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  1. #1
    Nir Orlev
    Guest
    Hi,


    I need some basic directions...

    I want to create a device that connects to a cellphone through the carkit
    socket, and activates the phone features. Something that works like the
    Nokia keyboard that plugs in and lets you type SMS messages easily.

    My questions are:

    A. Are all Motorola/Nokia cell phones using the same protocol? If I create
    such a device, will it work on more then one model (even if the connector
    itself has to be replaces)? Does all the models have the same comm.
    protocol? If not, what would be the best model to experience with?

    B. Where can I find such comm. protocols, so I can access the phone
    features?

    C. Can a regular PC connector be used to test such protocol? To send direct
    commands to the phone, and try to activate it externally? Or should I be
    using another device for the test?

    Any hints or directions for further reading will be appreciated...


    -Nir





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  2. #2
    Joseph
    Guest

    Re: Cell phone extensions design

    On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 15:22:00 +0200, "Nir Orlev" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Does all the models have the same comm.
    >protocol? If not, what would be the best model to experience with?


    Experience??????

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  3. #3
    Moo
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    Re: Cell phone extensions design

    > Does all the models have the same comm.
    > protocol? If not, what would be the best model to experience with?
    >



    Most 'models' do have the same 'ports' but I suppose with regards to
    experience it would have to be with which ever tart will have you....






  4. #4
    Nir Orlev
    Guest

    Re: Cell phone extensions design

    Very mature.... Will using the word "experiment" make my question any
    clearer?!


    "Joseph" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 15:22:00 +0200, "Nir Orlev" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >Does all the models have the same comm.
    > >protocol? If not, what would be the best model to experience with?

    >
    > Experience??????
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  5. #5
    R Smith
    Guest

    Re: Cell phone extensions design

    You can do all of that with a standard Ericsson F220M and SMS phone. It even
    has an optional infra red keyboard.

    you can see all this at
    http://www.powertec.com.au/index.php/page/accessories



    "Nir Orlev" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    >
    >
    > I need some basic directions...
    >
    > I want to create a device that connects to a cellphone through the carkit
    > socket, and activates the phone features. Something that works like the
    > Nokia keyboard that plugs in and lets you type SMS messages easily.
    >
    > My questions are:
    >
    > A. Are all Motorola/Nokia cell phones using the same protocol? If I create
    > such a device, will it work on more then one model (even if the connector
    > itself has to be replaces)? Does all the models have the same comm.
    > protocol? If not, what would be the best model to experience with?
    >
    > B. Where can I find such comm. protocols, so I can access the phone
    > features?
    >
    > C. Can a regular PC connector be used to test such protocol? To send

    direct
    > commands to the phone, and try to activate it externally? Or should I be
    > using another device for the test?
    >
    > Any hints or directions for further reading will be appreciated...
    >
    >
    > -Nir
    >
    >






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