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The Qualcomm MSM Interface is a binary protocol that seeks to replace the Hayes AT command set for modems. It defines a set of services:
The Qualcomm MSM Interface is a binary protocol that seeks to replace the Hayes AT command set for modems. It defines a set of services:
* CTL -- control
* DMS -- device management
* DMS -- device management
* NAS -- network access
* NAS -- network access
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* UIM -- user identification module
* UIM -- user identification module
* OMA -- open management alliance
* OMA -- open management alliance
 
On Linux, QMI is primarily driven through the [https://www.freedesktop.org/software/libqmi/libqmi-glib/latest/ qmi-glib] library and the [https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/libqmi/ qmicli] tool. A client context must be acquired from the CTL service to use most other services.
On Linux, QMI is primarily driven through the [https://www.freedesktop.org/software/libqmi/libqmi-glib/latest/ qmi-glib] library and the [https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/libqmi/ qmicli] tool.

Revision as of 13:36, 1 March 2019

The Qualcomm MSM Interface is a binary protocol that seeks to replace the Hayes AT command set for modems. It defines a set of services:

  • CTL -- control
  • DMS -- device management
  • NAS -- network access
  • WDS -- wireless data
  • WDA -- wireless data administration
  • WMS -- wireless messaging
  • PDS -- position determination
  • PBM -- phonebook management
  • UIM -- user identification module
  • OMA -- open management alliance

On Linux, QMI is primarily driven through the qmi-glib library and the qmicli tool. A client context must be acquired from the CTL service to use most other services.