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Tutorial 9 for Arduino: Wireless Communication

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This tutorial was featured on the official Arduino blog on 3/9/2011

This week, we go wireless! We’ll be using a set of arduino Unos, XBee shields, and XBee Transceivers that will create a Personal Area Network (PAN) for wireless serial communication. By the end of the episode, we will be able to turn a potentiometer on one arduino, and have it adjust a motor connected to a another arduino – all wirelessly! I suggest you pick up one of these Sparkfun XBee USB Breakout Boards to get your XBee addresses set up. Enjoy the video :)

EDIT:
Serial.flush() has changed in Arduino 1.0. You can use the following instead:
while(Serial.available()>0) Serial.read();

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