Various modems have different sets of commands. In this dialog, you can fine-tune the commands sent to your modem and the possible responses your modem can answer with.
General command set
Most modems are Hayes-compatible. These common AT commands require no modification. There are exceptions, however. For example, sCmdDevSpecificInit line at the bottom of the table contains device-specific initialization settings (S registers modifications etc.)
Modem-originated strings are listed here. The program assumes that the modem will answer with one of the strings listed in this section as a reply to an issued command.
Voice command set
There are several Voice commands' extensions to standard Hayes-compatible command set. Here you can adjust those commands, including sVoiceDevSpecificInit string being sent to the modem after entering voice mode.
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