First Steps into Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

First Steps into Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

This class will highlight the fundamental concepts needed to design BLE-capable devices and discuss connectivity and data transfer

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About this course

Have you kept on hearing Bluetooth Low Energy(BLE) but struggling to understand how it works? Starting on Bluetooth Low Energy and would like to know its place on your design? This class is for engineers who want to learn Bluetooth Low Energy with little to no background at all. This class will highlight the fundamental concepts needed to design BLE-capable devices and discuss connectivity and data transfer. This class will also allow engineers to relate the Bluetooth specification to their application designs and make the necessary design decisions.

Curriculum201 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Project Requirements
  • Why BLE? 3 min
  • Key Performance Requirements 5 min
  • User Interface 2 min
  • BLE Connections
  • Topology 2 min
  • Generic Access Profile (GAP) 8 min
  • Link Layer and Physical Layer 10 min
  • Packet Format 4 min
  • Advertising Channel PDU 6 min
  • Data Channel PDU 7 min
  • Bluetooth Device Address 3 min
  • Advertising Event 9 min
  • Connection Event 5 min
  • Demo
  • Overview 1 min
  • GATT Discovery - RN4870 6 min
  • GATT Discovery - Smart Watch 2 min
  • GATT Operations 4 min
  • BLE Data Transfer
  • Generic Attribute Profile (GATT) 8 min
  • Attribute Protocol (ATT) 7 min
  • Profiles 5 min
  • Services 6 min
  • Characteristics 12 min
  • Attributes 9 min
  • Data Transfer Demo
  • BLE Security
  • Review of Security Needs 5 min
  • I/O Capabilities 8 min
  • Pairing and Bonding 3 min
  • Key Hierarchy 9 min
  • BLE Security Versions 5 min
  • Security Demo 13 min
  • Start Developing with BLE
  • Available Products in the Market 6 min
  • BLE Product Types 5 min
  • Development Tools 5 min
  • Other Design Considerations
  • Power Sequencing 3 min
  • Optimization for Low Power 7 min
  • Human Factors 2 min
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback

About this course

Have you kept on hearing Bluetooth Low Energy(BLE) but struggling to understand how it works? Starting on Bluetooth Low Energy and would like to know its place on your design? This class is for engineers who want to learn Bluetooth Low Energy with little to no background at all. This class will highlight the fundamental concepts needed to design BLE-capable devices and discuss connectivity and data transfer. This class will also allow engineers to relate the Bluetooth specification to their application designs and make the necessary design decisions.

Curriculum201 min

  • Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Introduction 1 min
  • Project Requirements
  • Why BLE? 3 min
  • Key Performance Requirements 5 min
  • User Interface 2 min
  • BLE Connections
  • Topology 2 min
  • Generic Access Profile (GAP) 8 min
  • Link Layer and Physical Layer 10 min
  • Packet Format 4 min
  • Advertising Channel PDU 6 min
  • Data Channel PDU 7 min
  • Bluetooth Device Address 3 min
  • Advertising Event 9 min
  • Connection Event 5 min
  • Demo
  • Overview 1 min
  • GATT Discovery - RN4870 6 min
  • GATT Discovery - Smart Watch 2 min
  • GATT Operations 4 min
  • BLE Data Transfer
  • Generic Attribute Profile (GATT) 8 min
  • Attribute Protocol (ATT) 7 min
  • Profiles 5 min
  • Services 6 min
  • Characteristics 12 min
  • Attributes 9 min
  • Data Transfer Demo
  • BLE Security
  • Review of Security Needs 5 min
  • I/O Capabilities 8 min
  • Pairing and Bonding 3 min
  • Key Hierarchy 9 min
  • BLE Security Versions 5 min
  • Security Demo 13 min
  • Start Developing with BLE
  • Available Products in the Market 6 min
  • BLE Product Types 5 min
  • Development Tools 5 min
  • Other Design Considerations
  • Power Sequencing 3 min
  • Optimization for Low Power 7 min
  • Human Factors 2 min
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback