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Radio Power

, 19 Aug 2010 CPOL
An in-depth view in to monitoring and controlling the power of your Windows Mobile device's wireless communications systems.
#pragma once
#include "TapiLine.hpp"

/// Moidify the power state of the TAPI WWAN radio
class TapiRadioPower
{
public:
    TapiRadioPower( TapiLineApp& line_app );

    /// Is the WWAN radio enabled?
    bool IsRadioEnabled() const;

    /// enable the WWAN radio
    void Enable() const;

    /// disable the WWAN radio
    void Disable() const;

private:

    /// handle to the open TAPI WWAN radio
    TapiLine line_;

}; // class TapiRadioPower

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