The Digi product page for the S6B wifi module is here: https:/
Construct a new Digi XBee Wifi object. The constuctor initializes all of the provided member variables, constructs a loggerModem parent class with the appropriate timing for the module, calls the constructor for a TinyGSM modem on the provided modemStream, and creates a TinyGSM Client linked to the modem.
const char* ssid,
const char* pwd)
The Arduino stream instance for serial communication.
The digital pin number of the mcu pin controlling power to the modem (active
HIGH). Should be set to a negative number if the modem should be continuously powered or the power cannot be controlled by the MCU.
The digital pin number of the mcu pin connected to the modem status output pin. Should be set to a negative number if the modem status pin cannot be read. This can be either the pin named
CTS_N/DIO7 pin in Digi's hardware reference.
True to use the
CTS_N/DIO7 pin of the XBee as a status indicator rather than the true status (
ON/SLEEP_N/DIO9) pin. This inverts the loggerModem::
The digital pin number of the pin on the mcu attached the the hard or panic reset pin of the modem. Should be set to a negative number if the modem reset pin is not connected to the MCU. This shold be the pin called
RESET_N in Digi's hardware reference.
The digital pin number of a pin on the mcu used to request the modem enter its lowest possible power state. Should be set to a negative number if there is no pin usable for deep sleep modes or it is not accessible to the MCU. This shold be the pin called
DTR_N/SLEEP_RQ/DIO8 in Digi's hardware reference.
The wifi network ID.
The wifi network password, assuming WPA2.
Construct a new Digi XBee Wifi object.
The constuctor initializes all of the provided member variables, constructs a loggerModem parent class with the appropriate timing for the module, calls the constructor for a TinyGSM modem on the provided modemStream, and creates a TinyGSM Client linked to the modem.
The digi_cellular is used in the menu a la carte example.
// For the u-blox SARA R410M based Digi LTE-M XBee3 // NOTE: According to the manual, this should be less stable than transparent // mode, but my experience is the complete reverse. #include <modems/DigiXBeeLTEBypass.h> // NOTE: Extra hardware and software serial ports are created in the "Settings // for Additional Serial Ports" section const int32_t modemBaud = 9600; // All XBee's use 9600 by default // Modem Pins - Describe the physical pin connection of your modem to your board // NOTE: Use -1 for pins that do not apply // The pin numbers here are for a Digi XBee with a Mayfly and LTE adapter const int8_t modemVccPin = A5; // MCU pin controlling modem power const int8_t modemStatusPin = 19; // MCU pin used to read modem status // NOTE: If possible, use the `STATUS/SLEEP_not` (XBee pin 13) for status, but // the CTS pin can also be used if necessary const bool useCTSforStatus = false; // Flag to use the CTS pin for status const int8_t modemResetPin = 20; // MCU pin connected to modem reset pin const int8_t modemSleepRqPin = 23; // MCU pin for modem sleep/wake request const int8_t modemLEDPin = redLED; // MCU pin connected an LED to show modem // status // Network connection information const char* apn = "xxxxx"; // APN for GPRS connection // Create the modem object DigiXBeeLTEBypass modemXBLTEB(&modemSerial, modemVccPin, modemStatusPin, useCTSforStatus, modemResetPin, modemSleepRqPin, apn); // Create an extra reference to the modem by a generic name DigiXBeeLTEBypass modem = modemXBLTEB;
- #define TINY_GSM_MODEM_XBEE
- The modem type for the underlying TinyGSM library.