This is a follow-up from a previous thread, where I had some problems with dropped packets.
So, I spent couple days rewriting everything to run in API1 mode.
I have XBee S1 Coordinator connected to computer.
I have XBee S1 End Device connected to portable system.
Portable system send randomly short 8byte data info.
Nothing heavy. Maybe once in 5 seconds.
Most of the time packets do arrive, but sometimes they don't! It happends usually when there is extended delay between two transmissions.
I still suspect some sort of sleep problem, but I just don't see what it is and how it can be corrected.
I think I've looked at most of the document on the internet, but I can't find the answer.
So here is my question again: is it possible to get reliable real-time peer-to-peer XBee connection with 99% packets arriving to destination.
I'm really out of ideas and i'm getting frustrated to the point that I start thinking that I should drop Xbee and change architecture to Bluetooth or something else.
Am I doing something wrong or I'm hitting the limits of Xbee network capabilities ? It seems so strange to me.
Thank you much!