A comparison of Bluetooth, ZigBee, and other wireless connectivity and network protocols that can be used in smart LED lighting systems.
Connecting different wearable devices to the Internet of Things using the low power Bluetooth 4.0 and 4.1 technologies requires different approaches.
Explore a variety of chips and modules from CSR, ARM, and Freescale that can be used to implement connectivity in smart lighting projects and designs.
The implementation of mesh networking has resulted in reduced power consumption, lowered cost, and a widely available wireless solution.
Developers seek ways to improve security concerns, batterly life, and other challenging requirements of wireless monitoring used in portable medical systems.
Understanding the power requirements of BLE communications and review of the available dedicated ICs and complete drop-in module solutions.