Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) From Ground Up™
Welcome to the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) From Ground Up™ course.
This practical Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) course will provide you with a solid in-depth training to be able to build BLE embedded devices and use them to communicate with other smart devices and mobile phone apps. This course aims to provide a solid practical understanding of Bluetooth Low Energy: the protocol, how data is organized, and the key design trade-offs that were made in the creation of the protocol.
By the end of this course you should be able to build your own BLE enabled embedded devices and give a lecture on the BLE protocol.
REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a FULL money back guarantee for 30 days. So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.
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Build Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) firmware for different use cases
Understand the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Stack
Create your own Services and Characteristics
Build Bluetooth Low Energy Embedded Devices
Give a lecture on the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Architecture
No prior knowledge is required. I will teach you everything from scratch.
If you are thinking about developing a product that incorporates Bluetooth Low Energy then take this course.
If you are an embedded engineer who wants to create Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) firmware then take this course.
If you just want to learn how to code and build BLE devices then take this course.
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What people are saying
bluetooth low energy
Great course and it really gets into the details on Bluetooth Low Energy.
The is the right course for coding bluetooth low energy device.
I learned a lot about Bluetooth Low Energy.
There is literally no material on the web for bluetooth low energy firmware development except for the arduino type already made libraries.
Pros : This course teaches you almost everything you need to know about the bluetooth low energy protocol.
All in all, personally I think its the best complete bluetooth low energy instructions you can find on the web.
I am learning a lot about bluetooth low energy.
Good Very good and have enough practical depth to have hands-on for Bluetooth Low Energy standards.
make the course
It would make the course complete, and help everyone in understanding both the aspects.
I hope the instructor will address these two issues to make the course even more beneficial.
For me, the most useful part of the course was the coding examples, these gave me a better idea of how a BLE server is put together and provided me with a template I could use to modify and extend, to do more specific tasks.
Most sentences during the coding examples start with: ... we have to create ... ... we have to implement ...
well.... like all courses from Israel Gbati it is very hard to stay with it, due to the fact that its didactic value is very poor.
I missed the "red line" in this course and the very poor technical background explanations.
I learned a lot about bluetooth in this course.
This course also shows by practical examples how to code each block of the bluetooth protocol.
The bluetooth protocol is discussed very well, the course provides theory accompanied with practical exercises- this type of material is very hard to find on the web when it comes to coding wireless firmware from scratch.
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