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    If I am using this with the basic stamp, just sending data between two boards for a project, do I need the Xbee USB adapter board like the xbee intro book says?

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    You don't have to use an adapter board: you can directly wire the XBee into a circuit. Question 6 of the FAQ (see sig below for the link) discusses which pins you might need to connect.
    XBee Series 1 cookbook, general FAQ and packet check program http://www.jsjf.demon.co.uk/xbee/xbee.html

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    Remember stamps are 5v and xbees are 3.3v Don't connect them without some form of level shifting or current limiting. Level shifting is best.

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