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Using Arduino => Networking, Protocols, and Devices => Topic started by: J-H-A-N on Mar 13, 2019, 09:33 pm

Title: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: J-H-A-N on Mar 13, 2019, 09:33 pm

My question is that I have 2 arduinos with wirelles sd shield with their respective xbee modules and I need to send data from one sensor to the other arduino and be able to see that data to be able to receive the data later to be able to integrate a mobile application
Title: Re: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: Power_Broker on Mar 13, 2019, 10:03 pm
My question is that I have 2 arduinos with wirelles sd shield with their respective xbee modules and I need to send data from one sensor to the other arduino and be able to see that data to be able to receive the data later to be able to integrate a mobile application
It is possible to do. Do you have a specific problem or question about the project?
Title: Re: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: J-H-A-N on Mar 14, 2019, 03:39 am
My question is to know how to use these modules with the wirelles sd shield and the xbee module, because I really do not know how it works and I do not find much clear information
Title: Re: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: Power_Broker on Mar 14, 2019, 03:43 am
This should help: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Wireless-SD-Shield-Tutorial/ (https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Wireless-SD-Shield-Tutorial/)
Title: Re: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: J-H-A-N on Mar 14, 2019, 05:03 am
Thanks, One more question the 2 arduinos can send data ?, so that the 2 arduinos are able to send and receive?
Any program or web page that you can use to simulate?
Title: Re: How to communicate 2 arduinos with xbee modules
Post by: Power_Broker on Mar 14, 2019, 10:22 pm
Thanks, One more question the 2 arduinos can send data ?, so that the 2 arduinos are able to send and receive?
Any program or web page that you can use to simulate?
XBees are half duplex, which means that they can send and receive, but NOT at the same time. The easiest way to get full duplex (send and receive at the same time) is to use an additional set of radios (preferably on a different frequency band than the original two radios).