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6 September 2014

  • (diff) (hist) . . N SFTP Client‎; 22:54 . . (+2,567) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This section will go through an example of using the TransPort as a SFTP Client to retrieve a file via SFTP to some SFTP Server. <source lang="python"> import ftplib_d fro...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N FTP Client‎; 22:50 . . (+2,436) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This section will go through an example of using the TransPort as a FTP Client to retrieve a file via FTP to some FTP Server. <source lang="python"> import ftplib from ftpl...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N Telemetry 2 Card Digital In-to-Multiple SMS Example‎; 22:46 . . (+7,676) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This section will go through an example of using the Telemetry 2 I/O card in a WR44 to watch for several Digital In pins to go high, and once it does, send an SMS message to th...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N Telemetry 1 Card Digital In-to-SMS Example‎; 22:40 . . (+3,961) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This section will go through an example of using the Telemetry 1 I/O card in a WR44 to watch for the Digital In pin to go high, and once it does, send an SMS message to a given...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N Expansion Card Python Options‎; 22:36 . . (+2,121) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This section will list out the various options that the expansion cards for the TransPort’s are capable of using. These are the generic options that are available with no re...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N UDP Echo Transport‎; 22:32 . . (+3,434) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This example will go over setting up a generic UDP Server within Python, and echoing out the received data back to a specified destination. For more detailed information on UD...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N TCP Server Loopback Transport‎; 22:27 . . (+5,304) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This example will go over setting up a generic TCP Server within Python, and echoing out the received data back to the host that sent it. Note, this is not a good sample to ...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N Serial data SMS on Transport‎; 22:18 . . (+5,758) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This example will go over combining the two previous examples together to make more of a real world application example. This code will look for specific messages incoming on ...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N Serial Port Transport‎; 22:13 . . (+2,810) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This example will go over the basics of how to read and write data to the serial port of the TransPort via Python. The example will take data it receives on the serial port an...)
  • (diff) (hist) . . SMS Transport‎; 22:07 . . (+2) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs)
  • (diff) (hist) . . N SMS Transport‎; 22:06 . . (+3,940) . . Kjensen8 (Talk | contribs) (New page: ==Purpose== This SMS example will go over the very basics of how to send an SMS message via Python on the TransPort product family. Below is the sample code that will be discussed: ==S...)

27 August 2014

22 August 2014

  • (diff) (hist) . . N Module:idigidata‎; 16:50 . . (+174) . . CherylBusch (Talk | contribs) (New page: This module provides an interface to allow Python applications to send and receive data using the iDigi data service. ==Methods== ===send_to_idigi()=== ; Purpose ; Syntax)

21 August 2014

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19 August 2014

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