Configuración XBees

Hola!

Tengo un proyecto que se compone de 3 XBees ( 1 actúa como coordinador y los otros dos restantes como End Devices).
El Xbee coordinador está unido mediante una shield con Arduino UNO. Dentro del programa se utiliza direccionamiento de 64 bytes.

Según estos datos, ¿Cómo puedo configurar mis XBees?. En internet he visto que MY debe ser igual a 0xFFFE, ¿pero que valores de DL y DH hay que poner en cada XBee?

Muchas gracias por la ayuda.

Habras leido esto supongo

There are multiple parameters that need to be configured correctly for two modules to talk to each other (although with the default settings, all modules should be able to talk to each other). They need to be on the same network, as set by the ID parameter (see "Configuration" below for more details on the parameters). The modules need to be on the same channel, as set by the CH parameter. Finally, a module's destination address (DH and DL parameters) determine which modules on its network and channel will receive the data it transmits. This can happen in a few ways:

If a module's DH is 0 and its DL is less than 0xFFFF (i.e. 16 bits), data transmitted by that module will be received by any module whose 16-bit address MY parameter equals DL.
If DH is 0 and DL equals 0xFFFF, the module's transmissions will be received by all modules.
If DH is non-zero or DL is greater than 0xFFFF, the transmission will only be received by the module whose serial number equals the transmitting module's destination address (i.e. whose SH equals the transmitting module's DH and whose SL equals its DL).

Again, this address matching will only happen between modules on the same network and channel. If two modules are on different networks or channels, they can't communicate regardless of their addresses.

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Configuration

Here are some of the more useful parameters for configuring your Xbee module. For step-by-step instructions on reading and writing them, see the guide to the Xbee shield. Make sure to prepend AT to the parameter name when sending a command to the module (e.g. to read the ID parameter, you should send the command ATID).
Command Description Valid Values Default Value

ID The network ID of the Xbee module. 0 - 0xFFFF 3332

CH The channel of the Xbee module. 0x0B - 0x1A 0X0C

SH and SL The serial number of the Xbee module (SH gives the high 32 bits, SL the low 32 bits). Read-only. 0 - 0xFFFFFFFF
(for both SH and SL) different for each module

MY The 16-bit address of the module. 0 - 0xFFFF 0

DH and DL The destination address for wireless communication (DH is the high 32 bits, DL the low 32). 0 - 0xFFFFFFFF
(for both DH and DL) 0 (for both DH and DL)

BD The baud rate used for serial communication with the Arduino board or computer.
0 (1200 bps)
1 (2400 bps)
2 (4800 bps)
3 (9600 bps)
4 (19200 bps)
5 (38400 bps)
6 (57600 bps)
7 (115200 bps)

Si, eso ya lo había leído, sin embargo no me resuelve mi duda. Estamos en el caso:

If DH is non-zero or DL is greater than 0xFFFF, the transmission will only be received by the module whose serial number equals the transmitting module's destination address (i.e. whose SH equals the transmitting module's DH and whose SL equals its DL).

Pero al tener dos XBees como End Devices, ¿Qué Serial Number pongo en DH y DL del coordinador? ¿El SH y SL del primer End Device o el SH y SL del segundo?

Cuales son los SH y SL de los End Devices?
he borrado lo intermedio porque no me gustó lo que te sugerí.

Necesitas este programa X-CTU

El primer End Device tiene el siguiente número de serie: 0013A200 40BE3B96 y el segundo End Device: 0013A200 40BD9D70.

Por otra parte, decir que estoy utilizando el programa X-CTU para configurar los XBees