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Implementing IPv6 Over Bluetooth Low Energy

April 24, 2017 to April 28, 2017
Continuing Education Center

Fred Eady

Fred Eady is the owner of EDTP Electronics, which was established in 1988 following the publication of his first magazine article. Since the formation of EDTP Electronics, Fred has written thousands... More

This lecture series will focus on implementing a small IPv6 network using Bluetooth Low-Energy devices. IPv6 connectivity will be demonstrated using the IPv6 embedded development tools that are currently available.

April 28 - Day 5: Fire It Up

In this final installment, we will integrate the Raspberry Pi router and the nRF5 nodes to form a small IPv6 network. Our attention will initially be focused on the operation of the newly-spawned IPv6 network. Once we understand what the IPv6 network is doing, we’ll unleash the IPv6 application.
April 28, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT

April 27 - Day 4: Coding the IPv6 Application Layer

Connecting our nRF5 nodes via the Raspberry Pi router is useless if no data flows over the IPv6 Bluetooth Low-Energy links. Today, we will examine the application code that uses the resources of the Nordic Semiconductor BLE 6loWPAN stack to deliver digital payloads.
April 27, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT

April 26 - Day 3: IPv6 Essentials

Everything IPv6 that relates to the nRF5 nodes and Raspberry Pi router will be discussed. IPv6 will be examined from the viewpoint of the Nordic Semiconductor BLE 6loWPAN stack. Basic IPv6 operations common to all IPv6 devices will also be included in the discussion.
April 26, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT

April 25 - Day 2: IPv6 Nodes

From an embedded point of view, IPv6 is the launch pad for an unlimited number of individually addressable IoT devices. Today’s lecture will feature Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF5 SoC. Utilizing development tools from Nordic Semiconductor, Segger and Keil, out-of-the-box nRF5 devices will be...
April 25, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT

April 24 - Day 1: Linux Essentials

The Linux operating system is the key to this lecture. Today’s unlikely co-star is an off-the-shelf Raspberry Pi, which will be configured as an IPv6 router. Various open-source tools will be introduced and used to assist in the adaptation of the Raspberry Pi hardware.
April 24, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT
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