Edit: Are they still communicating if I plug it to a power source? So that I'm able to add digital signals (buttons) on the endpoint and send it to the coordinator in order to visualize it in visual studios?
I have made a program using C# (found on the Internet) to communicate between two XBees when having both connected to USB ports.
However, I want to be able to communicate between them while having one coordinator that's connected to a USB port, and one endpoint that's only connected to a power source.
Eventually I want to be able to add more endpoints that will communicate with the coordinator.
Any guidance on how I can manage this?
Here's a link to the code I used for my original program: