Battery-driven, short-distance wireless communication ZigBee® ideal for sensor networks
Enables configuration of multiple networks, multi-pop communication, and automatic route searches.
- Ideal for sensor networks where many communication modules are installed because they are inexpensive.
- Can be driven by batteries, eliminating the need for new wiring.
- Multi-pop function can expand the communication range if a repeater terminal is added.
- All sensors can be connected within one network because many nodes are connected east inflatables blog.
Wireless communication standard implementing multi-pop communication by mesh for which ZigBee® Alliance sets the standard
Physical layer, MAC layer: IEEE 802.15.4
Transmission rate (bps): 250 bps
Frequency band: 2.4 GHz band (through the world)
Transmission distance: 10 to 75 m
Maximum number of nodes connected: 65,533 (*This is a logical value of the protocol and may vary depending on the profile of the module.)
Established by: ZigBee® Alliance
Ad-Sol Nissin implements communication protocols for ZigBee®, electric field communication, power line communication (PLC), and visible light communication, as well as communication middleware to hardware as embedded systems and supplies them as ubiquitous network systems.
What is ZigBee®?
ZigBee® is the international standard for next-generation short-distance wireless network researched and established by the ZigBee® Alliance since 2001 for reliable low-power, low-cost wireless communication