8 June 2019 at 7:53 PM #38398rtarsonParticipant
So I want to try to get this thing working, need of assistance being that I’m getting into this kind of stuff IoT that is. I see that on the product page for Raspberry Pi Cellular IoT HAT – LTE-M & NB-IoT & eGPRS there are Quectel Drivers for Linux.
My initial question in order to first start sending SMS do I need to install these drivers?
I have went through the steps on GitHub to get the examples working. I kind of just want to get something working so that I can not be frustrated and know that what I have works.
Currently I have a live and enabled Hologram IoT sim in my raspberry PI with a phone tied to the sim.
Like I said I followed the steps on the GitHub repo just as it specifies and I have first tried leaving the Script untouched with
cellulariot.CellularIoT()as the node.
I run the script just like this:
sudo python3 sendSMS.py. This is what the script looks like:1234567891011121314151617181920'''sendSMS.py - This is basic SMS Service example.Created by Yasin Kaya (selengalp), October 31, 2018.'''from cellulariot import cellulariotimport timenode = cellulariot.CellularIoT() # for Sixfab CellularIoT HAT#node = cellulariot.CellularIoTApp() # for Sixfab CellularIoT App. Shieldnode.setupGPIO()node.disable()time.sleep(1)node.enable()time.sleep(1)node.powerUp()node.sendATComm("ATE1","OK\r\n")node.sendSMS("+1315xxxxxxx","hello world!")
I’ve tried taking out command to wait for node.getResponse(“RDY”) and also changing ATE1. Nothing working.
Here is the output:
BG96 module disabled!
BG96 module enabled!
BG96 module powered up!
It will continue to report ATE1
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