11 Threads found on edaboard.com: Xbee Firmware
I use Maxstream's xbee, but I have some problems..
I need to send files (1MB size) from a mobile application, that use a MSP430 microcontroller to a PC.
The PC have to localize the application when it is near how fast it can, but the PC doesen't know wen it will happen and whow many applications will come at the same time.
Microcontrollers :: 19.04.2007 09:04 :: emanuelcsm :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 1218
I've been googling around to find a good way to update my ZigBee firmware. However, all the options I've seen didn't work.
I even tried to follow the datasheet which says:
"Minimum pin connections to update firmware: VCC, GND, DOUT, DIN, RTS, DTR"
But I still can't update it using X-CTU from Digi.
The develpment kit is a liitle
RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 13.08.2008 10:45 :: southafrikanse :: Replies: 0 :: Views: 899
i've managed to program my xbee using xctu... but whenever i try to program it in serial communication, it does not reply.
when i command "+++" it replies "OK"
but when i command "ATBD" or any other command, it does not reply..
i don't understand
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 29.11.2010 12:50 :: elmediel :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 792
i want two transmit data between two pc's using xbee module
I have configured the two xbees by setting their pan id same and setting their my address,dl address and sl address
i am using the module in transparent mode
the module which is connected to pc can identify the another module by using the command ATND
now i want to send data to the rem
Embedded Systems and Real-Time OS :: 26.01.2011 05:54 :: nileshgupta :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 1626
How to connect xbee ?
I have one micro controller that work with 5 volt and other micro controller that work with 3.3 volt how to connect them ?
Digital communication :: 21.04.2011 08:04 :: jony4u :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 546
hello evrey one,
i am trying to send data from pic18 threw convertor logic levels( 5 to 3.3) to my xbee , i connected my xbee to vcc=3.3v ,GND and DIN ,
i want to get the data in my other xbee and to send it back to the pic 18 . so i connectd the other xbee to VCC=3.3V,GND and DOUT.
i didnt succeded to transmit the (...)
Electronic Elementary Questions :: 22.04.2011 18:29 :: eagal :: Replies: 8 :: Views: 967
I have to xbee modules, and I want to be able to read a 10K potentiometer wireless, I had connected the pot to ADC0 of one of the xbee modules and I adjusted the pot but on the other side I dont see any information but when I send serial data I can see it, is any other configuration I should do?
Digital communication :: 21.01.2012 22:55 :: icemetal :: Replies: 8 :: Views: 1289
First of all thanks in advance for any help you can give me...
I am currently using a xbee PRO S2 module (XBP24-Z7WIT) to sample a analog input and send it to the embedded computer which has a telegesis ETRXUSB3 with ember EZSP firmware.
In order to do this I configurated the xbee as a end-device with extended sleep mode so it sleeps (...)
Microcontrollers :: 23.05.2012 07:53 :: priestnot :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 362
If the xbee is a series 1, the factory default firmware is "802.15.4" which is point-to-multipoint, it can be converted to the "DigiMesh 2.4" firmware for mesh networking.
Also keep in mind the series 1 and the series 2 are not compatible and cannot establish communications.
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Professional Hardware and Electronics Design :: 09.06.2011 06:52 :: bigdogguru :: Replies: 8 :: Views: 1060
Can use AT command. Actually, for first time use, no need to set. You can use default setting to interfacing with UART 9600 baudrate.
See this xbee Lesson.
Microcontrollers :: 04.10.2011 02:53 :: engshahrul :: Replies: 2 :: Views: 1026
The XB24-ACI-001 is an xbee Series 1 with a chip antenna, which as you've pointed out has been discontinued.
The first and last part of the model number, highlighted in red, indicates it is an xbee Series 1 with 802.15.4 firmware, non-DigiMesh.
The second part of the model number, highlighted in blue, indicates the antenna type, in (...)
RF, Microwave, Antennas and Optics :: 07.02.2013 06:58 :: bigdogguru :: Replies: 1 :: Views: 314