AWS IoT Wireless

2022/11/28 - 3 new 3 updated api methods

Changes   This release includes a new feature for customers to calculate the position of their devices by adding three new APIs: UpdateResourcePosition, GetResourcePosition, and GetPositionEstimate.

2022/08/25 - 5 updated api methods

Changes   This release includes a new feature for the customers to enable the LoRa gateways to send out beacons for Class B devices and an option to select one or more gateways for Class C devices when sending the LoRaWAN downlink messages.

2022/08/08 - 7 updated api methods

Changes   AWS IoT Wireless release support for sidewalk data reliability.

2022/07/07 - 5 new 3 updated api methods

Changes   Adds 5 APIs: PutPositionConfiguration, GetPositionConfiguration, ListPositionConfigurations, UpdatePosition, GetPosition for the new Positioning Service feature which enables customers to configure solvers to calculate position of LoRaWAN devices, or specify position of LoRaWAN devices & gateways.

2022/04/27 - 6 new 7 updated api methods

Changes   Add list support for event configurations, allow to get and update event configurations by resource type, support LoRaWAN events; Make NetworkAnalyzerConfiguration as a resource, add List, Create, Delete API support; Add FCntStart attribute support for ABP WirelessDevice.

2022/01/06 - 2 new api methods

Changes   Downlink Queue Management feature provides APIs for customers to manage the queued messages destined to device inside AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN. Customer can view, delete or purge the queued message(s). It allows customer to preempt the queued messages and let more urgent messages go through.

2021/11/23 - 2 new api methods

Changes   Two new APIs, GetNetworkAnalyzerConfiguration and UpdateNetworkAnalyzerConfiguration, are added for the newly released Network Analyzer feature which enables customers to view real-time frame information and logs from LoRaWAN devices and gateways.

2021/11/04 - 26 new 3 updated api methods

Changes   Adding APIs for the FUOTA (firmware update over the air) and multicast for LoRaWAN devices and APIs to support event notification opt-in feature for Sidewalk related events. A few existing APIs need to be modified for this new feature.

2021/07/27 - 1 updated api methods

Changes   Add SidewalkManufacturingSn as an identifier to allow Customer to query WirelessDevice, in the response, AmazonId is added in the case that Sidewalk device is return.

2021/06/01 - 6 new api methods

Changes   Added six new public customer logging APIs to allow customers to set/get/reset log levels at resource type and resource id level. The log level set from the APIs will be used to filter log messages that can be emitted to CloudWatch in customer accounts.

2021/05/10 - 4 updated api methods

Changes   Add three new optional fields to support filtering and configurable sub-band in WirelessGateway APIs. The filtering is for all the RF region supported. The sub-band configuration is only applicable to LoRa gateways of US915 or AU915 RF region.

2021/04/26 - 1 updated api methods

Changes   Add a new optional field MessageType to support Sidewalk devices in SendDataToWirelessDevice API

2021/03/31 - 4 updated api methods

Changes   Add Sidewalk support to APIs: GetWirelessDevice, ListWirelessDevices, GetWirelessDeviceStatistics. Add Gateway connection status in GetWirelessGatewayStatistics API.

2021/03/26 - 1 updated api methods

Changes   Support tag-on-create for WirelessDevice.

2021/03/02 - 6 updated api methods

Changes   Add ARN & Tags for PartnerAccount related APIs and WirelessGatewayTaskDefinition related APIs

2021/02/03 - 5 updated api methods

Changes   Add enum value MqttTopic for Destination ExpressionType, add LoRaWANNetworkServerCertificateId for GetWirelessGatewayCertificate API

2020/12/22 - 2 updated api methods

Changes   Adding the ability to use Fingerprint in GetPartnerAccount and ListPartnerAccounts API responses to protect sensitive customer account information.

2020/12/15 - 51 new api methods

Changes   AWS IoT for LoRaWAN enables customers to setup a private LoRaWAN network by connecting their LoRaWAN devices and gateways to the AWS cloud without managing a LoRaWAN Network Server.