Can someone tell me if exists some code made in this area? How can I create clusters using this tecnology?
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claudioalves wrote:Thanks for your answer Stevech.First of all I'm assuming your going to be using AT mode rather than API mode to pass serial(?) data to/from the Xbees
What I'm trying to implement is this: install a ZigBee coordinator (The most capable device, the coordinator forms the root of the network tree and might bridge to other networks. There is exactly one ZigBee coordinator in each network), a ZigBee Router (to passing data from other devices) and ZigBee End Device (Contains just enough functionality to talk to the parent node that cannot relay data from other devices). I need to create a network (star topology its a good idea), where its possible to send/receive data from any XBee (making some hops if necessary) to the main computer, where will get all the information. To do this, I need to make a code in C language. Do you have any idea if exist some code made for this situation? I remember you that all the code is "installed" in a atmega168 micro.
stevech wrote:Series 1 can use DigiMesh ( http://www.digi.com/technology/digimesh/ )
XBee series 1 is not viable for ZigBee type of meshing. You can do your own "mesh" with static routing if the nodes don't move.
stevech wrote: Xbee series 2 is all about ZigBee. Beware that ZigBee mesh routers cannot be battery powered; end nodes can.Series 2 can use ZigBee mesh.
ScaredyCat wrote:I don't know why you want to make life difficult for yourself.I have used the series 2 modules before both in transparent and API mode. But now I cannot get them to work together. I am not sure if I have defective units or missing something. I can reprogram all of them using x-ctu with the function sets listed for xb24-b modules. Could you give me the setup instructions for one module to connect to many modules mainly to send data but if possible to receive from them as well?
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