RUTX50 - AT lte_mimo_info meaning

do you perhaps know the interpretation of these figures for the AT command AT+QNWCFG=“lte_mimo_info” ?

So far I understand that the first ones are PCI and EARFCN

Firmware version: RUTX_R_00.07.06.3
Internal modem firmware version: RG501QEUAAR12A09M4G_04.200.04.200

Thank you


Quectel does not provide any information on the output of this command, but judging by the output for LTE and 5G:

root@RUTX50:~# gsmctl -A 'at+QNWCFG="nr5g_mimo_info"'
+QNWCFG: "nr5g_mimo_info",372,634080,2,1
+QNWCFG: "nr5g_mimo_info",535,634080,2,1
+QNWCFG: "nr5g_mimo_info",667,634080,2,1

root@RUTX50:~# gsmctl -A 'at+QNWCFG="lte_mimo_info"'
+QNWCFG: "lte_mimo_info",301,1348,4,1
+QNWCFG: "lte_mimo_info",471,300,0,0
+QNWCFG: "lte_mimo_info",349,9360,0,0

The first two numbers do in fact represent PCI and (E)ARFCN, the third letter could be the MIMO status (in the case of EARFCN 1348 - 4x4 MIMO), and the fourth number could represent the availability of MIMO for that particular carrier.
But I’d like to remind you, that these are only guesses, thus I’d suggest asking about this command on the Quectel forums:

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

we’ll see if Quenctel responds to my query

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