The tables in this section describe all the commands available to you on the XBee ZB firmware as of version 2x70. They are:
Networking commands allow you to work with settings such as network (PAN) IDs, router configuration, and channel configuration. Chapter 2 discusses a few of these commands.
You can use the security settings to configure various encryption options. Security is covered in Chapter 8.
These RF interfacing commands let you configure power settings and retrieve the RSSI (received signal strength indication) for the last packet received.
You can use the I/O commands to work with features such as PWM (will be implemented in the future versions), digital I/O, and analog input. I/O is the focus of Chapter 4.
These diagnostic commands let you consult the firmware and hardware versions, and also to check whether the module has associated with a network. Association indication is discussed in Chapter 7.
The AT command settings let you configure how the module handles AT commands that you send it. Chapter 2 discusses several of these.
Use these commands to configure the module’s sleep mode, ...