WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING enumeration

The WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING enumeration lists the different SMS CDMA encoding formats that are supported by the MB device.

Syntax


typedef enum _WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING { 
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingOctet        = 0,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingEpm,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncoding7BitAscii,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingIa5,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingUnicode,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingShiftJis,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingKorean,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingLatinHebrew,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingLatin,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingGsm7Bit,
  WwanSmsCdmaEncodingMax
} WWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING, *PWWAN_SMS_CDMA_ENCODING;

Constants

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingOctet

The message uses octet encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingEpm

The message uses EPM encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncoding7BitAscii

The message uses 7-bit ASCII encoding. The encoded message is represented in bytes per character.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingIa5

The message uses IA5 encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingUnicode

The message uses Unicode encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingShiftJis

The message uses shifted JIS encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingKorean

The message uses Korean encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingLatinHebrew

The message uses Latin Hebrew encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingLatin

The message uses Latin encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingGsm7Bit

The message uses 7-bit GSM encoding.

WwanSmsCdmaEncodingMax

The total number of supported SMS CDMA encoding formats.

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows 7 and later versions of Windows.

Header

Wwan.h (include Wwan.h)

See also

WWAN_SMS_CDMA_RECORD
WWAN_SMS_SEND_CDMA

 

 

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