I’ve used the XBee Pros extensively in transparent mode, but now I’m trying to get a pair of aircraft up at the same time, so I need to switch API mode; the AT commands for the XBee Pro XSC are different than those for the “normal” XBees, from what I can see in the manuals.
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of limaiem imed
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2012 6:59 PM
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Multi-UAV with the XBee Pro XSC (900 MHz) Modem
if you program your telemetry in transparent mode, you do not need to mention the aircraft ID anywhere in the code or so ...
just be careful to give the same network identifier NI to both modem (normally they have the same by default)
then you need just to program the right baud rate and give them different network names etc ...
in fact you need to follow the same procedure as for other xbee modems
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 11:10 PM, Luke Ionno <address@hidden> wrote:
Does anyone have the XBee setup string for configuring the XBee Pro XSC 900
MHz for Maxstream API mode, as per
http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Subsystem/telemetry? I know that it's not
ideal, due to the limited baud rate, but I'm using 2.4 GHz video links, so
the 900 MHz is required to avoid interference.
One point of confusion, in the wiki page above, it seems to imply that the
aircraft ID is defined as part of the XBEE_INIT string..? Is this the case,
or should I just use X-CTU to configure the modems, and forget the XBEE_INIT
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