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Project Description

This is a python implementation of the Link Labs host interface.

To get started, simply instantiate a ModuleDriver:

import ll_ifc
mod = ll_ifc.ModuleDriver()

Then, set up the module with your gateway’s network token and the desired application token:

app_token = '12345678901234567890'
net_token = '12345678'
mod.set_up(app_token, net_token)

Once that’s finished, you can send uplink messages:


And receive downlink messages:

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