The ISDN-Controller M1 was the first mobile solution by AVM, intended to connect a range of older cell phones to provide a mobile CAPI interface. A variant with an additional ISDN controller is the ISDN-Controller M2.
Daily updated index of all ISDN-Controller M1 websites. Last update: 2020-12-02 04:01 GMT.
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Daily updated index of all ISDN-Controller M1 downloads. Last update: 2020-12-02 04:53 GMT.
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Daily updated index of ISDN-Controller M1 part numbers. Last update: 2020-12-02 04:31 GMT. Click an EAN/GTIN or MPN to search the web for it.
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The ISDN-Controller M1 was sold with 2 different GSM-Cables (S4, S10), a third one (S3) was sold as an optional accessory.
The following mobile phones were supported by each cable:
- PCMCIA GSM-Cable S3:
- Siemens S3
- Siemens S3 com
- Siemens D2 Privat 4026 (S3 clone)
- PCMCIA GSM-Cable S4:
- Siemens S4 (as of firmware 1999-09-26)
- Siemens D2 Privat 4025 (S4 clone)
- Sony CMD X1000 (S4 derivative)
- PCMCIA GSM-Cable S10:
- Siemens S10
- Siemens S10 D
- Siemens S10 active
- Siemens E10
- Siemens E10 D
- Sony CMD X2000 (S10 derivative)
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