Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Training

Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Training

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Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Hands-on

Bluetooth training course explores core concepts of the Bluetooth and its evolution. This Bluetooth training course presents the fundamentals of Bluetooth for anyone who need to be grounded in the fundamentals and existing professionals who need to fill in any gaps they may have in their understanding of Bluetooth wireless technology. Although Bluetooth has been around since 1994, it has made some of its greatest strides over the last decade. Workers in the field keep up with this changing information by taking Bluetooth training courses, which focus on the fundamentals of Bluetooth technology as well as the evolving market trends.

ENO provides the highest quality Bluetooth technology training programs for small and midsize businesses, Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Our skilled instructors and high level of information in the courses are not limited to large companies, and we enjoy the diverse group of clients that we serve year-round. In fact, our Bluetooth technology training program is flexible and adaptable, meeting the unique needs of your business. While all of our Bluetooth courses do follow a particular format that we have found to be most successful, we can modify the details of the course so that they reflect the nature of your business. For instance, all Bluetooth training courses begin with an overview of the seminar. We then expand on these ideas by bringing in new information and using real-world examples to relate to this information.

Our seminars are known for incorporating interactive lesson plans and hands-on activities that make the material learned more memorable and fun. After all, this is the type of information that sticks with you; not the type that is written down on paper or taught through a monotone lecture. Clients then receive certificates upon successful completion of the course.

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IoT Training | Internet of Things Training In Depth

Customize It:

• If you are familiar with some aspects of this Bluetooth Training course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Bluetooth Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Bluetooth Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Why should you choose ENO for your Bluetooth Training?

• Bluetooth Training course illustrates and highlights the importance of several aspects of Bluetooth.
• Bluetooth Training is an ideal course for Engineers and Non-engineers professionals to fill in their gaps in understanding the Bluetooth technology.

Bluetooth Training covers the following topics:

• Bluetooth 101
• Bluetooth Applications
• Bluetooth Services
• Bluetooth Technology
• Bluetooth Smart: Bluetooth LE, Bluetooth Low Energy
• Bluetooth Core Specification
• Bluetooth Profiles
• Bluetooth Networking Architecture
• Bluetooth Operations
• Bluetooth implementations
• The Bluetooth Protocols
• Bluetooth Architecture
• Bluetooth Physical layer (PHY)
• Physical Channels
• Physical Links
• Spectrum
• Interference
• Class of radio
• Power and range
• Bluetooth Packets
• Link Manager Protocol (LMP)
• Host controller Interface (HCI)
• Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP)
• Bluetooth Security
• Bluetooth LE (Low Energy)
• Bluetooth Smart
• Configuring Bluetooth devices
• Installing Bluetooth
• Device discovery and Service discovery
• Bluetooth standards
• Conformance and compatibility testing
• Bluetooth 5
• Bluetooth 5 and “connectionless” IoT
• Bluetooth 5 advancing beacon and location-based capabilities

Bluetooth training Course is a unique high quality training designed for engineers and non-engineers considering Bluetooth, BLE, and Bluetooth Smart planning, architecture and design, product development, testing, verification and validation or transforming plans into working systems.

New Topics Include (Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth 5.0 focusing on IoT):

• Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart and BLE device types, design goals, terminology, and core concepts
• Bluetooth Architecture : including controller, host, applications, and stack splits
• Bluetooth Physical Layer: modulation, frequency band, radio channels, power, tolerance, and range
• Bluetooth Link Layer: state machine, packets, channels, broadcasting, encryption, and optimization
• Protocols such as HCI-physical/logical interfaces, controller setup, and connection management and L2CAP-channels and packet structure, and signaling channels
• Attributes-grouping, services, characteristics, and protocols
• Bluetooth Security considerations such as pairing, bonding, and data signing
• Generic Access Profiles (GAP) including roles, modes, procedures, security modes, data advertising, and services
• Bluetooth Applications, devices, services, profiles, and peripherals
• Bluetooth Testing and qualification: planning, testing, verification, validation and compliance
• Bluetooth 5 Key features
• Bluetooth 5 reliable IoT connections
• Bluetooth 5 range,s speed, and broadcast message capacity

What You Will Learn

Upon completing this Bluetooth Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Basic concepts of Bluetooth
• Bluetooth BR/EDR
• Bluetooth 4.2
• Bluetooth 5.0
• Bluetooth BR/EDR Profiles
• Bluetooth GATT Profiles
• Bluetooth Operations
• Bluetooth implementations
• The Bluetooth protocols
• Bluetooth Architecture
• Bluetooth Profiles
• Bluetooth Physical layer (PHY)
• Bluetooth Baseband (BB)
• Bluetooth Physical Channels
• Bluetooth Physical Lnks
• Bluetooth Packets
• Link Manager Protocol (LMP)
• Host controller interface (HCI)
• Bluetooth Security
• Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (LC2AP)
• Signaling packet formats

Bluetooth Training – Course Syllabus:

Overview of Bluetooth

What is Bluetooth technology?
What is Bluetooth smart?
Bluetooth for phones, tablets, PCs, TVs, set-top boxes and game consoles
Why Bluetooth?
Applications for Bluetooth
Bluetooth applications
Bluetooth services
How Bluetooth works
Accessing resources via Bluetooth
Bluetooth Core Specification
Spectrum
Interference
Class of radio
Power and range
Configuring Bluetooth devices
Installing Bluetooth
Device discovery and Service discovery
Bluetooth standards
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)
IEEE Standards
Conformance and compatibility testing

Bluetooth Networking Architecture

Bluetooth Networks
Device Addressing
Masters and Slaves
Piconets and Scatternets
Addressing and selectivity
Radio Power Classes
Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum

Bluetooth Operations

Inquiry and Paging
Device Discoverability
Device Connectability
Security
Link Keys
Authentication
Where Do Link Keys Come From?
Legacy Pairing
Vulnerabilities Of Legacy Pairing
Secure Simple Pairing
Secure Simple Pairing
Diffie Helman Elliptic Curve algorithm

Bluetooth implementations

Bluetooth hardware and software
Bluetooth hardware design
RX and TX
Power consumption
Bluetooth software
The Bluetooth API
Bluetooth performance

The Bluetooth BR/EDR Protocols

Frequency band and RF channels
Bluetooth frequency hopping
The Bluetooth APIs
The Bluetooth Radio layer
The Baseband layer
Bluetooth addressing Master/Slave transmission
The Packet format
SCO links and ACL links
Data rates
Device addressing
Controller states
Access procedures
Error control
Controller stack
—Asynchronous Connection-oriented [logical transport] (ACL)
—Synchronous connection-oriented (SCO) link
—Link management protocol (LMP)
—Host/controller interface (HCI)
—Low Energy Link Layer (LE LL)
Host stack
—Logical link control and adaptation protocol (L2CAP)
—Bluetooth network encapsulation protocol (BNEP)
—Radio frequency communication (RFCOMM)
—Service discovery protocol (SDP)
—Telephony control protocol (TCP)
—Audio/video control transport protocol (AVCTP)
—Audio/video data transport protocol (AVDTP)
—Object exchange (OBEX)
—Low Energy Attribute Protocol (ATT)
—Low Energy Security Manager Protocol (SMP)Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH)
Data Links
ACL links
Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)
Audio Links
SCO (Synchronous Connection Oriented) links
eSCO (Extended SCO) links
Audio Over ACL
The Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
Bluetooth Security
Authentication
Encryption

Bluetooth Architecture

Core system architecture
Core architectural blocks
Channel manager
L2CAP resource manager
Device manager
Data transport architecture
Core traffic bearers
Transport architecture entities
Generic packet structure
Physical channels
Physical links
Logical links and logical transports
L2CAP channels
Communication topology
Piconet topology
Operational procedures and modes
Link manager (LM)
BB resource manager
Link controller
Radio frequency (RF)

Bluetooth BR/EDR Profiles

Profile Specification
Profile Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)
Profile Test Specification
Profile Tuning Suite (PTS)
The Headset Profiles
HandsFree Profile (HFP)
Headset Profile (HSP)
Human Interface Device Profile (HID)
Music Profiles
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
Miscellaneous Profiles
SerialPortProfile (SPP)
SIM Access Profile
Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)

Bluetooth Physical layer (PHY)

Regional authorities
Frequency bands and channel arrangement
Transmitter characteristics
Modulation characteristics
Spurious emissions
Receiver characteristics
Actual sensitivity level
Interference performance
Out-of-band blocking
Intermodulation characteristics
Maximum usable level
Receiver signal strength indicator
Reference signal definition
Nominal test conditions
Nominal temperature
Nominal power source
Extreme test conditions
Extreme temperatures
Extreme power source voltages
Test condition parameters

Bluetooth Physical Channels

Physical channel definition
Basic piconet physical channel
Adapted piconet physical channel
Page scan physical channel
Inquiry scan physical channel
Hop selection

Physical Links

Link supervision
Logical transports
Logical transport address (LT_ADDR)
Synchronous logical transports
Asynchronous logical transport
Transmit/receive routines
Active slave broadcast (ASB) transport
Parked slave broadcast (PSB) transport
Logical links
Link control (LC) logical link
ACL control (ACL-C) logical link
Asynchronous/Isochronous user (ACL-U) logical link
Stream logical link
Logical link priorities

Bluetooth Packets

General format
Bit ordering
Access code
Packet header
Packet types
Payload format
Packet summary

Link Manager Protocol (LMP)

General rules
Message transport
Synchronization
Packet format
Transactions
Error handling
Procedure rules
General response messages
LMP message constraints
Device features
Feature definitions
Features mask definition
LM interoperability policy
Procedure rules
Connection control
Security
Informational requests
Role switch
Modes of operation
Logical transports
Test mode
Summary
PDU summary
Parameter definitions
Default values

Host controller interface (HCI)

Lower layers of the IEEE – software stack
Overview of host controller transport
Overview of commands and events
Generic events
Device setup
Controller flow control
Controller information
Controller configuration
Device discovery
Connection setup
Remote information
Synchronous connections
Connection state
Piconet structure
QoS
Physical links
Host flow control
Link information
Authentication and encryption
Testing
Alphabetical list of commands and events
HCI flow control
Host-to-controller data flow control
Controller-to-host data flow control
Disconnection behavior
Command flow control
Command error handling
HCI data formats
Introduction
Data and parameter formats
Connection handles
Exchange of HCI-specific information
HCI configuration parameters

Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP)

LCAP features
Assumptions
Scope
Terminology
General operation
Channel identifiers (CIDs)
Operation between devices
Operation between layers
Modes of operation
Data packet format
Connection-oriented channel in basic LCAP mode
Connectionless data channel in basic LCAP mode
Connection-oriented channel in retransmission/flow control modes

Signaling Packet Formats

Configuration parameter options
MTU option
Flush timeout option
QoS option
Retransmission and flow control option
State machine
General rules for the state machine
Timers events
General procedures
Configuration process
Fragmentation and recombination
Encapsulation of SDUs
Delivery of erroneous LCAP SDUS
Operation with flushing
Connectionless data channel
Procedures for flow control and retransmission
Information retrieval
Function of PDU types for flow control and retransmission
Variables and SEQNs
Retransmission mode
Flow control mode
Configuration MSCs

Bluetooth Security

Security overview
Random number generation
Key management
Key types
Key generation and initialization
Encryption
Encryption key size negotiation
Encryption of broadcast messages
Encryption concept
Encryption algorithm
LFSR initialization
Key stream sequence
Authentication
Repeated attempts
The authentication and key-generating functions
The authentication function E
The functions Ar and A’r
E-key generation function for authentication
E-key generation function for encryption
Configuring Bluetooth Security
Hacking Bluetooth
Bluetooth Trends
Bluetooth Smart Technology or Bluetooth Low Energy
Powering the Emerging Beacon Market
Bluetooth Smart Ready technology
The Internet of Things (IoT) and Bluetooth incorporation into the devices
Bluetooth 4.2
Bluetooth 5.0

Bluetooth 4.2 Core and Enhancements for Smart Technology AKA Low Energy (LE)

Overview of Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy) Features
Bluetooth LE Architecture and Protocols
Bluetooth LE Link layer specification
Bluetooth Configuration
Generic Attribute Profile (GATT)
GATT-Based Profiles and Specifications

Overview of Bluetooth LE Protocols

Physical Layer
Link Layer
Enhancements to HCI Protocol
Direct Test Mode (DTM)
Security and AES Encryption (NIST and NSA versions)
Enhancements to L2CAP for Low Energy
GAP for Low Energy (LE)
Generic Attribute Profile (GATT)
Security Manager (SM)

BLUETOOTH 5.0

Bluetooth Core 5.0
Bluetooth 5.0 Architecture
Changes from v4.2 to v5.0
Bluetooth 5.0 Features Added
Integrated in v5.0
Deprecated Features
Slot Availability Mask (SAM)
2 Msym/s PHY for LE
LE Long Range
High Duty Cycle Non-Connectable Advertising
LE Advertising Extensions
LE Channel Selection Algorithm #2
Types of Bluetooth 5.0 Products

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