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Building Wireless Sensor Networks Using Arduino by Matthijs Kooijman

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Getting and running XCTU

XBee configuration and test utility (XCTU) can be downloaded from http://www.digi.com/xctu. In this book, the Next Generation XCTU, version 6.2.0, was used, but using the newest version available is recommended. Starting with this 6.2.0 version, Linux is supported in addition to Windows and OS X.

After running through the installer and starting XCTU, the first step is to add a module that tells XCTU which serial port to connect to, and what settings to use. There are two buttons for this:

Getting and running XCTU

You will normally use the left Add devices button, which asks you for the settings to use. The right Discover devices button can be used ...

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