Send and Receive SMS Using SIM7600 GSM Module and Arduino

If your project involve GSM and Arduino, you can consider this tutorial.

INTRODUCTION

Sometimes, it is easier for us to control devices or monitor events through SMS. In this tutorial, we will show you how to send and receive SMS using SIM7600 GSM module and Arduino.

VIDEO

This video shows how to send and receive SMS using SIM7600 GSM module and Arduino.

HARDWARE PREPARATION

Below is the list of items used in the video

Wiring connection table.

Maker UNOSIM7600 GSM Module
5V5V
GNDGND
3TXD
4RXD
5PWR

Sample Code

This is sample code used in the video. To use this code, please download Adafruit FONA library first.

Thank You

References:

  1. SIM7600E-H 4G HAT Wiki Page
  2. Adafruit FONA library

Thanks for reading this tutorial. If you have any technical inquiry, please post at Cytron Technical Forum.

1 thought on “Send and Receive SMS Using SIM7600 GSM Module and Arduino”

  1. Hello, i am following your steps and i have 2 problems. The first one is that i cannot change the baudrate because when i try to find the gps module in the ports it doesn’t show USB UART like yours, it show USB port so i cannot communicate. And the second is that when i continue with the steps you do and try to connect to the local network i get the following errors:
    Interfacing SIM7600 GSM GPS Module with Maker UNO
    Initializing… (May take a minute)
    Attempting to open comm with ATs
    —> AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT
    AT

    Timeout: No response to AT… last ditch attempt.
    —> AT
    AT
    AT
    ATE0
    ATE0
    <—
    Couldn't find SIM7600
    I use linux with arduino uno. Any ideas? Thank you

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