Amiga user Teemu Leppanen has released a very interesting documentation on
GitHub for making your own wireless keyboard adapter for the Commodore Amiga 500 using Xbee technology. Xbee Series are programmable modules taking smart to a whole new level. Building on industry-leading embedded technology, the Xbee series offers design freedom with easy-to-add functionality and flexible wireless connectivity. With enhanced MicroPython programmability, dual-mode radio flexibility, and Digi Remote Manager, device management and configuration has never been easier. Xbee is using more than 175 controls to protect against new and evolving cyber threats.
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