STM32WB Networking – BLE MESH MOOC

STM32 goes wireless: BLE IoT for all!


Ultra-low-power dual-core SoC with multi-protocol radio and superb protection powers next-gen smart connected objects

 


This MOOC demonstrates how to build Bluetooth Mesh network with STM32WB using STM32WB55Nucleo pack and its software package.

What is the STM32WB?

The STM32WB55xx multi-protocol wireless and ultra-low-power devices embed a powerful and ultra-low-power radio compliant with the Bluetooth® Low Energy SIG specification v5.0 and with IEEE 802.15.4-2011. They contain a dedicated Arm® Cortex® -M0+ for performing all the real-time low layer operation.

Who should attend this course?

  • Engineers looking for more information about our STM32WB microcontrollers
  • Engineers interested in Mesh network creation with STM32WB devices
  • Engineers looking to design applications using a user-friendly development ecosystem

Benefits you will take away

  • Understanding of how to take advantage of SDK
  • Hands-on exercise where you will setup your first Mesh network
  • Knowledge, where to find follow up resources

On line course concept

  • Courses are provided in MOOC format with course material available online, mostly as videos complemented with exercises.
  • This course takes approximately 1 hour to complete, depending on your proficiency.

Course outline

  • BLE Mesh basics
  • Hands-on: BLE MESH Lighting demo

Prerequisites

  • You need to have a good understanding of embedded system development and programing in C
  • The P-NUCLEO-WB55 pack is required for the hands-on exercises included in the course
  • 1x microUSB cable
  • PC with preinstalled the following software:
  • Smartphone with Android or iOS operating system with preinstalled ST BLE Mesh application (available in AppStore and GooglePlay)
  • You can download complete set of slides from this link


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