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Zigbee Wireless Networking

ZigBee is a standard based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard for wireless personal networks. This standard allows for the creation of very lost cost and low power networks - these applications run for years rather than months. These networks are created from sensors and actuators and can wireless control many electrical products such as remote controls, medical, industrial, and security sensors. Hundreds of companies are creating applications including Mitsubishi, Motorola, Freescale, and Siemens. This book is written for engineers who plan to develop ZigBee applications and networks, to understand how they work, and to evaluate this technology to see if it is appropriate to a particular project. This book does not simply state facts but explains what ZigBee can do through detailed code examples.

Audience
Embedded and wireless programmers, designers, developers, and engineers

Paperback, 448 Pages

Published: August 2008

Imprint: Newnes

ISBN: 978-0-7506-8597-9

Contents

  • CHAPTER 1 HELLO ZIGBEE 1.1 WHAT’S A ZIGBEE? 1.2 THE ZIGBEE ALLIANCE 1.3 ZIGBEE IN THE MARKETPLACE 1.4 HELLO ZIGBEE (A FIRST ZIGBEE NETWORK) 1.5 ZIGBEE HOME AUTOMATION 1.6 ZIGBEE SPEAK 1.7 ZIGBEE ARCHITECTURE CHAPTER 2 DECIDING ON ZIGBEE 2.1 DECIDING ON THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGY 2.2 DECIDING ON A ZIGBEE SOLUTION 2.3 ZIGBEE MODULES 2.4 A ZIGBEE CHECKLIST CHAPTER 3 THE ZIGBEE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT 3.1 DEVELOPMENT HARDWARE 3.2 THE ZIGBEE STACK 3.3 CONFIGURING THE ZIGBEE STACK 3.4 THE EMBEDDED COMPILER AND DEBUGGER 3.5 DEBUGGING THE NETWORK 3.6 STEP-BY-STEP EXAMPLE PROJECT CHAPTER 4 ZIGBEE APPLICATIONS 4.1 SENDING AND RECEIVING DATA 4.2 NO COMMON C API 4.3 ZIGBEE PANS 4.4 ZIGBEE ADDRESSING 4.5 ADDRESSING WITHIN THE NODE 4.6 PROFILES 4.7 ZIGBEE APPLICATION SUPPORT SUBLAYER (APS) 4.8 ZIGBEE AES 128-BIT SECURITY CHAPTER 5 ZIGBEE, ZDO AND ZDP 5.1 DEVICE DISCOVERY 5.2 SERVICE DISCOVERY 5.3 BINDING 5.4 ZDP MANAGEMENT SERVICES 5.5 STARTING AND STOPPING ZIGBEE WITH ZDO 5.6 ZDO, ZIGBEE AND LOW POWER CHAPTER 6 THE ZIGBEE CLUSTER LIBRARY 6.1 ZCL FOUNDATION 6.2 ZCL GENERAL CLUSTERS 6.3 ZCL AND PUBLIC PROFILES 6.4 WHEN TO USE ZCL CHAPTER 7 THE ZIGBEE NETWORKING LAYER 7.1 ZIGBEE AND IEEE 802.15.4 7.2 FORMING, JOINING AND REJOINING ZIGBEE NETWORKS 7.3 ZIGBEE ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT 7.4 ZIGBEE PACKET ROUTING (MESH AND TREE) 7.5 ZIGBEE OVER-THE-AIR FRAMES 7.6 ZIGBEE STACK PROFILES CHAPTER 8 COMMISSIONING ZIGBEE NETWORKS 8.1 PLANNING THE NETWORK 8.2 FINDING THE RIGHT PAN 8.3 FINDING THE RIGHT NODES 8.4 CONNECTING THE RIGHT ENDPOINTS 8.5 CONFIGURING THE APPLICATION 8.6 DEPLOYMENT 8.7 REPLACING A NODE 8.8 THE COMMISSIONING CLUSTER CHAPTER 9 ZIGBEE GATEWAYS 9.1 A UART ZIGBEE GATEWAY 9.2 THE DATA CONCENTRATOR PROBLEM 9.3 BANDWIDTH AND THE GATEWAY APPENDIX A ZIGBEE 2007 AND ZIGBEE PRO A.1 ZIGBEE 2006, 2007 AND ZIGBEE PR A.2 STOCHASTIC ADDRESSING A.3 SOURCE ROUTING A.4 MULTICAST A.5 FREQUENCY AGILITY A.6 FRAGMENTATION A.7 SYMMETRIC ROUTES AND LINK STATUS A.8 LINK KEYS, SKKE AND HIGH SECURITY APPENDIX B ZIGBEE QUICK REFERENCE B.1 THE ZIGBEE ARCHITECTURE B.2 APS COMMANDS B.3 ZDP COMMANDS APPENDIX C ZIGBEE CLUSTER LIBRARY QUICK REFERENCE C.1 ZCL FOUNDATION C.2 ZCL GENERAL CLUSTERS

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