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import IRadioConfigResponse;
import IRadioConfigIndication;
* This interface is used by telephony and telecom to talk to cellular radio for the purpose of
* radio configuration, and it is not associated with any specific modem or slot.
* All the functions have minimum one parameter:
* serial: which corresponds to serial no. of request. Serial numbers must only be memorized for the
* duration of a method call. If clients provide colliding serials (including passing the same
* serial to different methods), multiple responses (one for each method call) must still be served.
interface IRadioConfig {
* Set response functions for radio config requests & radio config indications.
* @param radioConfigResponse Object containing radio config response functions
* @param radioConfigIndication Object containing radio config indications
setResponseFunctions(IRadioConfigResponse radioConfigResponse,
IRadioConfigIndication radioConfigIndication);
* Get SIM Slot status.
* Request provides the slot status of all active and inactive SIM slots and whether card is
* present in the slots or not.
* @param serial Serial number of request.
* Response callback is IRadioConfigResponse.getSimSlotsStatusResponse()
oneway getSimSlotsStatus(int32_t serial);
* Set SIM Slot mapping.
* Maps the logical slots to the physical slots. Logical slot is the slot that is seen by modem.
* Physical slot is the actual physical slot. Request maps the physical slot to logical slot.
* Logical slots that are already mapped to the requested physical slot are not impacted.
* Example no. of logical slots 1 and physical slots 2:
* The only logical slot (index 0) can be mapped to first physical slot (value 0) or second
* physical slot(value 1), while the other physical slot remains unmapped and inactive.
* slotMap[0] = 1 or slotMap[0] = 0
* Example no. of logical slots 2 and physical slots 2:
* First logical slot (index 0) can be mapped to physical slot 1 or 2 and other logical slot
* can be mapped to other physical slot. Each logical slot must be mapped to a physical slot.
* slotMap[0] = 0 and slotMap[1] = 1 or slotMap[0] = 1 and slotMap[1] = 0
* @param serial Serial number of request
* @param slotMap Logical to physical slot mapping, size == no. of radio instances. Index is
* mapping to logical slot and value to physical slot, need to provide all the slots
* mapping when sending request in case of multi slot device.
* EX: uint32_t slotMap[logical slot] = physical slot
* index 0 is the first logical_slot number of logical slots is equal to number of Radio
* instances and number of physical slots is equal to size of slotStatus in
* getSimSlotsStatusResponse
* Response callback is IRadioConfigResponse.setSimSlotsMappingResponse()
oneway setSimSlotsMapping(int32_t serial, vec<uint32_t> slotMap);