This article shows how to achieve wireless communication using XBee radios. The XBee radio is soldered on breakout board to be placed on breadboard. Two breadboards with a PIC on each is used and XBees are powered from 3,3V regulators. Source code is included on the link below.
Wireless Communication with XBee Radios – [Link]
mBeduino is an mBed board that can be connected with Arduino Shields. mBeduino board contains: USB-A, LAN RJ-45, SD or microSD, CAN driver MCP2551, XBee or XBee PRO, Arduino Shield socket, I2C EEPROM socket, RTC backup capacitor and DC input (6～12V). It comes from Japan and joins the worlds of mbed and Arduino.
mBeduino – [Link]
This project is a wireless temperature and humidity sensor based on Sensirion SHT15 sensor and PIC18F1220. The unit is wirelessly sends the readings to a base station to display and log the data. The wireless link is implemented using XBee RF modules.
Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor – [Link]
This is a blog that documents various Arduino projects. The author is living to a Solar Powered home that offers a wealth of ways to use Arduino’s and connected sensors. He shows how to use a Xbee module and how to make an Arduino Solar Battery Monitor.
TropicArduino: Arduino projects – [Link]
This project is a garage status monitor that is able to tell when the garage door is open or closed and also monitor the ambient temperature. It is based on an Arduino board, a XBee module and a LM36 sensor. The garage door status is sensed by a roller contact switch, data is handled by a Windows Service and displayed over the web. [via]
Garage Status Monitor – [Link]
User Alexdlp @ instructables.com build a wireless 2×16 character display on Altoids box. To achieve wireless connectivity he used an Xbee module and a suitable antenna. Check construction details on the link below. There are two unit one connected to PC and a remote one.
Wireless Altoids Display - [Link]
If you have an Arduino project where the dev board is stuck inside a machine, or attached to the rafters or is inaccessible in some other way, a wireless programming/debugging link will save you tons of time. This tutorial is an extension on Rob’s version. In this version, no extra firmware or hardware (other than a capacitor) is necessary. Just use the default bootloader. I demonstrate it with a ‘classic’ Arduino but of course this can be easily adapted to any version or clone.
Wireless Arduino programming using XBee’s - [Link]
XBee modems are one of the easiest ways to create a wireless point-to-point or mesh network. They have error correction, are configured with AT commands, come in multiple flavors and can create a wireless serial link out of the box! I wanted to make a wireless Arduino project but all the adapter boards on the market made me unhappy. So I designed what I think is an excellent low-cost adapter board.
An XBee wireless modem adapter - [Link]