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Reply To: Sending Data Through Verizon Network

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Shannon Hicks
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The code we put on your loggers a few months ago needs to be replaced with the newer version because the latest updates account for the addition of Verizon as a carrier, and make a few other tweaks to the basic functions of the station we’ve made since deploying a few dozen LTE stations in the last month and examining their performance. All you need to customize the code is three things: enter your station ID /stream name into the correct part of the code near the beginning (line 47), the UUID information for each station (which Jake will have to get from the MMW site since only the site owner can view those values), and you’ll also need the turbidity sensor calibration information, which is written in the “Notes” field of the two turbidity parameters in each of your stations (these are the values obtained from the calibration sheet that comes from the turbidity sensor manufacturer and is unique to each individual turbidity sensor).

So you have all the info you need to customize the sketch for all of your stations. If you want to email the sketches to me before you write them to the logger so I can check them for accuracy, that might be a good idea. Just zip all the .ino files into one ZIP file. Many email clients won’t let you attach a raw sketch file due to antivirus/security filters, so it’s best to zip them before sending.