AT, if the connection with the BG95 modem has been established, the board will answer with
+COPS: 0,0,"<name of operator>",X. The last digit indicates the cellular technology:
8indicates LTE Cat-M1 (also referred to as eMTC)
+COPS: 0,0,"<name of operator>",X. The last digit indicates the cellular technology.
XXXXXwith the MCCMNC code of your operator, for example
"20404"for Vodafone NL. Use
8for LTE Cat-M1.
+QCFG: "band",0xf,0x80000,0x10004200000000090e189fThe first hex number represents the GSM bands, followed by the LTE-M bands and NB-IoT bands.
+QNWINFO: "eMTC","20408","LTE BAND 20",6400.
1, instructs the modem to process the command immediately. When using:
0, the takes effect after a reboot.
02) followed by GSM (indicated with
01) and NB-IoT (
AT+CSQcan be sent. If no value or the value
99is returned, the device lost its session with the cell tower and the modem needs to be re-initialized. This can be done by rebooting the modem using the command