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3 XBee -Star Network-Arduino-GPS

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I have 3 XBee PRO S2C and 3 Arduino MEGA and 2 GPS GY-NEO 6MV2. I would like to transmit GPS datas from 2 Router XBee
(they are connected to arduino) to coordinator XBee (also connected to Arduino and PC). But I don't know how to
configure XBee's to receive 2 different GPS datas healthy.I want the GPS data to not get confused and get it right.
API mode or AT mode ? How could I configure 3 XBee like
STAR NETWORK ?
asked Jul 10 in RF Solutions and XBee by gunesmadrali New to the Community (2 points)

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You would use API mode as most Arduino libraries use API mode on the radios.

As for configuration, other than setting one to Coordinator and API mode, the default will be fine.
answered Jul 13 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (12,790 points)
selected Jul 15 by gunesmadrali
I ask to understand a little more.
in Wİ-Fİ protocol (802.15.4) (Not DM(Digimesh) or not ZB(Zigbee)Protocol)
So Coordinator XBee
CH:C PAN ID:2018  CE:ENABLE  DH:0 DL:2 MY ADRESS:1
AP:API1

Router 1 : CH:C PAN ID:2018 DH:0 DL:1 MY ADRESS:2
AP: API DISABLED
Router 2: CH:C   PAN ID:2018   DH:0 DL:1  MY ADRESS:2
AP: API DISABLED

Is it like this?
WIFI is 802.11.  802.15.4 is its own IEEE standard that both Digi Mesh and Zigbee mesh run on top of.
I wrote Wi-Fi by mistake.(Ignore) So are the values I give correct? Could I send Gps data to coordinator healthy with this configuration that I write above?
Especially API modes?
Yes you can just understand that there is no Routers in 802.15.4.  That protocol is a peer to peer, point to point, point to multi-point protocol.
I put the system in my head.Thank you for your help :)
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