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12/29/2017 Steps to Use HAVbED Tracking with PageGate

PageGate can be integrated with GERs HAVbED Tracking system by using PageGates GetAscii module.

GERs HAVbED can be configured to output XML formatted files when alerts need to be sent.

Steps to Use HAVbED Tracking


12/27/2017 Physical vs Virtual Cellular Infrastructure: The Pros and Cons

Cellular hardware comes in three varieties: cellular modem, router and gateway.

Cellular modems are physical devices that typically connect to a system through USB or RS-232. These devices aren't virtualized by default but can be virtualized with the aid of a COM port virtualizer. Cellular routers and gateways can natively be accessed by IP.

Physical vs Virtual Cellular Infrastructure: The Pros and Cons


12/25/2017 The Command Line ASCII Interface

Use the Command Line / ASCII Interface to Pass Text and SMS Messages from Within Applications

Command Line / ASCII Interface


12/22/2017 How to Install PageGate Version 8

Follow these steps to install PageGate version 8.

How to Install PageGate Version 8


12/20/2017 How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware

Cellular hardware is, by far, the fastest and most reliable method of sending SMS with PageGate. However, the hardware itself has its own limitations on how fast it can push the traffic to the outside world.

Typically speaking, cellular hardware will be able to accept one message for delivery every 2 or 3 seconds, which means that the upper delivery rate on most cellular hardware is between 20 and 30 messages per minute. If you try to push more traffic than the device is capable of handling, you'll receive a CMS Error 500 indicating that the device has been overloaded and that can cause message delivery headaches like missed messages.

How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware


12/18/2017 Checkout the Latest Videos for PageGate version 8

Need Help with PageGate version 8? Checkout the new series of video tutorials that explain different features and functions

PageGate Version 8 Video Tutorials


12/15/2017 PageGate Filter Pack

The PageGate Filter Pack gives PageGate the power to completely reformat the contents of, or extract data from the original message text.


12/13/2017 GroundProbe Integration

Follow these steps to use GroundProbe SSR Viewer Alarms with PageGate.

The GroundProbe system generates .csv format files that PageGate then finds and processes into a SMS this is then sent out to the client via a fitted USB dial up modem fitted with a local SIM card.

GroundProbe CAD uses PageGate's GetAscii module to pass messages to PageGate for delivery. To configure PageGate to accept the messages from the CAD:

GroundProbe Integration


12/11/2017 Steps to Use Alston Tascom with PageGate

PageGate can easily be integrated with Alstons Tascom systems with the GetTAP module. Alstons Tascom systems can output the TAP protocol which GetTAP can accept.

Steps to Use Alston Tascom with PageGate


12/08/2017 SMS tool brings sexual, reproductive health information to Rwanda youth

Rwandas health system has seen great improvements in recent years, yet one area of health care remains underserved, particularly for young people: sexual and reproductive health.

Stigma and embarrassment keep young people from learning about their bodies, health and rights.

To address this need, UNFPA, the Ministry of Health, Imbuto Foundation and other partners recently released Mobile for Reproductive Health – or M4RH – an interactive messaging system that reaches mobile phone users with information about puberty, preventing sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy, and where to find health services.

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12/06/2017 Seven Ways to Use Transactional Messaging

Research shows that it takes the average person 90 minutes to respond to an email message, but only 90 seconds to respond to a text message. Knowing that, retailers, brands and marketers need to develop mobile strategies that enhance existing efforts with SMS messages and reach consumers in the most direct way – on their personal devices. Surprisingly, 75% of consumers actually want companies to text them for anything ranging from appointment or payment reminders to special offers, yet only around 30% are doing so. Needless to say: this is a massive, untapped opportunity.

While traditional promotional SMS messages focus on marketing (one-day sales, product launches, weekly informative broadcast campaigns), transactional SMS messages based on triggered events add value for consumers because they’re personalized, relevant and timely. They are designed to increase loyalty, prevent lapsed buying behavior, and re-engage valuable consumers. So what are the benefits?

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12/04/2017 Cell Phone Usage is the New Smoking

Cellphone usage is the new smoking.

Smartphone devices are a scourge. Everyone is abused regularly by having to listen to one-sided conversations in public spaces or by colleagues and friends who don’t pay attention to conversations but focus instead on their screens.

A recent British survey found that the average person looks at their mobile phone 27 times a day, and that does not include the restaurant patrons, train passengers, and classroom students whose gaze never leave their screens for long periods of time.

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12/01/2017 Similar texting habits leads to relationship satisfaction

Texting is ubiquitous in modern day dating culture.

While relationships were once born out of thoughtful love letters and red, red roses, today romance blossoms via witty observations and phallic emojis.

However, the art of written communication is not to be dismissed, as a new study suggests that couples with similar texting habits might be more satisfied in their relationship as a result.

Psychologists at Pace University, New York, surveyed 205 Americans between the ages of 18 and 29, all of whom were in relationships.

Each participant was asked about different aspects of their texting behaviour, from frequency of initiation to the nature of their conversations i.e. whether they text just to say hello, to show affection or to raise an issue.

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