TECHSHIP IS A GLOBAL SUPPLIER OF WIRELESS COMPONENTS
This guide instructs the kernel driver integration development for Huawei Modules based on Embedded Linux & Android operating system. It is intended for the driver developers of the products based on Embedded Linux & Android OS.
Communications through universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) serial ports is convenient and reliable. UART serial ports are widely adopted in Huawei modules. This design guide describes the serial port specifications of Huawei modules and provides recommended design schemes for peripheral circuits. When designing UART serial ports for Huawei modules, customers can refer to this document.
Most of Huawei modules provide 8-wire serial ports with flow control. These 8-wire serial ports can also be used as 2-wire or 4-wire serial ports.
This document briefly describes the power management related connection hardware
between the host and module.
This document is only applicable to the Windows XP/Android system; and is not
applicable to the Windows 7/8/blue system and later systems released by Microsoft
because of their feature (they defines their own sleep, wakeup and remote wakeup
Datasheet for Huawei MC509. This document includes an overview of MC509 and it's features. For more detailed technical information, see the Huawei MC509 Hardware Guide.
This document provides information about the major functions, supported services, system architecture, and technical references of HUAWEI MC509 CDMA LGA Module.
This document describes the AT command interface specification that is supported by Huawei terminal product MC509&MC509-a module. This document describes certain AT commands (implemented by terminal devices) of international standards such as TIA/EIA/IS-707-A.3,GSM 07.07, GSM 07.05, and International Telecommunication Union-Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) V.250 according to the requirements of terminal devices. In addition, this document describes the proprietary AT command interfaces that are implemented by terminal devices.
This document does not describe the interfaces that have been defined by standards or implemented by the mobile terminal (MT) but are not required by the MC509&MC509-a. The description of AT command interfaces covers only the data packets of interfaces and the methods and processes for the terminal equipment (TE) and the MT to use interfaces, excluding the contents that are not directly related to interfaces. In addition, this document describes only the AT command interfaces falling within the range of Rm interfaces between the TE and MT, excluding the AT command interfaces falling within the range of Um interfaces between the MT and interworking function (IWF).