getting RSSI from LTE connection can cause modem to hang
timh last edited by
I was hoping to find the RSSI in a reliable manner.
After some experimentation it appears it can only be called between
If you call it after you have a connection, any subsequant AT command cause OSError, and resetting the pycom doesn't appear to reset the modem, the only way of resetting the modem requires a power cycle.
def signal(l): result = l.send_at_cmd('AT+CSQ').strip().split() if len(result)>2: return int(result.split(',')) return 99 l = connection.connect() # does all the stuff to connect to Telstra and resturns the connected LTE object >>> signal(l) 10 >>> signal(l) 99 >>> l.isconnected() True >>> connection.signal(l) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File "connection.py", line 58, in signal OSError: the requested operation failed >>> l.isconnected() True >>> l.isattached() Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> OSError: the requested operation failed
panda last edited by
I have had very good success with the latest firmware. In my experience you must soft reset the modem before and after every connection lte.reset(). I also have a 1s pause between disconnecting, detaching and resetting.
I have tested hundreds of cycles with no issues so far.
RWall last edited by
@timh - Despite having the very latest firmware which was released a few days ago, I too am having to resort to a hard reset after each attach/connect disconnect/deattach cycle despite using no AT commands after connecting. Are you able to attach/connect after a disconnect/deattach if you don't use any AT commands in between? I just read another topic that indicates modem hang is typical. Thanks!