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Firmware
Specifications
Hardware Specs for Programmable Variant
Mechanical Drawings
SIF Header Interface
Mounting Considerations
Pin Signals
EM250 Pin Mappings
Power Supply Design
Recommended Pin Connections
Electrical Characteristics
Module Operation for Programmable Variant
XBEE Programmable Bootloader
Bootloader Software Specifics
Bootloader Menu Commands
Firmware Updates
Output File configuration
Serial Communications
UART Data Flow
Serial Buffers
Serial Flow Control
Serial Interface Protocols
Modes of Operation
AT Command Mode
Sleep Mode
Introduction to ZigBee
ZigBee Stack Layers
Networking Concepts
Operating Channel
ZigBee Application Layers: In Depth
Application Support Sublayer (APS)
Application Profiles
Coordinator Operation
Forming a Network
Channel Selection
PAN ID Selection
Security Policy
Persistent Data
XBee ZB Coordinator Startup
Permit Joining
Resetting the Coordinator
Leaving a Network
Replacing a Coordinator (Security Disabled Only)
Example: Starting a Coordinator
Example: Replacing a Coordinator (security disabled)
Router Operation
Discovering ZigBee Networks
Joining a Network
Authentication
XBee ZB Router Joining
Joining Always Enabled
Joining Temporarily Enabled
Router Network Connectivity
Resetting the Router
Example: Joining a Network
Parent Child Relationship
End Device Capacity
XBee: ZB End Device Joining
Parent Connectivity
Resetting the End Device
Channel Scanning
Managing Multiple ZigBee Networks
PAN ID Filtering
Preconfigured Security Keys
Application Messaging
Addressing
64-bit Device Addresses
16-bit Device Addresses
Application Layer Addressing
Data Transmission
Broadcast Transmissions
Unicast Transmissions
Link Status Transmission
AODV Mesh Routing
Many-to-One Routing
Source Routing
Encrypted Transmissions
Maximum RF Payload Size
Throughput
ZDO Transmissions
ZigBee Device Objects (ZDO)
Sending a ZDO Command
Receiving ZDO Commands and Responses
Transmission Timeouts
Unicast Timeout
Extended Timeout
Transmission Examples
Security Modes
ZigBee Security Model
Network Layer Security
Message Integrity Code
Network Layer Encryption and Decryption
Network Key Updates
APS Layer Security
Using a Trust Center
XBee Security Examples
Example 1: Forming a network with security (pre-configured link keys)
Example 2: Forming a network with security (obtaining keys during joining)
Device Configuration
Device Placement
RSSI Indicators
Device Discovery
Network Discovery
Joining Announce
Commissioning Pushbutton and Associate LED
Commissioning Pushbutton
End Device Operation
Parent Operation
End Device Poll Timeouts
Packet Buffer Usage
Non-Parent Device Operation
XBee End Device Configuration
Transmitting RF Data
Receiving RF Data
Waking End Devices with the Commissioning Pushbutton
Parent Verification
XBee Router/Coordinator Configuration
RF Packet Buffering Timeout
Child Poll Timeout
Transmission Timeout
Putting it all Together
Short Sleep Periods
Extended Sleep Periods
Sleep Examples
IO Configuration
IO Sampling
Queried Sampling
Periodic IO Sampling
Change Detection Sampling
IO Examples
API Frame Specifications
Remote AT Commands
Supporting the API
AT Command - Queue Parameter Value
ZigBee Transmit Request
Explicit Addressing ZigBee Command Frame
Remote AT Command Request
Create Source Route
AT Command Response
ZigBee Transmit Status
ZigBee Receive Packet
ZigBee Explicit Rx Indicator
ZigBee IO Data Sample Rx Indicator
XBee Sensor Read Indicator
Node Identification Indicator
Remote Command Response
Over-the-Air Firmware Update Status
Route Record Indicator
Many-to-One Route Request Indicator
Sending ZigBee Device Objects (ZDO) Commands with the API
Sending ZigBee Cluster Library (ZCL) Commands with the API
Sending Public Profile Commands with the API
X-CTU Configuration Tool
Customizing XBee ZB Firmware
Design Considerations for Digi Drop-In Networking
Programming XBee Modules
Serial Firmware Updates
Invoke XBee Bootloader
Send Firmware Image
SIF Firmware Updates
Writing Custom Firmware
Regulatory Compliance
Enabling GPIO 1 and 2
Detecting XBee vs. XBee-PRO
Ensuring Optimal Output Power
Improving Low Power Current Consumption
XBee (non-PRO) Initialization:
When sleeping (end devices):
When waking from sleep (end devices):
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