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Where can I locate Legacy drivers?
Category: Miscellaneous, Configuration, Hardware, Installation, Troubleshooting
Please visit the following page ftp://digiftp.digi.com/support_archive
Vibration and shock testing and performance
Category: Hardware, Installation, Miscellaneous
We have had several inquiries about how well the Digi radio modems perform in high vibration environments. Digi has not conducted any vibration analysis tests on our own products. However, our customers have done extensive testing lab and field testi...
Is RSSI the best indication of link quality?
Category: Miscellaneous
One thing to keep in mind is that the RSSI is only an indication of the RF energy detected at the antenna port. The power level reported could be artificially high because it may include energy from background noise and interference as well as the...
Part number for the barrel type power connector
Category: Hardware
Digi uses a 2.1mm ID / 5.5mm OD female barrel power connector plug with center positive to connect power to all interface boards and PKG products. These plugs are very common and readily available from electronics distributors, such as Dig...
Use of content from Digi manuals
Category: Miscellaneous
Content from Digi manuals may be used by our OEM customers in their own documentation subject to the following conditions: Clearly state: "Parts of this manual are used by permission of Digi, Inc." Submit a copy of the...
Radio Emission Designation And Modulation Type For Digi RF Radios
Category: Miscellaneous
9XStream/9XCite Modulation Type: FSK Emission Designation: 260KF1D 24XStream Modulation Type: FSK Emission Designation: 400K0F1D 9XTend Modulation Type: FSK (@9600 baud), GFSK (@115200 baud) Emission Designation: 350KF1D (XT09) EmissionD...
Using Port Monitoring Software for Troubleshooting
Category: Miscellaneous, Troubleshooting
Some integrators who start with a working hard-wired application may find they are not successful when substituting the radios for the wired connection. The best troubleshooting approach is to isolate the problem. A good starting point is to ensure t...
XBee ZigBee Route Discovery and Network Address Discovery
Category: Configuration
In ZigBee there are two important forms of discovery that allow one node to locate and send packets to another node. These two methods are called Route Discovery and Network Address Discovery. Route Discovery: In order for an XBee module to sen...
Installing the USB Driver
Category: Installation
Before installing the driver, make sure you have the PKG-U device and the X-CTU installation disk in your PC. If you do not have a Digi CD, you can download the USB driver from our web site*. You may also want to verify if you have sufficient privile...
The AT Command Set
Category: Configuration, Miscellaneous
The AT command set, also known as the Hayes command set, was originally developed for use with the Hayes modems in the 1980s. Many modern dialup modems are still based around this standard. The term AT command comes from the use of the ASCII characte...
ZigBee Encryption
Category: Configuration
ZigBee supports the 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption to encrypt data on a ZigBee network. Following are answers to frequently asked questions regarding encryption on ZigBee networks. 1) Are ZigBee/802.15.4 Sniffers able to decip...
Why do some of my XBee Network devices say "unspecified" under Product Type, but others have the correct Product Type listed?
Category: Configuration, Hardware
The "Product Type" column on the Configuration > XBee Network and Administration > System Information > XBee Network pages of the ConnectPort X gateways WebUI is a user-configurable field which can be used to help identify various device typ...
What values can I use in XCTU for the DD (Device Type Identifier) parameter?
Category: Configuration, Hardware
The XBee / XBee-PRO DD parameter is the Device Type Identifier field. The DD field is a 4-byte hex string, consisting of an upper and lower word, which when put together result in a meaningful designation such as "RS-232 Adapter" or "X8 Gateway". Th...
XBee & RF Module Feature Comparison Matrix
Category: Hardware
What: XBee & RF Module Feature Comparison Matrix Why: One stop shopping to quickly make a module selection and to understand feature differences. Where: On all Digi.com RF Module product pages and directly here - XBee & RF Module ...
XCTU displays the following error: Unable to communicate with modem
Category: None
Problems may occur when attempting to communicate with an XBee. The baud rate may be unknown, or the firmware within has disabled the serial port. If you work with the XBee AIO or DIO adapters, you will probably need to use this procedure. You can...
USB Drivers for Digi radios and modems: XBee, XTend, and XStream
Category: Installation
Link to the current version of the Digi RF Driver Installer for all versions of Windows: ftp://ftp1.digi.com/support/driver/Digi_USB_RF_Drivers.exe For Linux and Macintosh OS X, it's highly recommended to download and install the drivers directly...
Setting up the Network and Changing Channels with XBee ZNet 2.5 or ZB Radios
Category: Configuration
If you power up your router/end node and it does not join the same channel as the coordinator, verify that the PAN ID is the same on both the coordinator and remote module. If they are the same, follow these steps to reset the remote module. ...
Removing or changing unused COM Ports from Windows.
Category: Miscellaneous, Installation, Hardware, Configuration
Whenever a new USB serial device is plugged into a PC, Windows will assign the device a new, unique COM Port number. This will even happen if the same device is plugged into a different USB port. If you are prototyping or experimenting with differ...
Location of the reset line on an XStick
Category: Hardware, Troubleshooting
To access the reset line on the XStick, you first need to separate the plastic housing. The XStick's housing is held together by four posts, one on each corner. A wide tipped flathead screwdriver should be able to separate the two...
How to find out the date code and manufacturing location information of Digi Products.
Category: Configuration, Hardware, Installation, Miscellaneous
Depending on the location the units are built effects the orientation, linked below is the date code from USA or Thailand.  The date code is 4 digits, 2 digit year and 2 digit week (YYWW) so in these examples the 26th week of 2012. Thailand M...
Maximum payload size for Digi RF radios
Category: Configuration, Miscellaneous, Troubleshooting
When the radio is being used in a transparent (AT) mode, packet size is irrelevant because the data will be fragmented as needed. However, when using API frames, it is important not to exceed the allowable payload size.  Maximum payload size ...
Optimizing USB to Serial Port Settings 
Category: Configuration, Hardware, Installation, Miscellaneous, Troubleshooting
Digi interface boards and USB adapters use an FTDI Chip for the USB to serial conversion. The default configuration for FTDI's drivers are optimized for high speed serial devices. Digi RF radios operate at lower baud rates than are optimal for these ...
Digital and Analog Sampling Using XBee Radios
Category: Configuration, Hardware, Miscellaneous
  XBee radios have multiple I/O lines that can be used to gather Digital or Analog data, and then transmit that data to another XBee for interpretation. Because sample data is always provided in an API format, it can be very intimidating and...
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