Arduino library for the Advanced GPRS shield released!

I am happy to announce to you that the first public beta of our Advanced GPRS Shield for Arduino platform is released!

You can download it and check the code hosted on Google Code here :  Advanced GPRS Shield library

 

So, let’s take a look of what you will find inside.

First of all this is just the first release for the SIM900D module, many tests will be needed and hopefully your feedback and bugs report on this will make it better.

This library is based on a beautiful work done by HW Kitchen for a shield based on Telit module. Many changes will be needed especially in the TCP/IP Stack area (GPRS Functions).

This first public beta release has the code required for SMS Text messages functions, Voice Call functions and power-on module from your sketch, also it includes an example sketch for SMS messaging.

The documentation and more examples are on the way, so have a look at the library and i am waiting for your comments and requests for future versions.

Next step is the GPRS functionality and Software serial port support.  So, stay tuned!!

 

And don’t forget to check this project’s page often, as it is under heavily development.

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