(1) I tried the example from documentation on a TER 105, however I don`t get it working. The AT commands for write, enable, list, ... return OK, but I don`t get any output from Python on the serial port which is connected to hypertrerminal.
a = SER.set_speed(`9600`)
b = SER.send(`test`)
c = SER.sendbyte(0x0d)
d = SER.receive(10)
The Python IDE returns an error due to the unknown SER module.
It works fine on a PC using the module PySerial.
ser = serial.Serial()
weiter = True
line = ser.readline()
if line == `q`:
weiter = False
(2) can I use the Python interpreter without a SIM card (I havn`t got one yet), i.e. read and write to serial port and ignore the phone features?
(3) where is the second com port hidden at the TER 105?
Most certainly there is a "Hello World" which would show me, how to talk over com port.