Controlling a xbee network using an arduino


As promised some days ago, here is the followup to the minimal arduino post. I share the arduino code used in controlling a znet 2.5/xbee series 2 network, as well as the schematics for the controller itself.

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in the spirit of piksel: a minimal arduino

bird brain

bird brain

Piksel starts today, and that gave me an excuse to finally post some of the technical info related to the wind-up birds project. Tomorrow I am giving a presentation of the mechanical woodpeckers at the festival.

The first tech-post is about how to program and hook up a atmega168 chip as a minimal arduino standalone, consuming less power and being much cheaper. It uses the internal oscillator running at 8mhz and is powered by 3.3 volts.

I will follow up this in the following days with a post about the xbee-arduino connection.