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8.60  Battery connection status +CBCON |R9|Word‑p. 192

Command Possible response(s)
+CBCON=[<reporting>]
+CBCON? +CBCON: <reporting>,<bcs>
+CBCON=? +CBCON: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
Set command enables reporting upon change in battery connection status, with unsolicited result code +CBCON: <bcs>.
Read command returns the status of result code presentation and the current battery status.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type. Enables and disables reporting of changes in the battery connection status.
0 (default)
disable reporting
1
enable reporting
<bcs>
integer type. Indicates the battery status.
0
ME is powered by the battery
1
ME has a battery connected, but is not powered by it
2
ME does not have a battery connected
3
Recognized power fault, calls inhibited
Implementation
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8.61  Battery charger status +CBCHG |R9|Word‑p. 193

Command Possible response(s)
+CBCHG=[<reporting>]
+CBCHG? +CBCHG: <reporting>,<chg_status>
+CBCHG=? +CBCHG: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
Set command enables reporting upon change in battery charger status, with unsolicited result code +CBCHG: <chg_status>.
Read command returns the status of result code presentation and the current battery charger status.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type. Enables and disables reporting of changes in the battery charger status.
0 (default)
disable reporting
1
enable reporting
<chg_status>
integer type. Indicates type of battery charger status.
0
no charger connected
1
charger connected, normal type charger
2
charger connected, USB type charger
Implementation
Optional.
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8.62  Printing IP address format +CGPIAF |R9|Word‑p. 193

Command Possible response(s)
+CGPIAF=[<IPv6_AddressFormat>[,<IPv6_SubnetNotation>[,<IPv6_LeadingZeros>[,<IPv6_CompressZeros>]]]]
+CGPIAF? +CGPIAF: <IPv6_AddressFormat>,<IPv6_SubnetNotation>,<IPv6_LeadingZeros>,<IPv6_CompressZeros>
+CGPIAF=? +CGPIAF: (list of supported <IPv6_AddressFormat>s),(list of supported <IPv6_SubnetNotation>s),(list of supported <IPv6_LeadingZeros>s),(list of supported <IPv6_CompressZeros>s)
Description
Set command decides what format to print IPV6 address parameters of other AT commands. See RFC 4291 for details of the IPv6 address format.
The +CGPIAF parameters <IPv6_AddressFormat>, <IPv6_SubnetNotation>, <IPv6_LeadingZeros> and <IPv6_CompressedZeros> affect the following commands and parameters:
  1. in +CGTFT and +CGTFTRDP, the <remote address and subnet mask>;
  2. in +CGDCONT, the <PDP_addr>;
  3. in +CGPADDR, the <PDP_addr_1> and <PDP_addr_2>;
  4. in +CGCONTRDP, the <local address and subnet mask>, <DNS_prim_addr>, <DNS_sec_addr>, <P_CSCF_prim_addr> and <P_CSCF_sec_addr>; and
  5. in +CRC, the <PDP_addr> of unsolicited result code +CRING: GPRS <PDP_type>, <PDP_addr>[, [<L2P>][,<APN>]].
Read command returns the current command parameter settings.
Test command returns values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<IPv6_AddressFormat>
integer type, decides the IPv6 address format. Relevant for all AT command parameters that can hold an IPv6 address.
0 (default)
Use IPv4-like dot-notation. IP address, and subnetwork mask if applicable, are dot-separated.
Example:
For <remote address and subnet mask>:
"32.1.13.184.0.0.205.48.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.255.255.255.255.255.255.255.240.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0"
For other IP address parameters:
"32.1.13.184.0.0.205.48.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0"
1
Use IPv6-like colon-notation. IP address, and subnetwork mask if applicable and when given explicitly, are separated by a space.
Example:
For <remote address and subnet mask>:
"2001:0DB8:0000:CD30:0000:0000:0000:0000 FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFF0:0000:0000:0000:0000"
For other IP address parameters:
"2001:0DB8:0000:CD30:0000:0000:0000:0000"
<IPv6_SubnetNotation>
integer type, decides the subnet-notation for <remote address and subnet mask. Setting does not apply if <IPv6_AddressFormat>=0.
0 (default)
Both IP Address and subnet mask are stated explicitly, separated by a space.
Example:
"2001:0DB8:0000:CD30:0000:0000:0000:0000 FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFF0:0000:0000:0000:0000"
1
The printout format is applying / (forward slash) subnet-prefix Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) notation.
Example:
"2001:0DB8:0000:CD30:0000:0000:0000:0000/60"
<IPv6_LeadingZeros>
integer type, decides whether leading zeros are omitted or not. Setting does not apply if <IPv6_AddressFormat>=0.
0
Leading zeros are omitted.
Example: "2001:DB8:0:CD30:0:0:0:0"
1
Leading zeros are included.
Example: "2001:0DB8:0000:CD30:0000:0000:0000:0000"
<IPv6_CompressZeros>
integer type, decides whether 1-n instances of 16-bit zero-values are replaced by only '::'. This applies only once. Setting does not apply if <IPv6_AddressFormat>=0.
0 (default)
No zero compression.
Example:
"2001:DB8:0:CD30:0:0:0:0"
1
Use zero compression.
Example:
"2001:DB8:0:CD30::"
Implementation
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8.63  IMS single radio voice call continuity +CISRVCC |R10|Word‑p. 195

Command Possible response(s)
+CISRVCC=[<uesrvcc>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CISRVCC? +CISRVCC: <uesrvcc>
+CISRVCC=? +CISRVCC: (list of supported <uesrvcc>s)
Description
SRVCC provides the ability to have a seamless handover of a voice call between the PS domain and the CS domain for calls that are anchored in IMS, when the UE is capable of transmitting/receiving on only one of those access networks (PS or CS) at a given time, see TS 23.221, clause 7.2a, Annex A.1 and Annex A.2. The SRVCC support also includes the support of 5G-SRVCC from NG-RAN to UTRAN as specified in TS 23.216, clause 6.5.4.
Set command informs MT about the SRVCC Support. MT normally updates the network when changing this parameter. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Read command returns the status of the MT stored SRVCC Support.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<uesrvcc>: integer type. SRVCC support status
0 (default)
The UE does not have SRVCC support
1
The UE has SRVCC support
Implementation
Optional.
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8.64  IMS network reporting +CIREP |R10|Word‑p. 195

Command Possible response(s)
+CIREP=[<reporting>]
+CIREP? +CIREP: <reporting>,<nwimsvops>[,<nwimsvops_n3gpp>]
+CIREP=? +CIREP: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
Set command enables or disables reporting of PS to CS Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SRVCC), PS to CS Single Radio Video Call Continuity (vSRVCC) handover information and CS to PS Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (see TS 24.237), of IMS Voice Over PS sessions (IMSVOPS) indicator information and of IMS Voice Over PS sessions over non-3GPP (IMSVOPS-N3GPP) indicator information, by the following unsolicited result codes:
+CIREPI: <nwimsvops>[, <nwimsvops_n3gpp>] IMS Voice Over PS sessions (IMSVOPS) supported indication from the network and IMS Voice Over PS sessions over non-3GPP (IMSVOPS-N3GPP) supported indication.
+CIREPH: <srvcch> Provides PS to CS SRVCC, PS to CS vSRVCC and CS to PS SRVCC handover information.
Read command returns the status of result code presentation and the IMSVOPS supported indication.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type. Enables or disables reporting of changes in the IMSVOPS and the IMSVOPS-N3GPP supported indications received from the network and reporting of PS to CS SRVCC, PS to CS vSRVCC and CS to PS SRVCC handover information.
0 (default)
Disable reporting
1
Enable reporting
<nwimsvops>
integer type. Gives the last IMS Voice Over PS sessions (IMSVOPS) supported indication received from network.
0
IMSVOPS support indication is not received from network, or is negative.
1
IMSVOPS support indication as received from network is positive.
<nwimsvops_n3gpp>
integer type. Gives the last IMS Voice Over PS sessions over non-3GPP (IMSVOPS-N3GPP) supported indication received from network. The parameter is only provided in a 5GS system.
0
IMSVOPS-N3GPP support indication is not received from network, or is negative.
1
IMSVOPS-N3GPP support indication as received from network is positive.
<srvcch>
integer type. PS to CS SRVCC, PS to CS vSRVCC and CS to PS SRVCC handover information.
0
PS to CS SRVCC handover has started in the CS domain ("Handover Command" indicating PS to CS SRVCC received).
1
PS to CS SRVCC handover successful ("Handover Complete" sent).
2
PS to CS SRVCC or PS to CS vSRVCC handover cancelled ("Handover Failure" sent).
3
PS to CS SRVCC or PS to CS vSRVCC handover, general non-specific failure.
4
PS to CS vSRVCC handover has started in the CS domain ("Handover Command" indicating vSRVCC received).
5
PS to CS vSRVCC handover successful ("Handover Complete" sent).
6
CS to PS SRVCC handover has started in the PS domain ("Handover Command" indicating CS to PS SRVCC received).
7
CS to PS SRVCC handover cancelled ("Handover Failure" sent).
8
CS to PS SRVCC handover, general non-specific failure.
9
CS to PS SRVCC handover successful ("Handover Complete" sent).
Implementation
Optional.
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8.65  Remaining PIN retries +CPINR |R10|Word‑p. 197

Command Possible response(s)
+CPINR[=<sel_code>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CPINR=?
Description
Execution command cause the MT to return the number of remaining PIN retries for the MT passwords with intermediate result code +CPINR: <code>,<retries>[,<default_retries>] for standard PINs and +CPINRE: <ext_code>,<retries>[,<default_retries>] for manufacturer specific PINs. One line with one intermediate result code is returned for every <code> or <ext_code> selected by <sel_code>.
When execution command is issued without the optional parameter <sel_code>, intermediate result codes are returned for all <code>s and <ext_code>s.
In the intermediate result codes, the parameter <default_retries> is an optional (manufacturer specific) parameter, per <code> and <ext_code>.
Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Defined values
<retries>
integer type. Number of remaining retries per PIN.
<default_retries>
integer type. Number of default/initial retries per PIN.
<code>
Type of PIN. All values listed under the description of the AT+CPIN command, <code> parameter, except 'READY'.
<ext_code>
Extended, manufacturer specific codes.
<sel_code>
String type. Same values as for the <code> and <ext_code> parameters. These values are strings and shall be indicated within double quotes. It is optional to support wildcard match by '*', meaning match any (sub-)string.
Example:
AT+CPINR="SIM*" will return the lines:
+CPINR: SIM PIN,<retries>,<default_retries>
+CPINR: SIM PUK,<retries>,<default_retries>
+CPINR: SIM PIN2,<retries>,<default_retries>
+CPINR: SIM PUK2,<retries>,<default_retries>
Example:
AT+CPINR="*SIM*" will additionally return the lines:
+CPINR: PH-SIM PIN,<retries>,<default_retries>
+CPINR: PH-FSIM PIN,<retries>,<default_retries>
+CPINR: PH-FSIM PUK,<retries>,<default_retries>
Implementation
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8.66  Set card slot +CSUS |R10|Word‑p. 198

Command Possible response(s)
+CSUS=[<card slot>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CSUS? +CSUS: <card slot>
+CSUS=? +CSUS: (number of supported <card slot>s)
Description
When a MT is equipped with multiple card slots, the set command directs the MT to select the SIM/UICC card installed in the indicated card slot in all future actions that require the use of SIM/UICC.
If this command is issued when a SIM/UICC is active, +CME ERROR is returned. Refer to clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Read command returns the currently selected card slot.
Test command returns the number of card slots in the MT as a compound value.
The numbering of card slots is implementation dependent.
Defined values
<card slot>
integer type.
0 (default)
the SIM/UICC card installed in card slot 0
1
the SIM/UICC card installed in card slot 1
2
the SIM/UICC card installed in card slot 2
3
the SIM/UICC card installed in card slot 3
Implementation
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8.67  Emergency numbers +CEN |R10|Word‑p. 198

Command Possible response(s)
+CEN=[<reporting>]
+CEN? +CEN1: <reporting>[,<mcc>,<mnc>]
<CR><LF>[+CEN2: <cat>,<number>
[<CR><LF>+CEN2: <cat>,<number>
[...]]]
[<CR><LF>+CEN3: <validity>
<CR><LF>[+CEN4: <number-ext>,<sub-services>
[<CR><LF>+CEN4: <number-ext>,<sub-services>
[...]]]]
+CEN=? +CEN: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
This command allows for reading and dynamical reporting of local emergency numbers and categories or emergency service URNs as received from the network in the Emergency Number List IE (see TS 24.008) and the Extended Emergency Number List IE (see TS 24.301. The emergency numbers are not necessarily received for the same <mcc> and <mnc> as currently registered to.
Read command returns one line of intermediate result code +CEN1: <reporting>,<mcc>,<mnc> with the current <reporting> setting and the Mobile Country Code <mcc> and Mobile Network Code <mnc>. Then follows zero or more occurrences of the local emergency number received in the Emergency Number List IE with intermediate result code +CEN2: <cat>,<number>. This is followed by one line of intermediate result code +CEN3: <validity> with the current <validity> setting. This is followed by zero or more occurrences of the local emergency number received in the Extended Emergency Number List IE and an associated sub-service with intermediate result code +CEN4: <number-ext>,<sub-service>.
Set command enables reporting of local emergency numbers received from the network with unsolicited result codes equal to the intermediate result codes of the read form of the command.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type. Enables and disables reporting of local emergency numbers received from the network.
0 (default)
Disable reporting
1
Enable reporting
<mcc>
integer type. A three-digit value indicating mobile country code as defined in ITU-T Recommendation E.212 [10] Annex A.
<mnc>
integer type. A three-digit value indicating the mobile network code.
<cat>
integer type. A bitmap indicating the Emergency Service Category Value according to TS 24.008 table 10.5.135d.
<number>
String type. Representing a local emergency number from the list received in the Emergency Number List IE in TS 24.008, clause 10.5.3.13. The <number> is encoded with one digit per character and is applicable to the country indicated by <mcc>.
<validity>
integer type. Indicated validity of the local emergency number associated sub-service from the list received in the Extended Emergency Number List IE in TS 24.301, clause 9.9.3.37A.
0
Extended Local Emergency Numbers List is valid in the country of the PLMN from which this IE is received
1
Extended Local Emergency Numbers List is valid only in the PLMN from which this IE is received
<number-ext>
String type. Representing a local emergency number from the list received in the Extended Emergency Number List IE in TS 24.301, clause 9.9.3.37A. The <number-ext> is encoded with one digit per character and is applicable to the country indicated by <mcc>.
<sub-service>
String type. Representing an associated sub-service to the <number-ext>. The <sub-service> is encoded in the GSM 7 bit default alphabet and is applicable to the country indicated by <mcc> or to the PLMN indicated by the <mcc> and <mnc>. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
Implementation
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8.68  Availability for voice calls with IMS +CAVIMS |R10|Word‑p. 200

Command Possible response(s)
+CAVIMS=[<state>]
+CAVIMS? +CAVIMS: <state>
+CAVIMS=? +CAVIMS: (list of supported <state>s)
Description
Set command informs the MT whether the UE is currently available for voice calls with the IMS (see TS 24.229). The information can be used by the MT to determine "IMS voice not available" as defined in TS 24.301 and TS 24.501, and for mobility management for IMS voice termination, see TS 24.008.
Read command returns the UEs IMS voice call availability status stored in the MT.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<state>
integer type. The UEs IMS voice call availability status.
0 (default)
Voice calls with the IMS are not available
1
Voice calls with the IMS are available
Implementation
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8.69  Extended signal quality +CESQ |R10|Word‑p. 200

Command Possible response(s)
+CESQ +CESQ: <rxlev>,<ber>,<rscp>,<ecno>,<rsrq>,<rsrp>,<ss_rsrq>,<ss_rsrp>,<ss_sinr>
+CME ERROR: <err>
+CESQ=? +CESQ: (list of supported <rxlev>s),(list of supported <ber>s),(list of supported <rscp>s),(list of supported <ecno>s),(list of supported <rsrq>s),(list of supported <rsrp>s), (list of supported <ss_rsrq>s),(list of supported <ss_rsrp>s), (list of supported <ss_sinr>s)
Description
Execution command returns received signal quality parameters. If the current serving cell is not a GERAN cell, <rxlev> and <ber> are set to value 99. If the current serving cell is not a UTRA FDD or UTRA TDD cell, <rscp> is set to 255. If the current serving cell is not a UTRA FDD cell, <ecno> is set to 255. If the current serving cell is not an E-UTRA cell, <rsrq> and <rsrp> are set to 255. If the current serving cell is not an NR cell, <ss_rsrq>, <ss_rsrp> and <ss_sinr> are set to 255.
Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Test command returns values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<rxlev>
integer type, received signal strength level (see TS 45.008, clause 8.1.4).
0
rssi < -110 dBm
1
-110 dBm ≤ rssi < -109 dBm
2
-109 dBm ≤ rssi < -108 dBm
:
: : :
61
-50 dBm ≤ rssi < -49 dBm
62
-49 dBm ≤ rssi < -48 dBm
63
-48 dBm ≤ rssi
99
not known or not detectable
<ber>
integer type; channel bit error rate (in percent).
0...7
as RXQUAL values in the table in TS 45.008, clause 8.2.4
9\9 not known or not detectable
<rscp>
integer type, received signal code power (see TS 25.133, clause 9.1.1.3 and TS 25.123, clause 9.1.1.1.3).
0
rscp < -120 dBm
1
-120 dBm ≤ rscp < -119 dBm
2
-119 dBm ≤ rscp < -118 dBm
:
: : :
94
-27 dBm ≤ rscp < -26 dBm
95
-26 dBm ≤ rscp < -25 dBm
96
- 25 dBm ≤ rscp
255
not known or not detectable
<ecno>
integer type, ratio of the received energy per PN chip to the total received power spectral density (see TS 25.133 clause).
0
Ec/Io < -24 dB
1
-24 dB ≤ Ec/Io < -23.5 dB
2
-23.5 dB ≤ Ec/Io < -23 dB
:
: : :
47
-1 dB ≤ Ec/Io < -0.5 dB
48
-0.5 dB ≤ Ec/Io < 0 dB
49
0 dB ≤ Ec/Io
255
not known or not detectable
<rsrq>
integer type, reference signal received quality (see TS 36.133, clause 9.1.7).
0
rsrq < -19.5 dB
1
-19.5 dB ≤ rsrq < -19 dB
2
-19 dB ≤ rsrq < -18.5 dB
:
: : :
32
-4 dB ≤ rsrq < -3.5 dB
33
-3.5 dB ≤ rsrq < -3 dB
34
-3 dB ≤ rsrq
255
not known or not detectable
<rsrp>
integer type, reference signal received power (see TS 36.133, clause 9.1.4).
0
rsrp < -140 dBm
1
-140 dBm ≤ rsrp < -139 dBm
2
-139 dBm ≤ rsrp < -138 dBm
:
: : :
95
-46 dBm ≤ rsrp < -45 dBm
96
-45 dBm ≤ rsrp < -44 dBm
97
-44 dBm ≤ rsrp
255
not known or not detectable
<ss_rsrq>
integer type, synchronization signal based reference signal received quality (see TS 38.133, clause 10.1.11).
0
ss_rsrq < -43 dB
1
-43 dB ≤ ss_rsrq < -42.5 dB
2
-42.5 dB ≤ ss_rsrq < -42 dB
:
: : :
124
18.5 dB ≤ ss_rsrq < 19 dB
125
19 dB ≤ ss_rsrq < 19.5 dB
126
19.5 dB ≤ ss_rsrq < 20 dB
255
not known or not detectable
<ss_rsrp>
integer type, synchronization signal based reference signal received power (see TS 38.133, clause 10.1.6).
0
ss_rsrp < -156 dBm
1
-156 dBm ≤ ss_rsrp < -155 dBm
2
-155 dBm ≤ ss_rsrp < -154 dBm
:
: : :
125
-32 dBm ≤ ss_rsrp < -31 dBm
126
-31 dBm ≤ ss_rsrp
255
not known or not detectable
<ss_sinr>
integer type, synchronization signal based signal to noise and interference ratio (see TS 38.133, clause 10.1.16).
0
ss_sinr < -23 dB
1
-23 dB ≤ ss_sinr < -22.5 dB
2
-22.5 dB ≤ ss_sinr < -22 dB
:
: : :
125
39 dB ≤ ss_sinr < 39.5 dBm
126
39.5 dB ≤ ss_sinr < 40 dB
127
40 dB ≤ ss_sinr
255
not known or not detectable
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