5 Modem At Command Examples in Linux (How to Configure Minicom)
Posted on: 05/22/2013 07:17 PM

The Geek Stuff posted 5 Modem at command examples in Linux

5 Modem At Command Examples in Linux (How to Configure Minicom)


AT commands are instructions that are used to control modems.

AT stands for ATTENTION.

These commands come from Hayes at commands that were used by the Hayes smart modems in 1980′s. Many modems today including dial-up, wireless, GSM/GPRS modems use these AT command set for communication.



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