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Chew, Daniel

The Wireless Internet of Things: A Guide to the Lower Layers

Chew, Daniel - The Wireless Internet of Things: A Guide to the Lower Layers, ebook

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Provides a detailed analysis of the standards and technologies enabling applications for the wireless Internet of Things

The Wireless Internet of Things: A Guide to the Lower Layers presents a practitioner’s perspective toward the Internet of Things (IoT) focusing on over-the-air interfaces used by applications such as home automation, sensor networks, smart grid, and healthcare. The author—a noted expert in the field—examines IoT as a protocol-stack detailing the physical layer of the wireless links, as both a radio and a modem, and the media access control (MAC) that enables communication in congested bands. Focusing on low-power wireless personal area networks (WPANs) the text outlines the physical and MAC layer standards used by ZigBee, Bluetooth LE, Z-Wave, and Thread. The text deconstructs these standards and provides background including relevant communication theory, modulation schemes, and access methods.

The author includes a discussion on Wi-Fi and gateways, and explores their role in IoT. He introduces radio topologies used in software-defined radio implementations for the WPANs. The book also discusses channel modelling and link budget analysis for WPANs in IoT. This important text:

  • Introduces IEEE 802.15.4, ITU-T G.9959, and Bluetooth LE as physical layer technology standards enabling wireless IoT
  • Takes a layered approach in order to cultivate an appreciation for the various standards that enable interoperability
  • Provides clarity on wireless standards with particular focus on actual implementation

Written for IoT application and platform developers as well as digital signal processing, network, and wireless communication engineers; The Wireless Internet of Things: A Guide to the Lower Layersoffers an inclusive overview of the complex field of wireless IoT, exploring its beneficial applications that are proliferating in a variety of industries.

Keywords:

Guide to Wireless Technologies and the Internet of Things; Text on Wireless Technologies and the Internet of Things; Resource to Wireless Technologies and the Internet of Things; Understanding Wireless Technologies and the Internet of Things; growth of home automation; enthusiast Arduino projects; eAgriculture; Home Automation; appliances with Wi-Fi; Wi-Fi Gateways; ZigBee; Bluetooth LE; Z-Wave; Thread; Link Budget; Spread Spectrum; Spectral Efficiency; Bit Error Rate; Modulation Schemes; BPSK; QPSK; OQPSK; π/4-DPSK; 8DPSK; GFSK; Access Methods; FDMA; TDMA; CSMA/CA; ISM band; Low-Power Wireless Networks; Energy Efficiency

, Mobile & Wireless Communications, Signal Processing, Mobile & Wireless Communications, Signal Processing
Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2019
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
208 pages
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781119260592
Printed ISBN
9781119260578

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