Join Zahraa Khalil for an in-depth discussion in this video IoT commuication protocols, part 1, part of IoT Foundations: Standards and Ecosystems.
- [Instructor] Wireless communication protocols…are commonly used within an Internet of Things.…All wireless communication systems…have the following components,…transmitter, receiver, antenna,…and a pathway between the transmitter and the receiver.…Simply, the transmitter feeds a signal…of encoded data modulated into radio frequency waves…into the antenna.…Then, the antenna radiates the signal through air…where it's being picked up by the antenna of the receiver.…
The receiver demodulates the radio frequency waves…back into the encoded data sent by the transmitter.…Wireless communication networks are fundamental in IoT.…Here is an overview of protocols that use…for wireless networks.…Low-Rate Wireless communication,…ZigBee Wireless, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX.…The first standards, which acts as the foundation…for most wireless communication is Low-Rate Wireless.…
The standards for Low-Rate Wireless Personal Area Network…is LR-WPAN.…IEEE 802.15.4-2015,…which is an IEEE Standard for Low-Rate Wireless Networks.…The standard specifies the Physical…
- IoT architecture models and components
- IoT ecosystem
- IoT technology, markets, and standards
- IoT technology
- Security, privacy, and legal issues
- IoT device management
- IoT protocols for device management
- IoT device management challenges and applications
- Smart cities
Skill Level Intermediate
1. IoT Overview
2. The IoT Ecosystem
3. IoT Challenges
4. IoT Standards
5. IoT Device Management
6. IoT in Action: Smart Cities
Smart cities1m 11s
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