AT+CCED=0,16 - How many neighbours?


#1

AT+CCED=0,16 (among others) reports details for up to 6 neighbour cells, followed by a list of timing advance figures.

But, when fewer than 6 neighbours are available, how do we know how many neighbour dumps are included :question:

Or, to put it another way, how do we know where the Timing Advance information starts :question:

For example:

How do we know that the 0 is the first TA figure and not the 6th MCC :question:

Firmware: R74a00gg.FSU005 2106632 102809 12:57


#2

Count commas?


#3

Good one!

It’s a kludge, but it should work…


#4

That’s how I had to do it myself :slight_smile: