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This sketch receives a voice call from an Arduino with a connected GSM shield. Once connected, it shows the number that is calling, and hangs up. You'll need to attach a speaker and microphone to hear the connected call and send your voice.

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This sketch receives a voice call from an Arduino with a connected GSM shield. Once connected, it shows the number that is calling, and hangs up. You'll need to attach a speaker and microphone to hear the connected call and send your voice.

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Examples > Receive Voice Call

Using the GSM Shield to Receive Calls

This example shows how to use the GSM Shield and Library to receive voice calls. Please click here for more information on the GSM library.

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Examples > GSM library

Receive Voice Call

This sketch receives a voice call from an Arduino with a connected GSM shield. Once connected, it shows the number that is calling, and hangs up. You'll need to attach a speaker and microphone to hear the connected call and send your voice.

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The code below is configured for use with a GSM/GPRS shield. In the variable declaration area, you need to instantiate both the GSM and GSMVoiceCall classes. Inside setup(), call GSM.begin(), with the PINNUMBER of your SIM card as parameter. GSM.begin() will return whether the shield managed to connect to the GSM network or not.

In the loop(), getvoiceCallStatus() checks the status of voice calls.

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