FiPy unable to import LTE library
markopraakli last edited by markopraakli
I tried to use this example of my brand new FiPy: https://docs.pycom.io/chapter/firmwareapi/pycom/network/lte/cat-m1.html
But after "from network import LTE" I got an error:
from network import LTE
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: cannot import name LTE
Where is LTE library or I missing something?
Firmware: MicroPython v1.8.6-834-g5677703c on 2017-11-13; FiPy with ESP32
incognico last edited by
We're hoping to use Telstra Australia
markopraakli last edited by
If you tell us the carrier you're planning to use that would help.
Hi, We're plaaning to use Telia Sonera https://teliasoneranorge.github.io/products/connectivity/
They should have support for LTE Cat M1 allready. Currently we're using other much expensive GSM modules, if we'll can get use Pycom modules then we're super happy... 100pcs or more :)
jmarcelino last edited by
Even though we use an approved modem design the nature of LTE Cat M1 means we have to do some work to certify the product before it's allowed on networks.
We shipped the final test units to carriers just before this main shipments and those are still undergoing certification. Once everything is ready we'll post an update to enable that functionality.
Note only a small number of carriers has yet deployed Cat M1. If you tell us the carrier you're planning to use that would help.
I'll see if I can put up a post today explaining this and asking for feedback on which networks people want to use as it would help with our planning.
livius last edited by livius
you miss this post
especially this sentence
Sigfox and LTE Cat M1 support will be coming later this week though a new version of the firmware updater tool