TECHSHIP IS A GLOBAL SUPPLIER OF WIRELESS COMPONENTS
License Agreement for the Ericsson Tools Development Kit (TDK). If you are interested in using the TDK, please send a signed copy of this agreement to email@example.com.
EMBLA Logger is an Ericsson developed Windows tool to aid customers taking relevant logs for Ericsson MBM products without providing a number of different logging tools. It provides logging for SW, FW and Windows services.
It features a user-friendly GUI as well as a CLI mode which can be embedded in 3rd party scripts.
Log sessions are saved as compressed folders, including all logs. Sensitive data is protected by encryption.
Describes the AT commands used to connect via CDC Ethernet/NCM using Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules. Also provides example configuration files for wvdial/PPP that should be applicable for most Wireless Modules.
This document describes the Ericsson Mobile Broadband SDK (Software Development Kit) available for Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules. The document describes which items are included in the SDK. The document primarily focuses on the Ericsson Mobile Broadband C++ API and gives information in addition to the class and interface documentation included with the SDK installation.
This document describes the Ericsson Mobile Broadband Module C3607w. End-user value, functionality, characteristics and basic building blocks are described.
Datasheet for C3607w. This document includes an overview of C3607 and it's features. For more detailed technical information, see the C3607w Technical Description.
This document outlines Ericsson’s support and offering for GNU/Linux and is intended to describe how to deploy mobile broadband support for Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules’ products in GNU/Linux.
This document is provided for any OEM or ODM interested in integrating an Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules’ modem on a system running GNU/Linux.
The growing availability of notebooks, smartphones and other mobile devices with embedded mobile broadband is paving the way for a raft of new applications based on the ability to wake and control the device remotely. Chief among these are advanced anti-theft solutions that enable lost or stolen devices to be blocked, wiped or located almost immediately. Wake-on-wireless functionality is set to open up new business opportunities for operators, developers and third-party service providers in many other areas too, as this paper describes.
This document outlines Ericsson’s mobile broadband feature Quick Connect.
This document is provided for any OEM or ODM interested in enabling support for Quick Connect for Ericsson Mobile Broadband Modules.