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Thanks for your interest in the Intel® Edison Platform.
I would like to let you know that I don’t have the Arduino xbee shield nor xbee module to test it, however we’d suggest you to look at the Intel® Galileo Board, Intel® Galileo Gen 2, and Intel Edison Board Shield Testing Report, there you can find detailed explanation and code that has been tested with the Edison (page 32).
Additionally, another user, KurtE, has mentioned that “WIth the Official Arduino shield, I believe you should put the switch in the micro position (not USB), it should configure the XBee to talk to IO pins 0, 1 of the Edison Arduino board, which corresponds with Serial1 in the Arduino world.” You can check more details in the thread: https://communities.intel.com/message/262865#262865.
Hope this information helps.
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Hi Yermi, thank you very much for the response.
I have found this link, which has allowed me to connect intel edison + xbee (with xbee explorer), arduino router and arduino end device, all with API mode.