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GSM click - Example

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2014-07-12

Category: GSM / GPRS

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GSM click is the easiest way to add GSM/GPRS communication to your device. The click features Telit's GL865-QUAD. GSM click runs either on 3.3V or 5V power supply and communicates with the target microcontroller via UART interface.

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GSM click

GSM click

Front and back side appearance of the GSM click Board.

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Examples (SMS and CALL) are written for :
  - EasyPIC7 - PIC18F45K22
 
- EasyPIC PRO v7 - PIC18F87K22

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