How much overhead is used to send the message “K” back to an SMS?
If you’ve ever received an SMS from your operator, and the sender was the Operator name for example, you may be left wondering how it’s done. In IMS you’d think this could be quite simple – You’d set the From header to be the name rather than the MSISDN, but for most SMSoIP deployments, the … Continue reading Sending SMS with an alphanumeric String as the Source
Quirks and gotchas of working with SMS on IMS on iPhones.
A look at how characters are encoded in an SMS.
Another deep dive into deceptively simple seeming functions to do with SMS.
The first SMS was sent in 1993, and all these years later as 5G rolls out, we’re still supporting it.
Short messaging can be anything but simple…
Sending SMS over LTE using OsmoMSC and OsmoHLR and the SGs interface for SMSoS
Looking into the SGi interface for Circuit Switched Fallback in LTE to use GSM/UMTS networks for Calls & SMS
The other day I got an SMS from my bank, one of the big 4 Australian Banks. BANKNAME Alert: Block placed on card ending in XXXX, for suspicious transaction at ‘THING NICK PURCHASED ONLINE’ for $29.00 at 13:56. If genuine, reply ‘Yes’. If Fraud, reply ‘No’. SMS from bank They’d detected possible fraud on my … Continue reading SMS Security – Banks