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by anonymous

I updated my RUT360 to the latest firmware today, and notice that gsmctl -K now gives a different output to previous.

Old output:

root@Teltonika-RUT360:~# gsmctl -K
+QENG: "servingcell","NOCONN","LTE","FDD",234,20,2E5F02,365,1392,3,4,4,6B2,-107,-7,-80,15,0,20,-

New output:

root@Teltonika-RUT360:~# gsmctl -K
Access tech: LTE | TDD mode: FDD | MCC: 234 | MNC: 20 | UE state: 3

With this update, please could you help me find the PCID and EARFCN of my current serving cell? I am using these values to check whether the serving cell matches the desired cell.

Thanks in advance!

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by anonymous

Hi,

You can use the following command:

gsmctl -A 'AT+QENG="servingcell"'

This command will output the PCID, EARFCN, and other serving cell information. As per Quectel documentation, the output:

+QENG: "servingcell",<state>,"LTE",<is_tdd>,<mcc>,<m

nc>,<cellid>,<pcid>,<earfcn>,<freq_band_ind>,<ul_band

width>,<dl_bandwidth>,<tac>,<rsrp>,<rsrq>,<rssi>,<sin

r>,<srxlev>

Kind Regards,

Andzej

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by anonymous

Additionally, more information about serving and neighboring cells can be found by using the commands, provided in this article.

by anonymous
Thank you both, this is exactly what I needed!

-hcuk94