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18 #ifndef RM1000_AT_H_
19 #define RM1000_AT_H_
21 #include "AT_CellularDevice.h"
23 namespace mbed {
25 class RM1000_AT : public AT_CellularDevice {
26 public:
27  RM1000_AT(FileHandle *fh);
29 protected: // AT_CellularDevice
31  virtual AT_CellularContext *create_context_impl(ATHandler &at, const char *apn, bool cp_req = false, bool nonip_req = false);
33  virtual nsapi_error_t init();
35 public: // NetworkInterface
36  void handle_urc(FileHandle *fh);
37 };
39 } // namespace mbed
41 #endif // RM1000_AT_H_
signed int nsapi_error_t
Type used to represent error codes.
Definition: nsapi_types.h:140
Class FileHandle.
Definition: FileHandle.h:46
virtual AT_CellularNetwork * open_network_impl(ATHandler &at)
Create new instance of AT_CellularNetwork or if overridden, modem specific implementation.
virtual AT_CellularContext * create_context_impl(ATHandler &at, const char *apn, bool cp_req=false, bool nonip_req=false)
Creates new instance of AT_CellularContext or if overridden, modem specific implementation.
Class AT_CellularDevice.
virtual nsapi_error_t init()
Initialize cellular device must be called right after the module is ready.
Class AT_CellularNetwork.
Definition: ATHandler.h:46
Class for sending AT commands and parsing AT responses.
Definition: ATHandler.h:70
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