My system will consist of an Xbee S2 on the master side and an Xbee S2 and Arduino Uno on the slave side.
Because the recieving S2 cannot output analog values and only has 2 PWM output, I'm in a bit of a plight because I won't be able to read the values using an Arduino.
1. Will reading the analog values through serial work?
Are there any other methods of achieving the exchange?
2. What is the basic framework for this method if it is feasible (i.e. what libraries should I use)?
Why use mesh network models for point to point communication?
If the XBee is supposed to be controlling things, what is the Arduino doing?
...it seems to me that the XBee on the Arduino should be doing nothing more than receiving data over the air, and passing it on to the Arduino.
1. Will reading the analog values through serial work?Of course.
I am using Xbees to pass values from point A to B wirelessly, and see no other way of doing this. Do you know of another (cheaper?) way to pass points from point A to B wirelessly that doesn't use Xbees. If so, I'd entertaining the possibility of using them.
I am unsure of how to pass the four analog values from the receiving Xbee to the Arduino.
The problem is that I have 4 analog values and don't have any way of differentiating them as they pass through serial.
All 4 values will be in each packet. In the correct order.