I have limited information available from AT manual regarding supported bands and their bit flags, as follows…
Band 1 = 0x1
Band 2 = 0x4
Band 5 = 0x10
Band 8 = 0x80
Band 40 = 0x8000000000
Band 41 = 0x10000000000
I request to provide full information, like all supported bands and their respective bit flags
That one is incorrect. B2 is 0x2
The algorithm is simple. The bit corresponding to the band number is set, and that binary value is converted to hexadecimal.
So B1 had bit 1 set. Binary 1 is 0x1.
B5 has bit 5 set. Binary 10000 is 0x10, and so on.
There’s a Linux shell script to list the values here: bmask128 - Pastebin.com
Thanks a lot.
Now only thing that needs to be figured out is the supported LTE bands in EC-25E
Post the output from
AT+QCFG="band" and I’ll decode it for you.
That’s with the default band mask in place, of course. If you’ve modified that in the past, you’re supposed to be able to restore the default mask with:
Thank you very much for the information; the issue has been resolved.
I am really sorry for the late reply.