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Unfortunately, this is sort of normal and expected. You could definitely try getting a new mouse, with a higher quality cable (read: more shielding). I would also suggest placing your phone on something relatively large and metal, or just find a new position on your desk where the interference is minimal.


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I am pretty sure these companies use ordinary SMS gateways, such as Kannel. My company is provided with this service by Beepsend and we can send SMS messages through a SOAP web service and specify any caller ID we want (alphanumericals allowed). Of course, using these services to send from a caller ID that belongs to someone else without their permission is ...


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You can't. But you can represent 8 samples in 13 bits, which is what is being done here.


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An antenna, by itself, can't magically create gain. The gain is mainly dependent on the shape of the antenna, and the surface area (how big it is). Consider the difference between two antennas: an ordinary omnidirectional one (broadcasts and receives in a nearly perfect sphere), and a highly directional one, such as a Yagi. Omnidirectional: Yagi: The ...


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Usually 3G USB internet modems do not provide functionality to place calls, although you may find a similar device which would enable this Have a look at these solutions: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/VOIP+GSM+Gateways


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You can if your phone and your telco allow it. I certainly do this with my Android phone on a pre-pay (PAYG) mobile phone account with O2. I use a USB cable (same one for charging, syncing data to PC) but you can also usually use a bluetooth wireless connection between phone and computer. It is called "tethering" See also mobile broadband vs tethering, ...


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Basically it depends whether your phone + carrier allow it.


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If you have driver+tool that allows you to access your phone's functionality you can use it . If you are on a linux machine all you need is Blueman . And as Red mentioned if your carrier allows it , you can do it.Most of them do anyway (I am yet to encounter someone whose carrier doesn't allow it)


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You'll need hardware and software to do that. For hardware, you could use a 3G Dongle like Huawei's or a phone and USB connectors. Personally I'd go for the USB dongles. They're made for 3G but you could also use them as GSM modems. They have a slot for your SIM card. The 3G dongles usually have their own dashboard software that'll allow it to interact ...


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The E220 is an ordinary modem that is capable of all the things that modems are capable of. It is a full internet connection, so you can send and receive anything that you can access on the internet with any other connection type. You can access web pages, do downloads, and send both SMS and MMS messages. If you do not have that capability, then the program ...


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You will need a GSM module and some PBX program, like Asterisk to do that (you can also create a PBX software using module's API). Take a look at this: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/GSM and find for "GSM PCI-Express Module" on google. Im sure you will find something on Pika Technologies or Khomp.


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I was also wondering about this; I just need to send fax from Linux via bluetooth phone, though - not receive them. So I thought I'd jot down my notes. Turns out, there's a program /usr/bin/fax - in Ubuntu, it's installed via sudo apt-get install efax (which is kinda inconvenient for online searches, as "eFax" is also the name of a well-know commercial ...


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In India, we have a few operators sell a SIM card with a dongle which you can use to surf the web with your laptop. Some of them have a feature to send texts too. Ask your operator. Also, if you have a Nokia phone, you can use Nokia PC Suite (free download) to type and send messages from your computer with a Bluetooth, USB or Infrared connection to your ...


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From what I understand, your command tries to connect specifically to a network with ID 53000. Instead, try the following: at+cops=0 According to various docs, this will allow the device to automatically select an appropriate network.


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I'm not 100% familiar with PPP, so I'm not sure of the fix, but your key line is: Jul 1 18:05:03 ubuntu-host pppd[783]: Protocol-Reject for 'Compression Control Protocol' (0x80fd) received It appears the ISP is rejecting the compression request. Perhaps if you disable compression it will work.


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The only thing you can really do is phone your provider and ask. It'll be different for each provider anyway.


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You can safely send ASCII information over SMS, provided you are encoding your characters to Binary PDU first. Some of the newer GSM modems like Wavecom and Multitech would even allow direct ASCII or even Unicode data to be sent. To check whether your modem supports SMS Text mode (instead of Binary PDU mode) use the following command AT+CMGF=1 If ...


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there was some product from china. but i'm not sure if it will work on your country or not. try checking in this site : modem GSM multi sims hope it will help you



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