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SMS controller with ATtiny2313 and T10s mobile phone



SMS controller with ATtiny2313 and T10s mobile phone
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With this circuit we can controll up to 8 devices, by sending a specific SMS message with any mobile phone.

Its very usefull at the cases that, at the place we have the devices, we have not a wired telephone line. If you have an old ericsson mobile phone and you are not using it, its the time to build some useful with that. The controlling that we can do to the devices, it is ON , OFF or Reset.

Usage of this circuit

With this circuit you can switch-ON , OFF or Restart some Linux servers, ADSL modems, Printers, Door with electric lock, Garage door, House lights, Water pumps, electric sunshade, Block the engine of your car or your motorcyrcle, at the steal case and much more. The purpose of this circuit is to make the human life better and easier.

The circuit

The hardware of the circuit its very very simple, because the communication port of ericsson mobile its working at the 5 volts with AT commands ( like the modem commands, but for mobile phones).

The firmware of the AT90S2313 its very complicated because, we have to convert the 'septets' of the phone to 'octets' because the AVR need bytes with 8 bits length ( The 'septet' is 1 byte with 7 bits length and 'octet' is 1 byte with 8 bits length). All this proccess its necessary to decode the message from SMS.

When you finish the circuit connect it to the mobile phone, turn on the phone and then power on the circuit, not before . The AVR now its trying to read the message from the 1st memory location of the phone, for that i suggest to delete all SMS messages from the phone before connect it to the circuit. If there is no message to the 1st memory location, the AVR its trying again until you sent any.

The format of the message must be only '1' or '0'. '1' to enable, or '0' to disable the device. The message must have only 8 numbers, '1' or '0' , alone or mixed .

Example: if you send the message 11000100 then you enable, starting from the right, the devices 3,7,8 ('1') and disabling the devices 1,2,4,5,6 ('0') .

If you want to send a new message and you don't want to change some device, must send the same number as the old message.

Example: If you want to enable only the 5th device, you must send a new message like 11010100 to keep the other devices as there are (we send the same message as the old ( 11000100 ) and we change only the 5th bit from '0' to '1' to enable the device ).

Authored by Serasidis Vasilis at AVR Site, Added: Nov 23, 2006




http://www.serasidis.gr/circuits/smscontrol/smscontroller.htm

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