You are on page 1of 13

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004

National Institute of Science & Technology

ZigBee Technology
By
Subhasis Choudhury Roll No: EE 200118130

Under the guidance of

Mr. Pradeep Ku. Jena

Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130]

• wireless systems don’t require high data rates but do require low cost and very low current drain. •proprietary systems are creating significant interoperability problems with each other and with newer technologies. Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Why is ZigBee needed? National Institute of Science & Technology •No wireless network standard that meets the unique needs of sensors and control devices. Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [2] .

4 GHz band •Small size-less than 9 mm*9 mm •Hundreds of devices per Network Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [3] . global implementation •Network Flexibility •License free operation in 2. Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Features of ZigBee National Institute of Science & Technology •Low power consumption •High density of nodes per network •Simple protocol.

. Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 ZigBee-Typical Traffic Types Addressed National Institute of Science & Technology • Periodic data -Application defined rate (e.g.g. sensors) • Intermittent data- Application/external stimulus defined rate (e.g. mouse) Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [4] . light switch) • Repetitive low latency data- Allocation of time slots (e.

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 ZigBee Stack National Institute of Science & Technology Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [5] .

450 GHz Data Rate 20 kbps 40 kbps 250kbps #Channels 1 10 16 TX Power -3dBm -3 dB-m -3dBm Rx Sensitivity -92dBm -92 dB-m -85dBm Link Budget 89dB 89 dB 82dB Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [6] . • 868 MHz – for European applications • 902-928 MHz – for North American applications • 2. Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Physical (PHY) Layer Description National Institute of Science & Technology Three frequency bands are specified.450 GHz – for world wide applications 868 MHz902-928 MHz 2. an implementation need only operate on one of the three.

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Medium Access Control (MAC) Layer Description National Institute of Science & Technology Two types of devices used :- * Full function device (FFD) * Reduced function device (RFD) *Uses PAN Coordinator Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [7] .

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Network Layer Description National Institute of Science & Technology Features: • Starting a network • Joining and leaving a network • Configuring a new device • Addressing • Synchronization within a network • Security • Routing Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [8] .

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Application Layer National Institute of Science & Technology Consists of :- •APS Sub-Layer •ZDO •APL Sub-Layer Provides(1) Discovery (2) Binding Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [9] .

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 SECURITY National Institute of Science & Technology •ZigBee uses MAC layer security •Advanced Encryption Standard Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [10] .

Zigbee National Institute of Science & Technology  primary considerations *Cost of Solution *Range *Performance *Reliability *Scalability *Data Rate *Timing *Power Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [11] . Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 Comparison: WiSE™ vs.

• More than 120 companies have joined within 2 months. ->ZigBee is ready. but are we ready for this wireless revolution? Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [12] . • Used for campus-wide electrical and security systems from a single computer. low power. based on an open global standard. mesh networking technology for monitoring and control applications. • Near Future more flexibility and cost savings for consumers and greater control over household appliances. • Above all enable sensor networks to blanket a city to check for bio-terror hazards such as biological bombs. Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 CONCLUSION National Institute of Science & Technology • Will play a vital role in the mass adoption of cost effective.

Technical Seminar Presentation-2004 National Institute of Science & Technology Presented By: Subhasis Choudhury [EE200118130] [13] .