This release doesn't appear to be changing the LoRaWAN mac version to 1.0.3, on a LoPy4. Update performed with Pycom firmware updater tool (not self built).
>>> import os
(sysname='LoPy4', nodename='LoPy4', release='1.20.3.b3', version='v1.11-92f2b22e on 2021-04-19', machine='LoPy4 with ESP32', lorawan='1.0.2', sigfox='1.0.1', pybytes='1.6.1', pygate='1.0.1')
Could it be that the name was not updated, though the firmware still tries to support 1.0.3?
If this feature requires me building a more recent beta version, would consider it. Could really do with this for testing.
Thanks for any pointers.
@peterp When I wrote that post it was reproducible using my example. Please try it out just as I posted it and see. I don't have a device on me at the moment, but I can give it another shot in a few hours.
@mxklt said in Firmware Release v1.20.2.r2:
I get an error when i try to use machine.pygate_reset() -> LORAPF_ERROR:pygate_reset failed to reset
Pycom MicroPython 1.20.2.r2 [v1.11-3a7776d] on 2020-11-23; GPy with ESP32
Please update the Pygate FW and try again: https://docs.pycom.io/updatefirmware/expansionboard/
Nice to see that someone started to update the documentation.
I don't know the actual status. When I started many examples were broken or not implemented completely, Not a big deal for professionals, but you target beginners as well. They need running examples.
Experts and beginners struggle together when examples show deprecated or outdated code. This will be problem in the near future. You decided to stop updating LoPys. So we need documentation and examples for different versions.
It will be nice, if the examples are part of your tests, so you can notice bad examples early.
@thinginnovations said in Pygate PoE Adapters:
I think the date should be 6th July
Sorry yes this has been corrected.
@robert-hh said in Pygate PoE Adapters:
For those who want to replace the diode in case it looks bad after de-soldering, it would be interesting to know which diode model can be used.
I'll check with the hardware team
I am just started to dig into to threading, but my understanding is that pycom only support _thread, which has limited functionality compared to threading. Like lack of .start or .stop. Is my understanding false? Cause the sample code is not working on my wipy.