The Z-Wave wireless protocol is one of today's most widely adopted home automation technologies. Different products from different vendors work together in one single network to provide intelligent lighting, safety, security and energy efficiency.
If you've ever wondered what makes Z-Wave tick, or just want to know the technical details - then this book's perfect for you!
Z-Wave Basics provides background information and practical guidelines for installing and trouble shooting Z-Wave wireless networks.
- This book describes all you need to know about Z-Wave:
- The basic Z-Wave radio layer structure
- Tips on developing a stable and reliable Z-Wave network
- Details on device specific application functions
About the Author
Christian Paetz was born in Chemnitz/Eats Germany in 1966. He attended a vocation training in electronics before studying Information Technology at the Universities of Dresden an Chemnitz. In 2012 he was appointed as Professor for Systems Reliability at Chemnitz University. Beside his scientific work he has many published works in the field of engineering, economics and entrepreneurship, holds 7 patents, serves as board member of several companies and as European speaker of the Z-Wave Alliance.
- Size: A5 Page size
- Pages: 250
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