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Bluetooth-BLE Overview

Course Description:

Bluetooth Technology and Network as a WPAN has very good potential for growth. Key features of BT provides robustness low complexity, low power and economical. The end users of technology have been using this service and many vendors are focusing on Bluetooth network business. Understanding of the technology, BT profiles is essential to plan, implement, and operate to ensure good quality of service to end user. The radio layer of the network will be of high importance and understanding of this will be critical to maintain data throughput in the network. One of the distinct features of the BT is that it provides a complete protocol stack unlike Wi-Fi which specifies three lower layers. This course is customized to address all the above features in a simplified approach.

Target Audience:

The target audience for this course includes:

  • Engineering managers and engineering staff who wants to understand the working of Bluetooth Technologies and various building blocks of these networks.

Delivery Method:

The delivery will be instructor-led classroom training with extensive practical case studies, interactive discussions and Q&A / quiz sessions.

Course Outline
Introduction to Bluetooth (1 hour)

  • History & Application
  • 802.15.1 and BT SIG roles
  • Technology evolution
  • Network types
  • Road map towards Bluetooth LE (v4.0)
  • Comparison with other similar wireless technologies
Bluetooth and BLE Radio (4 hours)

  • PHY layer parameters
  • Modulation and Coding
  • FHSS and AFH
  • Frame Structure
  • Tx and Rx block functions
  • States and State transitions in BT Classic and BLE
  • Network entry in BT classic and BLE
  • Data transmission in BT classic and BLE; sco/esco in BT classic
  • UUIDs in BLE/
  • BT V 4.1 features; MWS coexistence features with LTE, train nudging and others
  • BLE V4.1 features ; simultaneous master and slave roles
Bluetooth Protocol Stack (2 hour)

  • Protocol Architecture
  • Functions of Host and Controller Stack
  • Scope of ACL and SCO/e-SCO
  • Link Management Protocol
  • L2CAP
  • SDP
  • BT and BLE security
  • BT and BLE profiles
  • BLE V4.1 features ; L2CAP in BLE

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