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I was working on getting my new Raspberry Pi HAT that I have received and tried the simple example just to see if it is working fine. I have not been able to send a text message to my mobile phone.

I followed the instruction step by step on SixFab Github for their [RPI Cellur HAT][1]RPI Cellur HAT

When I run sendSMS.pysendSMS.py which contains the code below with my phone number I get BG96 is enabled and B96 is started

Then I get a bunch of ATE1 that continuously echo until I cancel out the process.

from cellulariot import cellulariot
import time

#node = cellulariot.CellularIoT() # for Sixfab CellularIoT HAT
node = cellulariot.CellularIoTApp() # for Sixfab CellularIoT App. Shield
node.setupGPIO()

node.disable()
time.sleep(1)
node.enable()
time.sleep(1)
node.powerUp()

node.getResponse("RDY")
node.sendATComm("ATE1","OK\r\n")

node.sendSMS("xxxxxxxxxxxxx","hello world!")

Does anyone know why it just continouslycontinuously throws ATE1 to the command. I am using Hologram_IO as my carrier.

  [1]: https://github.com/sixfab/Sixfab_RPi_CellularIoT_HAT

I was working on getting my new Raspberry Pi HAT that I have received and tried the simple example just to see if it is working fine. I have not been able to send a text message to my mobile phone.

I followed the instruction step by step on SixFab Github for their [RPI Cellur HAT][1]

When I run sendSMS.py which contains the code below with my phone number I get BG96 is enabled and B96 is started

Then I get a bunch of ATE1 that continuously echo until I cancel out the process.

from cellulariot import cellulariot
import time

#node = cellulariot.CellularIoT() # for Sixfab CellularIoT HAT
node = cellulariot.CellularIoTApp() # for Sixfab CellularIoT App. Shield
node.setupGPIO()

node.disable()
time.sleep(1)
node.enable()
time.sleep(1)
node.powerUp()

node.getResponse("RDY")
node.sendATComm("ATE1","OK\r\n")

node.sendSMS("xxxxxxxxxxxxx","hello world!")

Does anyone know why it just continously throws ATE1 to the command. I am using Hologram_IO as my carrier.

  [1]: https://github.com/sixfab/Sixfab_RPi_CellularIoT_HAT

I was working on getting my new Raspberry Pi HAT that I have received and tried the simple example just to see if it is working fine. I have not been able to send a text message to my mobile phone.

I followed the instruction step by step on SixFab Github for their RPI Cellur HAT

When I run sendSMS.py which contains the code below with my phone number I get BG96 is enabled and B96 is started

Then I get a bunch of ATE1 that continuously echo until I cancel out the process.

from cellulariot import cellulariot
import time

#node = cellulariot.CellularIoT() # for Sixfab CellularIoT HAT
node = cellulariot.CellularIoTApp() # for Sixfab CellularIoT App. Shield
node.setupGPIO()

node.disable()
time.sleep(1)
node.enable()
time.sleep(1)
node.powerUp()

node.getResponse("RDY")
node.sendATComm("ATE1","OK\r\n")

node.sendSMS("xxxxxxxxxxxxx","hello world!")

Does anyone know why it just continuously throws ATE1 to the command. I am using Hologram_IO as my carrier.

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Sixfab LTE IOT HAT throwing continuous AT Command

I was working on getting my new Raspberry Pi HAT that I have received and tried the simple example just to see if it is working fine. I have not been able to send a text message to my mobile phone.

I followed the instruction step by step on SixFab Github for their [RPI Cellur HAT][1]

When I run sendSMS.py which contains the code below with my phone number I get BG96 is enabled and B96 is started

Then I get a bunch of ATE1 that continuously echo until I cancel out the process.

from cellulariot import cellulariot
import time

#node = cellulariot.CellularIoT() # for Sixfab CellularIoT HAT
node = cellulariot.CellularIoTApp() # for Sixfab CellularIoT App. Shield
node.setupGPIO()

node.disable()
time.sleep(1)
node.enable()
time.sleep(1)
node.powerUp()

node.getResponse("RDY")
node.sendATComm("ATE1","OK\r\n")

node.sendSMS("xxxxxxxxxxxxx","hello world!")

Does anyone know why it just continously throws ATE1 to the command. I am using Hologram_IO as my carrier.

  [1]: https://github.com/sixfab/Sixfab_RPi_CellularIoT_HAT