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MU709s-2 European Community CE Ceritificate(RED)

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2017-05-26 11:39:22
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2017-05-29 18:07:45
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T817883E-01-TEC
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This archive contains the Huawei AT commands over MBIM interface tool used for Windows 8-10 systems to send AT commands to cellular modules not exposing the AT/Modem serial interface endpoints.

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This archive contains the Windows drivers V.5.05.02.302 for Huawei module MU709

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Uploaded at
2016-10-12 15:44:26
Last updated
2016-10-12 15:51:08
Version
5.05.02.302
Requirements
Microsoft Windows
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This archive contains the Huawei MU709s series 11.652.69.00.00 Linux local full and delta firmware update files and release notes

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2016-12-19 14:04:58
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2016-12-19 14:04:58
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11.652.69.00.00
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This archive contains the Huawei MU709s series 11.652.69.00.00 Windows firmware updater and release notes.

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2016-12-19 13:59:45
Last updated
2016-12-19 13:59:46
Version
11.652.69.00.00
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Microsoft Windows
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Question

Why is there no serial interface for AT-commands available in Microsoft Windows 8/10 and newer, while in Windows 7 all the traditional module serial interfaces are available?

Solution

Microsoft demands cellular module vendors to use the Mobile Broadband Interface Model (MBIM) interface for signaling in newer operating systems like Windows 8 and 10 rather than the previous serial based control channels with AT commands.

The serial ports are phased out and enumeration in the host system of these are dropped by many manufacturers because of Microsofts requirements.

The connections can be controlled graphically in Windows by the systems built in connection manager as well as by commands in the command prompt starting with: netsh mbn

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