4.3 Wi-Fi Standards Part 1

The fourth module “Wi-Fi & Bluetooth” focuses on the details of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology. First, Wi-Fi technology and the WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) market is introduced, followed by a description of the functionality of Wi-Fi transmission modes (which include the Infrastructure mode and the Ad-Hoc mode) and wireless APs (Access Points) as well as BSS (Basic Service Set) and ESS (Extended Service Set) network formations. The internal process of Wi-Fi operations and role of DCF (Distributed Coordination Function) and CSMA/CA (Carrier-Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance) are described followed by the characteristics of Wi-Fi standards (which include the IEEE 802.11a, 11b, 11e, 11g, 11n, 11p, 11ac, 11ad, 11ah specifications), Wi-Fi PHY (Physical Layer) modulation schemes, as well as the IFS (Inter-Frame Space) types and how IFSs are used in priority access control. In addition, the advantages of Wi-Fi Dual Band and Wi-Fi Direct are introduced. Second, Bluetooth standards and feature evolution are introduced, which include the specifications from 1.1 to 5 including EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), HS (High Speed), BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy), and Beacon technology. The description incudes the characteristics of Bluetooth piconets and types of operations (which include Classic Bluetooth and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)) as well as the channel specifications, advertising, and connection events.

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