Questions tagged [802.15.4]

IEEE 802.15.4 standard

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Problem on connecting XBee module with Sengled classic Bulb over Zigbee network

I am using XBee S2C module and configured as Zigbee coordinator with Zigbee stack profile set to Zigbee-pro and I am trying to discover and control Sengled Zigbee based smart bulb. Using XCTU ...
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Can 802.15.4 PHY and MAC be used without a software stack such as Bluetooth, Zigbee, or Thread

If I have two SoCs that have 802.15.4 compliant built-in radios (for example nRF52832 from Nordic or the STM32WB55 from STMiroelectrionics), is it possible for me to use the radio peripherals directly,...
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Question about sentence in application note: “incremented modulo-256”. Request explanation and clarification

Context: I am reading an application note for a UWB transceiver. In it they are describing the typical message frame format, in accordance with IEEE rules. There is some wording that is confusing me ...
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How to determine best wireless technology for my application

I'm trying to help a buddy research implementing some form of wireless communication between a dozen or so self-contained sensors to collect data placed outside around a small area (less than 20ft ...
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AVR + IEEE 802.15.4 (<1GHz) potential transceivers

I'd appreciate it if someone could offer a couple of suggestions about pairing up an AVR MCU (I'm thinking about using the MEGA162V-8PU ) to a general ISM < 1GHz (transceiver), and the ATTINY85 on ...
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802.15.4 - how are the baseband and RF signals related?

The 802.15.4 standard says: "In the 2450 MHz, 915 MHz, and 868 MHz bands, the half-sine pulse shape is used to represent each baseband chip and is given by: $$ p(t) = sin ( π \frac{t}{2T_c}) \quad{...
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Can NRF24L01 use IEEE 802.15.4 and 6LoWPAN protocol?

I'm new to embedded systems and wireless sensor networks. I want to make a wireless sensor network which is based on 6LoWPAN protocol for monitoring application. As stated on Wikipedia, 6LoWPAN runs ...
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Can you implement WLAN on a ZigBee chip?

I've spent my afternoon browsing around the web looking for a microcontroller that has integrated WLAN (802.11), but I haven't managed to find any on the market. There are lots of cheap ...