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 The code from the Sender runs on a stand-alone Sparrow node, while the Receiver needs to be connected to a computer in order to view the received data on the Serial Terminal. The code from the Sender runs on a stand-alone Sparrow node, while the Receiver needs to be connected to a computer in order to view the received data on the Serial Terminal.
  
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 We have below an example of two Arduino sketches that allow transmitting and receiving data packets over the radio interface. You will need two nodes for this example, one of them will act as a transmitter (Tx), and the second one will receive the data the first node is sending (Rx). We have below an example of two Arduino sketches that allow transmitting and receiving data packets over the radio interface. You will need two nodes for this example, one of them will act as a transmitter (Tx), and the second one will receive the data the first node is sending (Rx).