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m center 3.0: A Free and Powerful Tool for Evaluating u-blox Cellular Modules


What is m-center and why you need it




If you are working with u-blox cellular modules, you might be wondering how to evaluate, configure, and test them easily and efficiently. You might also be interested in learning how to use AT commands, manage SIM cards, communicate with GNSS modules, and perform traces. If so, you need m-center.


m-center is a cellular evaluation software for Windows that allows you to interact with u-blox cellular modules using a graphical user interface (GUI). It is a powerful and easy to use tool that provides access to the main functionality and configuration parameters of u-blox cellular modules. It also helps you learn AT commands using the GUI interfaces thanks to the embedded AT Terminal.




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m-center is available free-of-charge from the u-blox website. It supports various u-blox cellular modules, such as GSM/GPRS/UMTS/LTE modules. It also allows for simple communication with u-blox GNSS modules when using u-blox cellular evaluation kits.


In this article, we will show you how to download and install m-center 3.0, the latest version of m-center, and how to use it to evaluate, configure, and test u-blox cellular modules. We will also discuss the benefits and limitations of m-center 3.0 compared to other cellular evaluation software.


How to download and install m-center 3.0




To download and install m-center 3.0, you will need the following requirements:


  • A Windows PC with Windows XP or later



  • A USB cable or a serial port cable



  • A u-blox cellular module or a u-blox cellular evaluation kit



  • A SIM card (optional)



Once you have these requirements, you can follow these steps:


  • Go to the u-blox website and navigate to the Product Selector page.



  • Select m-center from the list of products and click on Download.



  • Choose the appropriate version of m-center for your PC (32-bit or 64-bit) and save the zip file.



  • Extract the zip file to a folder on your PC.



  • Run the setup.exe file and follow the instructions to install m-center 3.0.



  • Connect your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit to your PC using the USB cable or the serial port cable.



  • Launch m-center 3.0 from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.



  • Select the COM port that corresponds to your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit from the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the m-center window.



  • Click on Connect to establish communication with your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit.



How to use m-center 3.0 to evaluate, configure, and test u-blox cellular modules




Once you have connected your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit to m-center 3.0, you can use the various interfaces and tabs to evaluate, configure, and test its functionality and performance. In this section, we will give you an overview of the main functionalities and configuration parameters of m-center 3.0 and how to access them.


How to access the AT Terminal and send AT commands




The AT Terminal is the interface that allows you to send AT commands to your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit and receive responses. AT commands are a set of instructions that control the operation and configuration of cellular modules. You can use AT commands to perform various tasks, such as querying the module status, setting network parameters, enabling data services, and more.


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To access the AT Terminal, click on the AT Terminal tab at the top of the m-center window. You will see a text box where you can type your AT commands and a text area where you can view the responses. You can also use the buttons below the text box to send predefined AT commands, such as AT+CGMI (request manufacturer identification), AT+CGMM (request model identification), AT+CGSN (request product serial number), and more.


To send an AT command, type it in the text box and press Enter or click on Send. You will see the response from your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit in the text area. The response will usually start with OK, ERROR, or +CME ERROR, indicating whether the command was executed successfully or not. You can also see additional information or data depending on the command.


For example, if you type AT+CSQ (query signal quality) and press Enter, you might see a response like this:


+CSQ: 17,99 OK


This means that the command was executed successfully and that the signal quality is 17 (on a scale from 0 to 31) and that the bit error rate is not known (99).


You can find a list of all the supported AT commands for your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit in the corresponding AT Commands Manual. You can also use the Help button in the AT Terminal interface to access online documentation for m-center 3.0.


How to view and edit SIM phonebook entries, send text messages, and make calls




The SIM Management interface allows you to view and edit SIM phonebook entries, send text messages, and make calls using your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit. To access the SIM Management interface, click on the SIM Management tab at the top of the m-center window. You will see three sub-tabs: Phonebook, SMS, and Call.


The Phonebook sub-tab shows you a list of all the phonebook entries stored on your SIM card. You can use the buttons below the list to add, edit, delete, or import phonebook entries. You can also search for a specific phonebook entry by typing its name or number in the search box.


The SMS sub-tab allows you to send and receive text messages using your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit. You can use the buttons below the text area to compose, send, receive, delete, or import text messages. You can also select a phonebook entry from the list to fill in the recipient number automatically.


The Call sub-tab enables you to make and receive voice calls using your u-blox cellular module or evaluation kit. You can use the buttons below the text area to dial, answer, hang up, or reject calls. You can also select a phonebook entry from the list to fill in the dial number automatically.


How to communicate with u-blox GNSS modules using m-center 3.0




The GNSS interface allows you to communicate with u-blox GNSS modules using m-center 3.0 when using u-blox cellular evaluation kits. GNSS modules are devices that receive signals from global navigation satellite systems (such as GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, etc.) and provide positioning information. You can use GNSS modules to enhance your cellular applications with location-based services.


To access the GNSS interface, click on the GNSS tab at the top of the m-center window. You will see four sub-tabs: NMEA Messages, UBX Messages, AssistNow Online/Offline/AGNSS/CellLocate, and Map View.


The NMEA Messages sub-tab shows you a list of all the NMEA messages received from your u-blox GNSS module. NMEA messages are a standard format for communicating positioning information between GNSS devices[^4^ ). You can use the buttons below the list to start, stop, or clear the NMEA messages. You can also select a specific NMEA message type from the drop-down menu to filter the list.


The UBX Messages sub-tab allows you to send and receive UBX messages to and from your u-blox GNSS module. UBX messages are a proprietary format for communicating configuration and status information between u-blox devices. You can use the buttons below the text area to load, send, receive, or clear UBX messages. You can also select a specific UBX message class and ID from the drop-down menus to filter the text area.


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