18. Click the [End] button. 19. Take out the floppy disk of the Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool from the personal computer. The installation of the Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool is now complete.
  • Page 19 Change the modem, which browser, mail software, and FAX software use, to “FUJITSU FMWT-401” using your personal computer. This modem is displayed when Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool is installed properly. If this modem is not displayed, execute “Installing the Bluetooth Modem...
  • Page 20 • If the “Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool” icon is not dis- played in a task tray, click the “Start” button, “Pro- gram”, “FUJITSU Bluetooth PC Utility”, and “FUJITSU Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool”. • Another way to perform the same operation is to right- click the “Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool”...
  • Page 21 5. If the icon becomes red, the connection between the personal computer and Modem Station is completed. If so, you can access Internet or send or receive FAX using commercial FAX software. The operation proce- dure is the same as when using a general modem. P O I N T S Follow the procedure below when terminating communication.
  • Page 22 P O I N T A Bluetooth passkey (PIN code) is displayed for security with “*”. If you may have entered the Bluetooth passkey (PIN code) incorrectly, delete the code once and reenter it. 3. Click the [Set] button.
  • Page 23 If you are experiencing a problem with the Modem Station, follow the instructions on this page to solve it or refer to your computer manual. If you cannot solve the problem, contact your local Fujitsu Personal Echo Center or your seller for assistance. Problem Possible Cause/Solution •...
  • Page 24 Problem Possible Cause/Solution The following This error message will be displayed error messages are when Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool displayed: cannot be normally operated for some reason and terminated forcibly. TBD TBD TBD Restart the personal computer. This error message is displayed when TBD TBD TBD you try to connect from the Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool after the Bluetooth...
  • Page 25 AT commands Select the operating mode of the modem using AT commands. All commands, in the same command line, which follow command A are ignored. This command puts the unit into the automatic incoming mode. The modem replies immediately to the calling, regardless of the value of S0 register (the count of bell ringing required for a reply).
  • Page 26 * This parameter is written in non-volatile memory by &W. Dials using a pulse dial. * This parameter is written in non-volatile memory by &W. Confirms the dialing tone before dialing the subsequent numbers. Used when accessing an exchange that makes no dialing tone.
  • Page 27 (A blank, comma (“,”), and hyphen (“-“) can be entered for easy-to-read operation.) [Related parameters] P, T ATEn This command selects whether to return an echo to the command sent from the personal computer. * This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. Disables a command echo.
  • Page 28 ATIn This command displays the information on ROM. [Explanation of parameters] Displays the version of the driver. Displays the version of the driver. ATLn This command is used when switching the volume of the speaker. * This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. Sets the volume of the speaker to low.
  • Page 29 Turns on the speaker during dial calling and turns it off during reception of a carrier from the destination modem. Sets the speaker to on at all times. Turns on the speaker after a dial number is sent and turns it off after carrier reception. Factory setting value: M1 ATOn This command is used to return the modem to the online...
  • Page 30 ATSr=n This command writes a value in the specified S register. Number of S register (0 to 91) Value to be written in S register Example: ATS0=2S6=5 @ The modem writes 2 in SO register and 5 in S6 register. ATSr? This command is used to read the contents of S register.
  • Page 31 ATVn This command selects whether to return a message (response code) to the terminal device as a short or long one. * This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. Figure 11. Explanation of parameters VO: Short Message V1: Long Message CONNECT RING NO CARRIER...
  • Page 32 VO: Short Message V1: Long Message CONNECT 28800 EC* CONNECT 31200 EC* CONNECT 33600 EC* CONNECT 38400 EC* CONNECT 57600 EC* CONNECT 115200 EC* BLACKLISTED CONNECT 32000 EC* CONNECT 36000 EC* CONNECT 40000 EC* CONNECT 44000 EC* CONNECT 48000 EC* CONNECT 52000 EC* CONNECT 56000 EC* CONNECT 28000 EC*...
  • Page 33 Symbol Description V42bis V.42 error correction and V.42bis data compression. V.42 error correction only MNP class 4 error correction and MNP class 5 data MNP5 compression MNP4 MNP class 4 error correction only NoEC No error correction Factory setting value: V1 Related parameters: \v...
  • Page 34 ATXn This command specifies whether to dial after confirming a dial tone, confirm a busy tone after dialing, and confirm the ringing back (bell ringing). This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. No DIal Busy Dialing Result Code Tone Code After time speci-...
  • Page 35 P O I N T All commands that follow Z in the same command line are ignored. &F, &W Related parameters: This command executes the command line just before the current one again. P O I N T The A/ command is the only command that AT does not precede.
  • Page 36 AT&Dn This command selects whether to ignore the ER signal from the personal computer. * This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. &D0 Ignores ER signal. &D1 The modem changes from online state to command state when ER signal is set from on to off. &D2 A line is disconnected when ER signal is set from on to off.
  • Page 37 AT&Pn This command selects the speed of a dial pulse. * This command is written in non-volatile memory by &W. &P1 Sets the speed of a pulse dial to 10 pps. &P2 Sets the speed of a pulse dial to 20 pps. Related parameters: &P1 AT&Sn This command selects the operation of the DR (data set...
  • Page 38 &W0 Writes the operation state of the current modem in Profile 0. &W1 Writes the operation state of the current modem in Profile 1. Z, &F Factory setting value: AT&Zr=n This command memorizes the telephone number following &Zr (r = 0 to 3) in non-volatile memory. (The ATDSr command reads this telephone number for dialing.) The character string of a telephone number is the same as how to describe the ATD command.
  • Page 39 S register function list Init. Description Unit Range Value Setting automatic reply and number of rings until auto- matic reply is obtained. 0: No automatic reply Rings 000-015 1~015: Replies automatically according to the number of setting times. Carriage return character (CR) ASCII 000-127 Line feed character (LF)
  • Page 40: Specifications

    Specifications Modem Station Incorporated into the Modem Station. LINE (modem) Data: 56kbps (V.90- and terminal K56flex-compatible. FAX: 14.4 kbps Modular Jack: RJ-11 TEL terminal Modular Jack: RJ-11 Interface Wireless communica- tion function with Bluetooth Specification V1.0B wireless communica- tion card. RS-232C D-sub 9-pin (Not cur- Serial connector rently used;...
  • Page 41 Modem Applicable line Public subscriber telephone line Pulse dial Dial format Tone dial Communication Data mode full-duplex/FAX mode half- system duplex communication Data mode: ITU-T V.90/V.34/V.32bis/V.32/V.22bis Communication K56flex standard (The transmission side conforms to V.34) FAX mode: ITU-T V.17/V.29/V.27/V.21ch2 Data Mode During reception: 56000/54666/54000/53333/52000/ 50666/50000/49333/48000/46666/...
  • Page 42 Figure 12. Bluetooth Modem Setup Tool Windows Me, Windows 2000, Supported OS* Windows 98 Fujitsu Bluetooth PC Utility must Operating conditions have been installed in your PC. * Use the OS with which your Bluetooth module and Blue- tooth PC card are compatible.
  • Page 43 Mounting on the wall Install supplied screws on a pillar or wall and put them securely on the screw holes on the right side panel of the Modem Station, with the figure below as a reference. approximately 2.9” Figure 13. Mounting Screw Locations P O I N T The screws that are supplied with the Modem Station are for use with wood.
  • Page 44 Bluetooth is a trademark of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Eric- sson and Fujitsu is licensed to use it. Fujitsu and the Fujitsu logo are registered trademarks Fujitsu, Ltd., and LifeBook is a trademark of Fujitsu PC Corporation. WinDVD is a trademark of InterVideo, Incorpo- rated.