The Hands-on XBEE Lab Manual
Experiments that Teach you XBEE Wirelesss CommunicationsBy
- Jonathan Titus
Electrical, electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineers, plus embedded systems designers and programmers, academics and students, enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs involved with short-range wireless communications, control hardware, and software for XBee modules.
Paperback, 324 Pages
Published: May 2012
"The value of this book lies in the way it guides the reader through assembling the hardware pieces and setting up the experiments, and provides information not easily found in product specifications, user manuals, or application notes."--ComputingReviews.com, March 6, 2013 "For communications systems engineers and designers, this guide to the Digi International XBee radio communication modules provides practical instruction on real world uses of this robust collection of communications products. Beginning with an overview of the X-CTU module software, the work covers topics such as module configuration, one-way digital input communications, remote control applications, analog signals, handling data from multiple analog inputs, remote module control, device discovery, and setting up XBee networks. A series of appendices provides information on module presets and common configuration options. Chapters include detailed schematics and code examples, and additional online resources are provided. Titus is a renowned computer expert and technical writer."--Reference and Research Book News, October 2012