Siemens XT55 AVL user manual

User manual for the device Siemens XT55 AVL

Device: Siemens XT55 AVL
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XT55 AVL

Siemens Cellular Engine


Version: 03
DocID: XT55_avl_ug_V03

User’s Guide

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Document Name: XT55 AVL User’s Guide Version: 03 Date: June 28, 2004 DocId: XT55_avl_ug_V03 Status: Confidential/Released General note Product is deemed accepted by Recipient and is provided without interface to Recipient´s products. The Product constitutes pre-release version and code and may be changed substantially before commercial release. The Product is provided on an “as is” basis only and may c

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Contents 0 Version history..............................................................................................................5 1 Overview of the document ...........................................................................................6 1.1 Hardware configuration..........................................................................................7 1.2 Related documents...................................

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Figures Figure 1: Simplified presentation of the AVL client-server architecture....................................7 Figure 2: Block diagram of XT55 with AVL application ............................................................7 Figure 3: Assign the name for a new session ........................................................................10 Figure 4: COM Port transmission settings.........................................

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 0 Version history Preceding document: "XT55 AVL Software User’s Guide" Version 02 New document: "XT55 AVL Software User’s Guide " Version 03 Chapter What is new nd 2 front page Added trademark notice regarding SiRF software 5 Revised Figure 13, improved description of example application Preceding document: "XT55 AVL Software User’s Guide" Version 01 New document: "XT55 AVL Software User’s Guide " Version 02 Chapter Wh

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 1 Overview of the document The XT55 module, supporting GSM, GPRS and GPS features, contains the Automatic Vehicle Location software application (AVL) which can be configured. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit. GPS satellites receive data to determine the current position of the tracked vehicle. The concept of the device is based on

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Application example: Figure 1: Simplified presentation of the AVL client-server architecture. The connected GSM modem enables the communication to the XT55 (server side). 1.1 Hardware configuration Please use the following hardware configuration to ensure the proper operation of the AVL application (see Figure 2). Figure 2: Block diagram of XT55 with AVL applicatio

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 1.2 Related documents [1] XT55 AT Command Set [2] XT55 Hardware Interface Description [3] XT55 GPS Startup Users Guide [4] XT55 GPS Command Specification [5] XT55 TCP/IP Software User’s Guide [6] GPRS Startup User's Guide [7] Remote-SAT User's Guide [8] GSM / GPS Evaluation Board Description [9] Application Note 16: Upgrading XT55 Firmware [10] Application Note 14: Audio and Battery Parameter Download [11] Application Note

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 2 How to configure and evaluate the XT55 module The XT55 device can be easily configured and evaluated by the customer using the local RS-232 interface (directly connected to the serial port) or via remote (e.g. installed in a vehicle) GSM (air link). With the Windows HyperTerminal application (utility that is preinstalled on all versions of Windows 98, 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP) it is possibl

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e On Windows 2000, start the Hyper Terminal program. Assign the name for a new session on the displayed window (e.g. XT55-AVL). Figure 3: Assign the name for a new session Choose the correct COM Port and baud rate settings (9600bps, 8 bit, no parity bit, 1 stop bit). Figure 4: COM Port transmission settings XT55_avl_ug_V03 Page 10 of 37 28.06.2004

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e The connection to the module XT55 is established, the transmitted protocols are already displaying. Figure 5: Displaying of the transmitted NMEA protocols Next, click the Property button. Then select the settings tab sheet. Click the ASCI setup... button. Property button Figure 6: Settings of connection properties XT55_avl_ug_V03 Page 11 of 37 28.06.2004

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e On the appeared window thick the check box with caption Send line ends with line feeds. Figure 7: ASCII setup Next, open a text file and write the desired command (see Figure 8). Please note that after the command is written, the enter key needs to be pressed in order to complete the NMEA command (), else the command will be ignored from the XT55 module. To save the active document to its current name and directo

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Next, click the Transfer on the HyperTerminal menu and select Send text file... . Figure 9: Import saved text file Select the saved text file “eula.txt” and click the open button. The text file including command(s) is sent directly to the connected module XT55. Figure 10: Select text file with included command(s) In order to configure and evaluate, remote the XT55 unit, prerequisite is the connection of a suitab

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 3 Tracking The GPS satellites in orbit are continuously transmitting radio signals. Each satellite transmits a unique code, allowing the GPS receiver to identify its position, time and speed. The main purpose of these received signals is to carry out the necessary calculation to determine the current position of the vehicle. 3.1 History function The embedded GPS receiver continuously calculates the current position data. In or

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e History - Filter No Fix Position enable ? Yes No X* SV solution? Yes No >Min Time? Yes >Max >Max No No No >Max Time? Distance? Speed? End End End Yes Yes Yes No >Min Distance? Yes No >Min Speed? Yes *) X >= 3; Store data on Flash memory END Figure 11: History filter XT55_avl_ug_V03 Page 15 of 37 28.06.2004

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 3.1.1 Configuration examples The following example explains how to use filters for time, distance and speed. The respective minimum values for time, speed and distance have an AND-operation. This means that if only one value does not apply, all three values are ignored and not saved in the history. The maximum values have an OR-operation. If one of the maximum parameters has been met, the GPS protocols will be saved in the GPS h

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 3.2 XT55 AVL software main features at a glance This chapter provides a short summary of the XT55 AVL software: • Enters/deletes phone numbers authorized for remote access of the XT55 module • Enables/disables the remote tracking of pre-defined phone numbers • Enters the PIN number of SIM card to deactivate the PIN request of SIM card • Updates the SMSC address, through which mobile originated SMS are transmitted • Downloads

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 3.2.1 Extended NMEA commands 3.2.1.1 Command Syntax The XT55 module accepts NMEA commands in the following formats: $PSRF,, .. ,<* Checksum> . 1 2 3 4 Command Parameter Checksum End Sequence $PSRF11 Data *CKSUM 1 NMEA command 2 Valid parameters 3 The checksum consists of a “*” followed by 2-digit hex value of checksum. In order to calculate the Checksum, use your own

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e 3.2.1.2 Extended NMEA command description Please note that all extended NMEA commands beginning with $PSRF111 are for internal test purposes only. Whereas all extended NMEA commands beginning with $PSRF112 and $PSRF109 are implemented for configuration of history, alarm and remote tracking function. Please note that all NMEA commands, which have to be sent to the XT55 module, are accepted when the End Sequence is also in

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XT55 AVL User’s Guide s Confidential/Released mo b i l e Commands build in remote tracking function $PSRF112, Parameter description: value, value: // configure the remote tracking position, phone_number Defined values *XX 20 //enables remote tracking for authorized phone number position: // enter the position of authorized telephone number into the list (0..9 available). Overwrites the phone number at the selected position phone_number: // enter the authorized p


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