Message 3 of The exact same way. Send commands through a terminal program to ensure hardware works 3. Enabling wireless robotics aboard the space station. On Windows 7 you’ll need to get some sort of terminal program. Well is there any way of using that control to ouput the logic signal to the real world?
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Using CompactRIO and LabVIEW to Create a Wireless Monitoring and Control System
Message 5 of Lots of them out there for free. See what is listed there. I am still heavily interested and will get back to you soon, once things calm a little down with the work load I have at the moment.
Please log in or register to answer this question. Well, you have to start by making sure you can actually get the data in the first place. Do you have the programming documentation for the Zigbee? Message 2 of I mean i want to send it from one computer and then to be able to preview what i send from another laptop.
There should be nothing to change. Its a library or toolkit which is for serial communication. Also, if I from PC click on turn off, the logic zero will be sent to that hardware inorder to stop communication. The other way is quite simple, u can connect a ttl to usb on the Din, Dout and GND pin of ur xbee, here no arduino is required for labview side xbee and then use VISA toolkit to send data labveiw xbee which gets labfiew to receiving xbee.
The Basic Serial Write and Read works by using a delay after the write and then reading whatever is on the port. Message 8 of Technical Support Services Support services to meet any need.
Zigbee compatibility – Discussion Forums – National Instruments
Message 3 of I’m trying to get this data into LabView and then display the brain waves onto a waveform graph. You know like in labview we can drag and drop controls onto the frontpanel and use this in programs to control stuff. Furthermore, after we figure out how to get the Zigbee into LabView my team is going to have to figure out how to split the three zigbbee that are being broadcasted to be split and sampled at different times.
I will consider what you zivbee, will have a look at the websites I found. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Then you worry about your program.
I understand you are after some information to get started with your project. PC B performs a serial read from the port Zigbee B is connected to and there for reading the transmitted data.
You will never see the Zigbee show up in MAX. This doesn’t answer your question about logic 1 and logic 0 though, someone else will need to answer that. I also want to do exactly the same thing except for one tweek:.
I will inform you how I do, and you might not hear from me for a while now. Read the user guide, to configure your hardware 2. Well is there any way of using that control to ouput the logic signal to the real world? All of this is completely devoid of a computer. As an aside, XBee works great with LabVIEW some modules can just pass straight serial datayou still need a microcontroller or something to decode it though. Hopefully you will find some of the information within the above links useful.
The communication has already been configured as per the manual.