SMS, MMS and Wireless Scouting Cameras

SMS stands for short message service. The service allows for short text messages to be sent from one cell phone to another cell phone or from the Web to another cell phone. Typically a maximum of 160 characters. When it is mentioned in the wireless scouting camera industry, a common function will be related to SMS: SMS control. This function allows you to send a SMS text message to the camera to change the settings or request a realtime picture. The SMS command can be sent from a regular phone or from a server via internet.

MMS messaging, which stands for multimedia messaging service, takes SMS text messaging a step further. MMS allows for longer message lengths beyond the traditional, 160-character SMS limit. MMS, which is often used to send pictures, extends upon SMS and allows for longer content lengths. MMS feature is used widely in the scouting camera industry. With the MMS feature over AT&T or T-mobile cellular network, the user can send the pictures to a cellphone or an email address by using the MMS text message plan.

How to check if a MINE & ICE camera can work in your country or not?

To determine if a MINE & ICE camera can work in your country or not, one of the main thing you want to check is if the camera has the frequency band your country’s wireless carrier uses. Our MINE 2G camera is Quad Band, which means it works on 850/900/1800/1900. Our MINE 3G camera is Dual Band, which works only on 850 and 1900. Please click here to find out if the frequency matches.

http://www.worldtimezone.com/gsm.html

Last Update: 02.12.2020  

02.12.2020  Camera Information

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