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In this course, we will explore the different layers of Bluetooth low energy specification. We start explore from very low hardware Radio Layer up to application layer of Bluetooth low energy.
Bluetooth Low Energy is evolving and used in wide range of applications starting from Personal Area Networks to Smart Automation Networks.
Here we concentrate currently on Bluetooth Low Energy Personal Area Networks and its layers like Radio Layer, Link Layer, L2CAP layer, Attribute, General Access Profile, Generic Attribute Protocol, Security Manager, Host Controller Interface Layer and application layers.
C Language Programming
Embedded System Basics
What will you learn
Bluetooth Low Energy Fundamentals
BLE Application and Profile
BLE Architecture and Layers
BLE Radio Layer
BLE Link Layer
BLE Logical Link Capability Adaptation Layer
BLE Attribute Protocol
BLE Generic Attribute Profile
BLE Generic Access Profile
BLE Security Manager and Key distribution
Bluetooth Low Energy _ Brief Introduction and Fundamentals
Bluetooth Low Energy - Layers
Nordic nRF52832 Bluetooth Multi Protocol SoC
Who is this course for?
Beginner Bluetooth Low Energy System Developer
Embedded Firmware developers
Embedded System beginners
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