What’s the Difference between ZigBee RF4CE and ZigBee Green Power? (.PDF Download)

Feb. 12, 2016

ZigBee, which is named after the dance honeybees do to communicate to other honeybees, was developed and standardized as IEEE 802.15.4 in 2004. Originally designed as an ultra-low-power wireless standard to support energy harvesting, it is now widely accepted as a low-cost, low-power wireless mesh-network standard. It is also one of the wireless standards being eyed for use in the IoT network of sensors, actuators, and Internet servers...

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