I am new to Xbee and XCTU software and I wanted know if it is possible to use XCTU to send a "programmed sequence". By that I mean, send something, wait 10 seconds, if receive this thing send this etc. I know that XCTU is not an IDE and that it is not really intended for this but I would like to be able to do this kind of things. If anyone has an idea I would be really happy :)


XCTU can't really do dynamic things like that. It's built almost exclusively to update firmware / check radio settings (and it's not even that good at that). You can send the same packet over and over every 10 seconds (Use the green + to make one, then send the sequence)

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However, as it turns out, your "programmed sequence" requires a program. A quick search yielded: https://code.google.com/p/python-xbee/

Python's pretty easy to get started with. There's equivalents for other languages, but you can't get away from the fact that you'll have to program. Open up a serial port (with the COM4/5/6 that you see in xctu) and then send and receive messages using the library.

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