@iwahdan said in New Release Candidate v1.20.0.rc13:
@Thosch42 said in New Release Candidate v1.20.0.rc13:
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Hello @Thosch42 , are you using Wifi or LTE?
I'm working with a Lopy1 (L01), so there's no LTE. I use Wifi.
@robert-hh On push button reset it works like you said; however, if you call the lte.reset() the lte.iccid() no longer works.
I'm now trying to decide should we do an modem.at('AT+CFUN=4') or modem.at('AT+CFUN=1')?
1 - full functionality, enable SIM card
4 - disable phone both transmit and receive RF circuits, enable SIM card
Is there a downside to setting the functionality to "1 - full" always? I really don't care about power usage, but I do care about best connectivity at all times.
@mylescai the nanogateway opens a socket connection to the TTN server. So you just have to attach and connect the LTE link, and the go on with connecting to TTN.
Edit: To be more specific. In nanogateway.py, function start(), at about line 140 the wifi is set up. At that place you can instead set up the LTE connection.
@Jordan-Reyes Technically speaking Fipy (Fi as five perhaps...) is a 5G module. LTE-M and NB-IOT are inside 5G scope network. But if you have in minds higher data bandwith we must be wait some years i guess.
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