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API mode 1 versus mode 2

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Hello,

I'm using the Xbee Pro 900MHz S3B (model XBP9B DMUT-002). I am implementing API mode for my application (currently API mode 1). My questions:
- In API mode 1, will the Xbee module respond with unsolicited TX Status messages if there is a 0x7E, 7D, 11 or 13 in the payload?
- Will it transmit the packet correctly with one of these characters in the payload?
- s there any benefit of using API mode 2? As I understand it, the host microcontroller has to do all the unpacking of the escaped frames anyway, so what's the point of AP2?

Thank you.
asked Jan 17 in DigiMesh Proprietary Mesh Networking by gapman New to the Community (0 points)

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Yes it will. API mode 2 is really for application that if they receive one of the escaped charters will have issues or not.
answered May 22 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (1,109 points)
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