[OSGeo-Discuss] GPRS connection API

Miguel Montesinos mmontesinos at prodevelop.es
Mon Apr 14 01:33:43 PDT 2008


Hi,

Just one note. Javax.comm.* only runs on Solaris and Windows. If you need Linux, Mac OS X, ... support, you'll need other "plug-ins" for original Sun package.

Here you have one GPL project we're using at gvSIG[1]

I've not used AT commands and GPRS communications in Java, but have done in C++. One advise: think in all possible problems, link failures, coverage problems, ... They'll certainly happen ;-)

Regards

[1] http://www.rxtx.org/

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>-----Original Message-----
>From: discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org 
>[mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Mateusz Loskot
>Sent: Friday, April 11, 2008 1:44 PM
>To: OSGeo Discussions
>Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] GPRS connection API
>
>dorra labidi wrote:
>> Hello all; I am developping a fleet management application 
>using java. 
>> I need to connect to the GPS box using GPRS network.
>> 
>> My question: Is there a java API for the GPRS connection?
>
>AFAIK, there is no dedicated GPRS API. Instead, you can use 
>Java Comm API [1] and issue AT commands to GPRS modem manually 
>to establish and control connection. After connection is 
>established, you can use sockets to exchange data.
>
>That's the common solution I'm aware of.
>
>[1] http://java.sun.com/products/javacomm/index.jsp
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