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Send a request with a coordinator to a end device via a router

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Hi, i'm a newbee girl in here and i would like to know something,

For now I have three xbees (two pro s2c and one s2c). I have set the xbees to a coordinator (pro s2c), a router (pro s2c), and a end device (s2c). I have a project for them.

I want to link the coordinator to my computer, and the rooter and end device would be remote devices. I want to know the rssi value between the router and the end device, and I would like to know if, first, that's possible, and then what kind of command (and in which mode : API so a frame, or AT) the coordinator can send in order to have a response from the router. Once this is done, I would like to put these values in a python program, or even send the command thanks to a python program too.

I have one (i found on a website called http://8p-tech.net/?p=448&lang=fr) here it is :

import serial
import string
import math

from time import time

ser = serial.Serial(port='/dev/ttyUSB0', baudrate=9600, timeout=1)
log = open("xbee_rssi_"+str(time())+".log", 'w')

while 1:
if ord(ser.read())==0x7E: #start byte
length=(ord(ser.read())<<8 ) | (ord(ser.read()))
while i<3:
rssi=ord(ser.read()) #RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator)
log.write('%d\t' %rssi)
print('%d '%rssi)
while i<length-3:

It works, not very well because the value doesn't change when i move the xbee, but at least I have a value. It works just for two xbee, coordinator and router.

Can someone help me with it ?


(sorry for bad English)
asked Nov 24, 2015 in Python by leamp New to the Community (0 points)
edited Nov 25, 2015 by leamp

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