You now implemented LoRaWAN 1.0.3 (Class A& C). Does that mean that the MAC command “DeviceTimeRequest” can now be used to synchronize the real time clock of an end device? (see https://lora-alliance.org/resource_hub/lorawan-specification-v1-0-3/) If yes, how? Or where can I find that information?
As a beginner I try to connect to wifi using my phone as possible access point.
I found the below code:
from network import WLAN
for net in nets:
and thought it would provide all networks, i.e my phone and my router. But, only my router shows up and I get a message that AP
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "boot.py", line 16, in <module>
ValueError: AP SSID not given
The Wifi SSD is in a file pybytes_config.json. There is another settingsfile but I do not know where.
But, shouldn't the SCAN method provide all networks without any SSID settings?
@B-Taylor There are always problems with AT commands once you are connected() to LTE.
To resolve this, execute the AT commands before connecting and seek "data mode" in the modem documentation on how to exit and re-enter data mode.
That diagnostic seems to reference VisualStudio rather than Atom. The pymakr plugins for VS & Atom are different as far as I know, are you sure you have the right one?
As far as Atom goes you probably need to roll back. https://forum.pycom.io/topic/6970/pymakr-not-compatible-with-atom-1-56/7
Not sure what the possibilities for this are nowadays, as the email address is also tied to your Pybytes and webshop account using a single-signon. Please send me a private message if you still want your email changed and I'll let you know if it is still possible!