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Using XBee Series1 with galileo gen 2

MAhma3
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Dear Community members

Hi. I have recently bought few galileo boards and i implement to run CoAP protocol on them. I have found a protocol stack known as Pico IPv6 stack. This stack comprises of CoAP/IPv6 and they have used XBee Series1 for IEEE 802.15.4 for Arduino UNO.

http://departements.telecom-bretagne.eu/rsm/logiciels/arduino-ipv6-stacks/ http://departements.telecom-bretagne.eu/rsm/logiciels/arduino-ipv6-stacks/

I want to implement the same stack for Intel Galileo. However, i haven't found any link/thread using XBee Series1 with Intel Galileo. If any of the community member has some tutorial/link for configuring XBee Series1 for intel Galileo? Any help in this regard will b highly appreciated. I google around and check on community here but most of the members are using PCI-e and it would be a big task to configure the above cumbersome code for PCI-e. Any help?

 

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Kevin_M_Intel
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Here you can check information about using the Xbee series 1 with Galileo Gen 2. Check page 246

file:///C:/Users/kmasis/Downloads/Reports/GalileoShieldTestReport_330937_001.pdf

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Kevin_M_Intel
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Here you can check information about using the Xbee series 1 with Galileo Gen 2. Check page 246

file:///C:/Users/kmasis/Downloads/Reports/GalileoShieldTestReport_330937_001.pdf

Kevin M

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