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I was wondering  whether anybody out there has successfully networked XBee Pro Digimesh 900s using an Arduino Fio.

Basically all I would really like to do is to set up the wireless com so that I can manipulate Digital outputs on the Arduino Fio based off of commands I send to my through the serial port assigned to the xbee connected to my PC.

Additionally I'd like to use some of the analog inputs on the arduino to monitor status (of items controlled by my digital outputs) and have the xbee on my fio sending back the info. 

Any help would be very appreciated.
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Additionally I'd like to use some of the analog inputs on the arduino to monitor status (of items controlled by my digital outputs) and have the xbee on my fio sending back the info.
You want to connect digital outputs from the XBee to analog pins on the Arduino. Why? Something is not quite right in this statement.
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Additionally I'd like to use some of the analog inputs on the arduino to monitor status (of items controlled by my digital outputs) and have the xbee on my fio sending back the info.
You want to connect digital outputs from the XBee to analog pins on the Arduino. Why? Something is not quite right in this statement.

Essentially what I have is a small mp3 player, LED strobe , and a gopro camera that I'd like to control.  each has a separate operating voltage so the Digital outs actually control relays that will apply the power when the digital outs are driven high.  The analog Inputs will actually be connected the mp3 player / strobe / camera to make sure the power distribution is working well.

sorry for the confusion
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