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XBee Internet Gateway v1.1.0 Released

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Rob writes

A new and significantly improved version of the XBee Internet Gateway is now available, thanks to Jordan Husney‘s hard work and mid-air inspirations. If you want to connect an XBee directly to the Internet, the new version 1.1.0 is the simplest method for facilitating that connection. XIG code runs on the ConnectPort X2 and will be featured in the “Over the Borders” chapter of my upcoming book.


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3 Comments

  1. Oh wow, I have a lot of possible uses for this in my projects, especially since it supports https. Thanks for posting about it!

  2. Very cool product!

  3. hmm. I’ve had some applications floating around in my head for a while. Including a possible implementation of my own. Will have to check this out now.

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