Introduction to Connectivity Technologies and Sensor Networks
Learn about the fundamentals of sensor networks, wireless sensor networks and technologies of connection.
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Introduction to sensor networks online course begins by explaining the communication protocols in the Internet of Things (IoT).Then you learn about the Wireless Personal Area Network, IEEE 802.15.54, its features, IEEE 802.15.54 variants and beacon-enabled networks. You will be introduced to the 6LoWPAN protocol and its features and will be familiarized with addressing in 6LoWPAN, 6LoWPAN packet format, header types, LOADing and RPL routing as well as the application of the Radio Frequency Identification protocol.
This Wireless Sensor Network and programming course then explains the features of Bluetooth technology as a tool used for building the Internet of Things connectivity. You will be introduced to connection establishment, service discovery protocol and piconets. You will learning about the fundamentals in sensor networks and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) as well as object detection, sensor web and the different challenges in implementing sensor networks.
Finally, you will be introduced to mobility in sensor networks including the stationary sensor network and the mobile wireless sensor network and will be able to explain the concept of machine to machine communication in building the Internet of Things. Start this course today and build up your current knowledge with the new information and skills in sensor networks and wireless sensor networks.Start Course Now
Connectivity Technologies - Learning Outcomes
6LoWPAN and RFID protocols
Connectivity Technologies - Lesson Summary
Sensor Networks - Learning Outcomes
Concepts of Sensor Networks
Applications of Sensor Networks
Mobile Sensor Networks
Machine to Machine Communication
Sensor Networks - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to;
- Discuss wireless HART, its features and its application
- Analyze and explain the layers of wireless HART
- Discuss the importance, advantages and features of the Bluetooth technology
- Explain the advantages and disadvantages of stationary wireless sensor network
- Discuss machine-to-machine communication as an important concept in building internet of things
- Explain topology management in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks
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