How can I change the email address from my account?
Management of your account is centralized on the id.sigfox.com service. Log in to this site, then click the "Change email" link to enter your new contact information. Your change will apply to Sigfox Build, Sigfox Partner Network, and Sigfox Buy.
What are Radio Configurations (RCs)?
Sigfox has a global coverage network, operating in unlicensed bands worldwide. Due to local regulations, laws or other operating constraints, the network configuration can differ from one country to the other.
Sigfox Radio Configurations define the radio parameters in which the device shall operate: Sigfox operating frequencies, output power, spectrum access mechanism, throughput, coexistence with other radio technologies.
Learn more on the RC page.
What are Sigfox Credentials?
To communicate on the Sigfox network, Sigfox Network Credentials need to be incorporated into the device. These credentials authenticate the device and ensure secure data transmission.
There are three credentials: ID, NAK (Network Access Key), and PAC (Porting Authorization Code).
Learn more on the Industrialization page.
Does Sigfox provide a geolocation feature?
The Sigfox Network does offer a Location feature, based on a calculation of the most probable location of the device. It is very cost-efficient and requires no additional hardware.
How do I connect a device to my software platform?
Your device sends its data to the Sigfox Cloud, which in turn makes it available to your plaftorm through the Sigfox Backend, using either its REST API or callback methods.
How can I publicly publish information about my product?
What are the purposes of Sigfox certifications? How much do they cost?
Sigfox certifications allow the validation of product compliance with the required standards. They are mandatory for devices intending to communicate on the Sigfox Network.
What are "derived" and "similar" devices?
When starting the Sigfox Ready certification process, a device can be certified as a variant of an already-certified device. These variants can be:
- Derived: variations are solely made to support one or several additional RCs,
- Similar: variations do not affect the device's RF communication part,
- Upgrade: Major changes have been applied while keeping the same model name and same RC.
For more technical questions or to get more details about some topics, please use the search bar at the top of this page!
Visit Sigfox's support site to find many detailed and official documentation:
- Sigfox API 2.0 documentation
- Sigfox Certification handbook and other certification-related documents
- Registering a Device and other Sigfox Backend-related documents
- API Credential Creation and other callback- and API-related documents
- ...and more!
If you are still stuck with your questions, we are confident that the Sigfox community will help you!
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