RE: Wireless Connectivity Kit/XBee


Me again…I was using NetBeans and this file:

I am also using the THT Grove Development Boards. I have an i2c attached (barometer) via Grove Connection. I am trying to get NetBeans to read that software but I am coming up empty.

I tried java -version on Windows but there was no input relating to 32 or 64 bit. So, I tried both.

I also tried multiple paths starting with C:. What would you do? Please send guidance and/or feedback.


P.S. If you are interested, please view the error/output:

| Receive Digital Data Sample |

java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no rxtxSerial in java.library.path thrown while loading
Exception in thread “main” java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no rxtxSerial in java.library.path
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(
at java.lang.Runtime.loadLibrary0(
at java.lang.System.loadLibrary(
at com.digi.xdmk.receivedigitaldata.MainApp.main(
Java Result: 1
BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 0 seconds)



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    package com.digi.xdmk.receivedigitaldata;

import com.digi.xbee.api.RemoteXBeeDevice;
import com.digi.xbee.api.XBeeDevice;
import com.digi.xbee.api.exceptions.XBeeException;
import com.digi.xbee.api.listeners.IIOSampleReceiveListener;


  • XBee-PRO 900HP DigiMesh Kit Receive Digital Data Sample application.
  • This sample Java application shows how to receive digital data from
  • another XBee device on the same network using the XBee Java Library.

public class MainApp {

/* Constants */

// TODO Replace with the port where your receiver module is connected.
private static final String PORT = "COM1";
// TODO Replace with the baud rate of your receiver module.
private static final int BAUD_RATE = 9600;
// Digital line to monitor.
private static final IOLine LINE = IOLine.DIO4_AD4;
// Digital sample listener.
private static DigitalSampleListener listener = new DigitalSampleListener();

 * Application main method.
 * @param args Command line arguments.
public static void main(String[] args) {
	System.out.println("|          Receive Digital Data Sample          |");


	XBeeDevice myDevice = new XBeeDevice(PORT, BAUD_RATE);
	try {;

Listening for IO samples… Press the user button of any remote device.

	} catch (XBeeException e) {

 * Class to manage the received IO data.
private static class DigitalSampleListener implements IIOSampleReceiveListener {
	public void ioSampleReceived(RemoteXBeeDevice remoteDevice, IOSample ioSample) {
		if (ioSample.hasDigitalValue(LINE)) {
			IOValue value = ioSample.getDigitalValue(LINE);
			System.out.println("Digital data from '" + remoteDevice.get64BitAddress() + 
					"': " + value + " (" + 
					(value == IOValue.HIGH ? "button released" : "button pressed") + ")");


First off, the XBee module does not have an I2C interface in which to connect an I2C sensor to.

Next, any data from the Grove board and XBee module would be sent in via the COM port in which Windows Assigned to USB port to.

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Thank you. I thought this THT Grove board had an i2c connection. I can read i2c on the THT board. DIO1 is wehre the listing for the i2c is located.

Well, I am going to listen to your post about the processor. I will attach it to the BeagleBone Black and reply. I am sure I will have sorts of questions.


P.S. Thank you for your reply.