Set command

The set command reads modem parameters.

Syntax:

%XMONITOR

Response syntax:v1.0.xv1.1.x

%XMONITOR: <reg_status>,[<full_name>,<short_name>,<plmn>,<tac>,<AcT>,<band>,<cell_id>,
<phys_cell_id>,<EARFCN>,<rsrp>,<snr>,<NW-provided_eDRX_value>,<Active-Time>,<Periodic-TAU>]

Response syntax:v1.2.xv1.3.x

%XMONITOR: <reg_status>,[<full_name>,<short_name>,<plmn>,<tac>,<AcT>,<band>,<cell_id>,
<phys_cell_id>,<EARFCN>,<rsrp>,<snr>,<NW-provided_eDRX_value>,<Active-Time>,<Periodic-TAU-ext>,
<Periodic-TAU>]

The response parameters and their defined values are the following:

<reg_status>
0 – Not registered. User Equipment (UE) is not currently searching for an operator to register to.
1 – Registered, home network
2 – Not registered, but UE is currently trying to attach or searching an operator to register to
3 – Registration denied
4 – Unknown (for example, out of Evolved Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN) coverage)
5 – Registered, roaming
90 – Not registered due to Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC) failure
Note: The optional part is included in the response only when <reg_status> is 1 or 5. Some parameters may not be present in specific circumstances. For example, <phys_cell_id>, <EARFCN>, <rsrp>, and <snr> are not available when the device is not camped on a cell.
<full_name>
String in alphanumeric format. Operator name.
<short_name>
String in alphanumeric format. Operator name.
<plmn>
String of digits. Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC) values.
<tac>
String in hexadecimal format. 2-byte Tracking Area Code (TAC).
<AcT>
7 – E-UTRAN
9 – E-UTRAN NB-S1
<band>
Integer, 1−68. See 3GPP 36.101. The value is 0 when current band information is not available.
<cell_id>
String in hexadecimal format. 4-byte E-UTRAN cell ID.
<phys_cell_id>
Integer. Physical cell ID.
<EARFCN>
Integer. E-UTRA Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number (EARFCN) for a given cell where EARFCN is as defined in 3GPP TS 36.101.
<rsrp>
0 – RSRP < −140 dBm
1 – When −140 dBm ≤ RSRP < −139 dBm
2 – When −139 dBm ≤ RSRP < −138 dBm
...
95 – When −46 dBm ≤ RSRP < −45 dBm
96 – When −45 dBm ≤ RSRP < −44 dBm
97 – When −44 dBm ≤ RSRP
255 – Not known or not detectable
The index value of RSRP can be converted to decibel with the following formula: Index – 140 = dBm. For example, 95 – 140 = –45 dBm.
<snr>
0 – SNR < −24 dB
1 – When −24 dB ≤ SNR < −23 dB
2 – When −23 dB ≤ SNR < −22 dB
...
47 – When 22 dB ≤ SNR < 23 dB
48 – When 23 dB ≤ SNR < 24 dB
49 – When 24 dB ≤ SNR
127 – Not known or not detectable
The index value of SNR can be converted to decibel with the following formula: Index – 24 = dB. For example, 1 – 24 = –23 dB and 47 – 24 = 23 dB.
<NW-provided_eDRX_value>
String. Half a byte in 4-bit format. The Extended Discontinuous Reception (eDRX) value refers to bit 4 to 1 of octet 3 of the Extended DRX parameters information element (see 3GPP TS 24.008, subclause 10.5.5.32).

Bit

4 3 2 1 – E-UTRAN e-I-DRX cycle length duration

0 0 0 0 – 5.12 seconds1

0 0 0 1 – 10.24 seconds1

0 0 1 0 – 20.48 seconds

0 0 1 1 – 40.96 seconds

0 1 0 0 – 61.44 seconds2

0 1 0 1 – 81.92 seconds

0 1 1 0 – 102.4 seconds2

0 1 1 1 – 122.88 seconds2

1 0 0 0 – 143.36 seconds2

1 0 0 1 – 163.84 seconds

1 0 1 0 – 327.68 seconds

1 0 1 1 – 655,36 seconds

1 1 0 0 – 1310.72 seconds

1 1 0 1 – 2621.44 seconds

1 1 1 0 – 5242.88 seconds3

1 1 1 1 – 10485.76 seconds3

<Active-Time>
String. 1 byte in 8-bit format.

Optional. Timer value updated if present. If not present, the value of the requested Active-Time is set to the manufacturer-specific default. For the coding and value range, see the GPRS Timer 2 IE in 3GPP TS 24.008 Table 10.5.163/3GPP TS 24.008.

Bits 5 to 1 represent the binary coded timer value.

Bits 8 to 6 define the timer value unit for the General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) timer as follows:

Bits

8 7 6

0 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 2 seconds

0 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 minute

0 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 6 minutes

1 1 1 – Value indicates that the timer is deactivated

<Periodic-TAU>v1.0.xv1.1.x
String. 1 byte in 8-bit format.
Indicates the extended periodic Tracking Area Update (TAU) value (T3412_EXT extended value) allocated to the device in E-UTRAN. For the coding and value range, see the GPRS Timer 3 IE in 3GPP TS 24.008 Table 10.5.163a/3GPP TS 24.008.
GPRS Timer 3 value (octet 3).
Bits 5 to 1 represent the binary coded timer value.
Bits 8 to 6 defines the timer value unit for the GPRS timer as follows:
Bits
8 7 6
0 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 10 minutes
0 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 hour
0 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 10 hours
0 1 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 2 seconds
1 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 30 seconds
1 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 minute
1 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 320 hours
1 1 1 – Value indicates that the timer is deactivated
<Periodic-TAU-ext>v1.2.xv1.3.x
String. 1 byte in 8-bit format.
Indicates the extended periodic TAU value (T3412_EXT extended value) allocated to the device in E-UTRAN. For the coding and value range, see the GPRS Timer 3 IE in 3GPP TS 24.008 Table 10.5.163a/3GPP TS 24.008.
GPRS Timer 3 value (octet 3).
Bits 5 to 1 represent the binary coded timer value.
Bits 8 to 6 defines the timer value unit for the GPRS timer as follows:
Bits
8 7 6
0 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 10 minutes
0 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 hour
0 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 10 hours
0 1 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 2 seconds
1 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 30 seconds
1 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 minute
1 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 320 hours
1 1 1 – Value indicates that the timer is deactivated
<Periodic-TAU>v1.2.xv1.3.x
String. 1 byte in 8-bit format.

Optional. Timer value updated if present. If not present, the value of the requested Periodic-TAU is set to the manufacturer-specific default. For the coding and value range, see the GPRS Timer IE in 3GPP TS 24.008 Table 10.5.172/3GPP TS 24.008.

Timer value (octet 2).
Bits 5 to 1 represent the binary coded timer value.
Bits 8 to 6 defines the timer value unit for the GPRS timer as follows:
Bits
8 7 6
0 0 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 2 seconds
0 0 1 – Value is incremented in multiples of 1 minute
0 1 0 – Value is incremented in multiples of 6 minutes
1 1 1 – Value indicates that the timer is deactivated

The following command example reads modem parameters:v1.0.xv1.1.x

AT%XMONITOR
        %XMONITOR: 1,"EDAV","EDAV","26295","00B7",7,4,"00011B07",7,2300,63,39,"",
        "11100000","11100000"
        OK

The following command example reads modem parameters:v1.2.xv1.3.x

AT%XMONITOR
        %XMONITOR: 1,"EDAV","EDAV","26295","00B7",7,4,"00011B07",7,2300,63,39,"",
        "11100000","11100000","00000000"
        OK
1 The value is applicable only in WB-S1 mode. If received in NB-S1 mode it is interpreted as if the Extended DRX parameters IE were not included in the message by this version of the protocol.
2 The value is applicable only in WB-S1 mode. If received in NB-S1 mode it is interpreted as 0010 by this version of the protocol.
3 The value is applicable only in NB-S1 mode. If received in WB-S1 mode it is interpreted as 1101 by this version of the protocol.