2 Our aim is to provide customers with timely and comprehensive service. For any assistance, please contact our company headquarter: Quectel Wireless Solutions Co., Ltd. Room 501, Building 13, No.99, Tianzhou Road, Shanghai, China, Tel: Mail: Or our local office, for more information, please visit: For technical support, to report documentation errors, please visit: GENERAL NOTES QUECTEL OFFERS THIS INFORMATION AS A SERVICE TO ITS CUSTOMERS. THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS BASED UPON CUSTOMERS REQUIREMENTS. QUECTEL MAKES EVERY EFFORT TO ENSURE THE QUALITY OF THE INFORMATION IT MAKES AVAILABLE. QUECTEL DOES NOT MAKE ANY WARRANTY AS TO THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, AND DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY INJURY, LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND INCURRED BY USE OF OR RELIANCE UPON THE INFORMATION. ALL INFORMATION SUPPLIED HEREIN ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. COPYRIGHT THIS INFORMATION CONTAINED HERE IS PROPRIETARY TECHNICAL INFORMATION OF QUECTEL CO., LTD. TRANSMITTABLE, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION AND EDITING OF THIS DOCUMENT AS WELL AS UTILIZATION OF THIS CONTENTS ARE FORBIDDEN WITHOUT PERMISSION. OFFENDERS WILL BE HELD LIABLE FOR PAYMENT OF DAMAGES. ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED IN THE EVENT OF A PATENT GRANT OR REGISTRATION OF A UTILITY MODEL OR DESIGN. Copyright Quectel Wireless Solutions Co., Ltd All rights reserved. Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 1 / 10
3 About the document History Revision Date Author Description Bob DENG Initial Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 2 / 10
4 Contents About the document Introduction Hardware Design Overview Pin Description of SIM Card Interface Dual SIM Card Mode DCD Function Restrictions Description of AT Command AT+QDSIM Dual SIM Switch Usage Examples Initialization Switch SIM Card without Restarting Module Restart Module to Switch SIM Card Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 3 / 10
5 1 Introduction This document mainly introduces how to use the Dual SIM function of Quectel M95 module. With this solution, M95 can manage two SIM cards and can switch between them without any external circuit. But only one SIM card can work at a time. Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 4 / 10
6 2 Hardware Design Overview The following chapter introduces the pin definition of SIM card interface and reference circuit of Dual SIM card Pin description of SIM card interface Table 1: Pin definition of SIM card interface SIM Interface Name Pin No. Function SIM1 SIM_VDD 27 Power supply for SIM card Automatic detection of SIM card voltage. 3.0V±10% and 1.8V±10%. Maximum supply current is around 10mA. SIM_RST 28 SIM card reset SIM_DATA 29 SIM card data I/O SIM_CLK 30 SIM card clock SIM1&SIM2 SIM_ 31 SIM ground SIM2_DATA 16 SIM2 card data I/O SIM2_CLK 17 SIM2 card clock SIM2 SIM2_VDD 18 DCD/ SIM2_RST 25 Power supply for SIM card Automatic detection of SIM card voltage. 3.0V±10% and 1.8V±10%. Maximum supply current is around 10mA. DCD function (Default) SIM2 card reset NOTES 1. Recommended to use SIM1 interface by default when single SIM card is used. 2. When the SIM2 card interface is used, DCD function of serial port is disabled. Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 5 / 10
7 2.2. Dual SIM Card Mode The reference circuit using a dual SIM card socket is illustrated as the following figure. SIM_ nF SIM1_Holder SIM_VDD SIM_RST SIM_CLK VCC RST CLK VPP IO SIM_DATA 29 33pF33pF 33pF 33pF ESDA6V8V6 Module 100nF SIM2_Holder SIM2_VDD DCD/SIM2_RST SIM2_CLK VCC RST CLK VPP IO SIM2_DATA 16 33pF33pF 33pF 33pF ESDA6V8V6 Figure 1: Reference Circuit of Dual SIM Card In dual SIM card mode, configure AT + QDSIM = 0,1 to use the SIM1 interface and configure AT + QDSIM = 1,1 to use SIM2 interface. In SIM interface designing, in order to ensure good communication performance with SIM card, the following design principles should be complied with. Place the SIM card holder as close as possible to the module. Ensure the trace length of SIM signals is less than 200mm. Keep the SIM signals far away from VBAT power and RF trace. The width of SIM_VDD and SIM_ trace is not less than 0.5mm. Place a bypass capacitor close Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 6 / 10
8 to SIM card power pin. The value of capacitor is less than 1uF. To avoid possible cross-talk from the SIM_CLK signal to the SIM_DATA signal be careful that both traces are not placed closely next to each other. The traces of SIM_CLK, SIM_DATA and SIM_RST are recommended to be protected with ground independently. In order to ensure good ESD protection, It is recommended to add TVS array such as WILL (http://www.willsemi.com) ESDA6V8AV6 to protect all SIM card signals. The capacitance of ESD component is less than 50pF. The 22Ω resistors should be added in series between the module and the SIM card so as to suppress the EMI spurious transmission and enhance the ESD protection. Note that the SIM peripheral circuit should be close to the SIM card socket. Place the RF bypass capacitors (33pF) close to the SIM card on all signals line for improving EMI DCD Function Restrictions Because SIM2_RST pin is also used on DCD pin, the DCD and Dual SIM function cannot work simultaneously. DCD function is enabled and SIM2 is disabled by default. When SIM2 is used, please disabled DCD with AT+QDSIM command (See below for details). It is not recommended to use DCD function while SIM2 card is inserted. Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 7 / 10
9 3 Description of AT Command 3.1. AT+QDSIM Dual SIM Switch SIM card can be selected using this command. This command also can enable or disable DCD function. AT+QDSIM Dual SIM Switch Test Command AT+QDSIM=? Response +QDSIM: (0,1),(0,1) Read Command AT+QDSIM? Response +QDSIM: <simslot>,<dcddis> Write Command AT+QDSIM=<simslot>[,<dcddis>] Response Reference Parameters < simslot> SIM card slot 0 Select SIM card in slot 1, which is default configuration 1 Select SIM card in slot 2 <dcddis> Disable DCD function 0 DCD function is enabled, which is default configuration 1 DCD function is disabled Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 8 / 10
10 NOTE Parameters will be automatically saved into NVRAM after they are configured successfully Usage Examples Initialization When enabling Dual SIM Single Standby, the following steps must be executed when the system starts. Example // The module s factory default is that DCD function of SIM2_RST pin is enabled, GPIO is in high level, VSIM2 output is 2.8V. AT+QDSIM? +QDSIM: 0,0 // Query current SIM card slot. // SIM card is SIM1, the DCD function is enabled by default. AT+QDSIM=0,1 // Configure SIM1,and disable the DCD function, close VSIM2 output voltage Switch SIM Card without Restarting Module The following is an example of switching SIM card without restarting the module. Example AT+QDSIM? +QDSIM: 0,1 // Query current SIM card slot. // The current SIM card is SIM1 and DCD function is disabled. // prepare to switch to another SIM card. AT+CFUN=0 +CPIN: NOT READY // Set phone to Minimum functionality. Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 9 / 10
11 AT+QDSIM=1,1 // Switch to SIM card in SIM slot 2 and disable DCD function. AT+CFUN=1 // Set phone to Full functionality. +CPIN: READY Call Ready // Switch SIM card successfully Restart Module to Switch SIM Card This example is for restarting the module to switch the SIM card. Example // The module s factory default is DCD function for SIM2_RST pin is enabled, GPIO is in high level, VSIM2 output is 2.8V. AT+QDSIM? +QDSIM: 0,1 // Query current SIM card slot. // The current SIM card is SIM1 and the DCD function is disabled. AT+QDSIM=1,1 // Switch to SIM card in SIM slot 2 and disable DCD function. AT+QPOWD=0 // Restart the module and switch to SIM2 in slot 2 Rev.3.0 Confidential / Released 10 / 10
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