Thanks - I'll do that when I get back home.
Appreciate the heads up and URL
Have you read the manual and examples yet - not sure what kind of help you're looking for unless you ask with some detail of the problem
Nice - very easy to read and understand.
Thanks for posting.
You should try tech support (email@example.com) at Sparkfun first. You can refer them to this post,
otherwise there's no guarantee they'll be looking at this forum.
I have a GE865 - so not exactly the same, but same FTP/HTTP commands. So much of these modules are dependent on the SIM card you have and what services you've subscribed to on your provider account. Have you had success with Voice Dialing and SMS? Have you been able to retrieve a web page using HTTP...
I have some code available for the GM862. Big thing was setting the right AT# BND mode and getting the carrier's phone number setting right. I have a GM865 that doesn't seem to register properly on network - thinking it is likely tied to your comment on getting the carrier's phone number right. Do ...
This caught my eye in the Popular Science Innovation Awards issue. It's basically a low power (3-5 watts) mini-server that plugs into a wall socket. The SheevaPlug is based on an ARM CPU, with USB and Ethernet. Built around a 1.2GHz Marvell Sheeva ARM-compatible CPU equipped with 512 Mbytes of flash...
All the AT commands for XBees can be found in the product manuals on the Digi site - or if you're struggling on that site - use Sparkfun's. Just find the applicable module first. Every one of the Xbee modules they sell has a link to the Product Manual for that module. The AT command reference is det...
Not sure but this appears to be in C++.
Author's comments also say
It should be easy to port this library to any microcontroller that supports C++ and serial available/read/write/flush. The only other dependency is the millis() function for milliseconds.
If you're still looking for a higher power Xbee board, I saw this one at adafruit recommended - apparently 250mA
http://www.adafruit.com/index.php?main_ ... cts_id=126
Also, the RSSI LED on the board connects to Pin 6, which is not RSSI on the XSC module; it is a pin that can put the XSC module into command mode at boot-up. Thanks for finding this Alan. I looked closer in the manuals after you mentioned this. The pins have more than a few variations - so I guess ...