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Arduino and SIM900 GSM Modules tutorial

Posted on Thursday, December 19th, 2013 in Arduino, tutorials by DP

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John Boxall over at Tronixstuff has a series of Arduino tutorials.  This chapter fifty-five of a series will show you how to use the SIM900 GSM modules with Arduino:

The goal of this tutorial is to illustrate various methods of interaction between an Arduino Uno (or compatible) and the GSM cellular network using a SIM900 GSM shield, with which you can then use your existing knowledge to build upon those methods.
We’ll be using a SIMCOM SIM900 GSM module shield. (If you’re looking for tutorials on the Spreadtrum SM5100 modules, start here). There must be scores of Arduino shields or modules using the SIM900, so as you can imagine each one may be a little bit different with regards to the hardware side of things – so we’re assuming you have an understanding of how hardware and software serial works as well as supply voltages and the hardware side of the Arduino world.

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One Response to “Arduino and SIM900 GSM Modules tutorial”

  1. m2msupport says:

    Please see Simcom Module Tutorial. With AT Command Tester tool, you can test all features of Simcom module.

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