Inside Bluetooth Low Energy

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Artech House, 2013 - 395 páginas
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Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) is one of the latest enhancement to Bluetooth technology and, as the name suggests, it is aimed at ultra low power devices, such as heart rate monitors, thermometers, and laboratory sensors. Due to very low power consumption, devices compliant with this standard can operate for months or even years on coin cell batteries without the need for recharging. This cutting-edge book helps you understand the whats, whys, and hows of Bluetooth LE. It includes a broad view of the technology, identifies the various building blocks and explains how they come together. The book explains the architecture of Bluetooth LE stack and the functionality provided by each of the layers. You find expert guidance in setting up your own system in a quick and efficient manner with inexpensive, easily available hardware and just a couple of PCs running Linux. Additionally, this practical volume features exercises and sample programs to help you get a first-hand feel for how the technology works.
 

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Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Background of Bluetooth
15
Chapter 3 Bluetooth Lower Layers
33
Chapter 4 Bluetooth Upper Layers and Profiles
79
Chapter 5 Getting the Hands Wet
119
Chapter 6 Bluetooth ow EnergyFundamentals
131
Chapter 7 Physical Layer
145
Chapter 8 Link Layer
151
Chapter 12 Attribute Protocol ATT
233
Chapter 13 Generic Attribute Profile GATT
259
Chapter 14 Generic Access Profile
305
Chapter 15 GATTBased Profiles
333
Chapter 16 Developing LE Applications
349
Chapter 17 Testing and Qualification
373
Glossary of Acronyms and Important Terms
381
About the Author
385

Chapter 9 Host Controller Interface and Commands
185
Chapter 10 Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol L2CAP
201
Chapter 11 Security Manager SM
211

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