Tutorial 09 for Arduino: Wireless Communication

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24 thoughts on “Tutorial 09 for Arduino: Wireless Communication

  1. How about a …
    How about a tutorial on sending a typed out sentence from a computer over XBee and have it display on? an external display connected to the Arduino?

  2. Thanks for all the …
    Thanks for all the videos!? 😀

    So i need to create a network, with 5 arduinos
    I want one of them to be something like a server and all of others only communicate with server, and server tell each of them what are the other arduinos are doing.

    can i use XBEE? and um… id be happy if u just tell me what to use and ill find all the info about it my self, just a little guidance to the starting point please

  3. Thank you very much …
    Thank you very much, this was a great and easy? to follow tutorial.

  4. Dude you gotta move …
    Dude you gotta move the? curser when you re filming these videos haha

  5. can we make a …
    can we make a serial wireless? communication between the pc the arduino using the xbee?

  6. why not just send a …
    why not just send a raw byte over serial, instead of an ascii byte? because? then you can have values 0 to 255, which is more resolution than the server can even handle

  7. This is? great. …
    This is? great. Really helped me learn in one day what would take months.

  8. I have a question …
    I have a question about the comment he made on the jumper when working with the Xbee shield attached to the board, do I also have to use the? jumper when interfacing the Arduino with a Bluetooth module? I’m having trouble with a Bluetooth module and my Arduino UNO and I don’t know if the jumper thing is the problem.

  9. @PetaByte220 I’m a …
    @PetaByte220 I’m a newby too, but I did see alot of components on the shields.
    I too, don’t have the shields. Looks like this video answered about 56 questions for? me.
    I have to get this all running. I need those wireless sensors!
    This video helped out though, tons!

  10. How would you …
    How would you program the board to read? in the two values?

    Thanks!

  11. First of all, …
    First of all, thanks for the very informative videos! I wouldn’t have gotten started without watching your videos. However I do have a question for you: when sending data via the Xbee, how do you send data with two or more analog inputs on the transmission Xbee side? This video just has you sending analog data from the POT where the receiving unit only needs to read one value. Let’s say you? have a photo resistor and accelerometer on the transmission side. How would you program the board to read

  12. My brother added a …
    My brother added a serial print line command. Suddenly without any reason at all it began working correctly. Weird. Since I can’t troubleshoot what is working I just went on. I like your videos and I hope to? make some video tutorials myself someday.

  13. @bisbeejim1 You’ll …
    @bisbeejim1 You’ll need to be a bit more specific about what isn’t? working.

  14. @bisbeejim1 You’ll …
    @bisbeejim1 You’ll need to be a bit? more specific about what isn’t working.

  15. I bought all the …
    I bought all the equipment, hooked? it up as shown, programmed everything, turned it all one and nothing worked. I have checked everything three times. I need some help finding what’s wrong.

  16. Thanx for this …
    Thanx for this great series it’s really useful,

    I would like to know if there is any? way to do it without shields, can I just connect xbee directly to the Arduino?

    Regards …

  17. Hey Jeremy, Thanx …
    Hey Jeremy, Thanx For All Ur awesome tutorials they ROCK!.. ive watched them all actually 😀

    Anyway i wanted to ask u, is this tutorial applicable to Series 1 Xbees? (they have a function set of XBEE 802.15.4 Version 10E6)… because i previously followed another tutorial before coming across urs,

    i screwed things up because they were different versions, it bricked? and i had a hard time Unbricking… Thanks

  18. @ds5221 Only if you …
    @ds5221 Only if you utilize the multiple serial? lines on the Arduino Mega.

  19. is it possible to …
    is it possible to receive data from a serial port from the computer? to arduino board and then send some data over xBee to another arduino?

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