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This website is a complete description of how to use XBee transducers to make wireless acceleration sensors. Other sensors can be used for measurements of pressure, temperature, or other signals.

The sensors are small, rugged, and light weight. They can measure up to six analog signals simultaneously, and transmit their data reliably up to 50 meters. With other antenna and/or power options, the XBee can transmit up to 15 miles.
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Classical Mechanics
- Motion in One Dimension
= Acceleration
- Motion in Two Dimensions
= 2D Acceleration
General Physics
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= Electronic Equipment
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- High School
- Lower Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
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= Laboratory
- Tool
= Code
= Equipment
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A/D conversion, XBee, accelerometer, wireless
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Metadata instance created July 28, 2009 by Eric Ayars
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Ayars, E. (2009, July 7). Using XBee Radios for Wireless Acceleration Measurements. Retrieved December 10, 2017, from http://phys-webapps.csuchico.edu/ayars/xbee/Welcome.html
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Ayars, Eric. Using XBee Radios for Wireless Acceleration Measurements. July 7, 2009. http://phys-webapps.csuchico.edu/ayars/xbee/Welcome.html (accessed 10 December 2017).
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Ayars, Eric. Using XBee Radios for Wireless Acceleration Measurements. 2009. 7 July 2009. 10 Dec. 2017 <http://phys-webapps.csuchico.edu/ayars/xbee/Welcome.html>.
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