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I am using xbees with arduino they are communicating through X-CTU but i am not able to figure out how to do the same through arduino programming.
Have to run a mic and a motor wirelessly, it will be really helpful if someone could suggest some tutorial.
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I am using xbees with arduino they are communicating through X-CTU
Which XBees? How are they communicating through X-CTU? Specifically, how are you validating that two XBees are sending/receiving data.

Are you using shields? Which ones?

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Have to run a mic and a motor wirelessly, it will be really helpful if someone could suggest some tutorial.
The XBees replace wires. They have absolutely nothing to do with what data you send between the two Arduinos or what those Arduinos do with that data.
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I am using Xbee series 2 with Arduino Xbee shield v1.1
On the X-CTU window when we type the data is transmitted and received, to upload the code and make it work is what is needed.
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to upload the code and make it work is what is needed.
What problems are you having? Are you trying to upload the code using the XBees?
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