May 4, 2018
In this session, we will discuss the training summary, the target end-equipment of data collector and electricity meter, and design motivation. Then, we will review the system overview of TI-15.4 stack, mesh networking, and frequency hopping technique.
1Overview: RF Mesh Networking Offers System Performance and Interoperability (1)
We will discuss the training summary, the target end-equipment, the design motivation and system overview.
2Simple 6LoWPAN Mesh Data Collector Improves Network Performance Reference Design (1)
This session will review the system-level and software-level details of the 6LoWPAN mesh data collector reference design, TIDA-01547.
3Simple 6LoWPAN Mesh End Node Improves Network Performance Reference Design (1)
In this session, we will introduce a new reference design, TIDA-010003 that implements a low-cost 6LoWPAN mesh end-node design.
4Experimental results: Impact of out-of-network interference on the system performance (1)
This session will cover overall test set-up and experimental results to show the impact of out-of-network interference on system performance.
5Experimental results: Impact of in-network interference on system performance, co-existence performance and more (1)
This session will cover experimental results to show noise immunity, co-existence performance and software reliability.
6Experimental results: Impact of out-of-network interference on the system performance with the end-node design (TIDA-010003) (1)
This session will review experimental results with TIDA-010003 to confirm the same performance of this design as the TIDA-01547.
76LoWPAN RF mesh demo and summary (1)
This session will show a 6LoWPAN mesh demo and then conclude our discussion with summary.