The new version of XBee Shield is a standardized and stackable shield compatible with Arduino. You can easily stack any modules from the Bee series onto it, and build a wireless network for your project. In spite of that, it is also equipped with function of level conversion, which enables a double-way conversion between high & low IO levels. The reserved digital pins facilitate users to select TX/RX port using jumper caps.
Standardized shape design
Can be configured by connecting UartSBee module to USB
The DIN and DOUT pins can be connected with both UART and other digital pins（D2~D12）
Enlarged space for your own development
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The shield only really handles voltage conversion and allows you to remap your RX/TX pins. I've been able to get my Arduinos talking to one another without needing any additional libraries. This can be used pretty much like an serial device, just mak
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How do you program a shield with only passive components????? There are only passive components on this board. Perhaps you were looking for code to program the XBee, from an Arduino? I suggest heading over to
it can work with NFC , but sorry that we are not familiar with your Sony Xperia S , if you have the software that can support read 13.56Mhz rfid card , then it should be can be used with your phone .
no application notes, no demo code, no schematics, no jumper description. How are we supposed to use this without documentation?
The wiki is pretty good, but... The code example has been removed a long time ago from the wiki page (http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik... with this ) with this revision:
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