RG500Q AT+QTEMP values

Dear Quectel-Forum,

I executed the Command AT+QTEMP with the Quectel RG500Q Module and got the following values.

“qfe_wtr_pa0”: 35
“qfe_wtr_pa1”: 39
“qfe_wtr_pa2”: 35
“qfe_wtr_pa3”: 36
“aoss0-usr”: 38
“mdm-q6-usr”: 38
“ipa-usr”: 38
“cpu0-a7-usr”: 38
“mdm-5g-usr”: 39
“mdm-vpe-usr”: 39
“mdm-core-usr”: 39
“xo-therm-usr”: 36
“sdx-case-therm-usr”: 35
“ambient-therm-usr”: 36

I was wondering where these values are measured on the module and what exactly do the names mean.

As you can see, the AT command manual is no real help, because most values are named differently and the explanations of the values leave much to be desired.

I guess, PA means Poweramplifier, but for which antenna-port or signal are they used, since there are 8 Antenna Ports + GNSS but only 4 temperature values?

And the “mdm-5g-usr”, “mdm-vpe-usr”, “mdm-core-usr”, “mdm-q6-usr”, “sdx-case-therm-usr”, “cpu0-a7-usr” values all belong to the Baseband-Chip? Why do these values differ so much?

And I have no idea what “aoss0-usr”, “ipa-usr” could mean. :smiley:

Thank you very much for your help

Dear Martin,
Sorry to hear that. About your question, please refer to below picture,hope it is clear to you, thanks!

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Hello @Peter.Zhu-Q, I get the following issue when executing AT+QTEMP on my RM502Q-AE

[admin@MikroTik] > interface/lte/ at-chat lte1 input="AT+CGMR"
  output: RM502QAEAAR11A04M4G

The specific revision is:


The first 4 results sometimes report invalid values such as “-273” or “0”:

[admin@MikroTik] > interface/lte/ at-chat lte1 input="AT+QTEMP"
  output: +QTEMP:"qfe_wtr_pa0","-273"

However rarely I found some instances where the first 3 on 4 values were somewhat reasonable on another query made later that day

[admin@MikroTik] > interface/lte/ at-chat lte1 input="AT+QTEMP"
output: +QTEMP:"qfe_wtr_pa0","35"

What could be the issue? A firmware update can help?