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IQRF Video tutorial set

Everything you need to know about IQRF in a few minutes. Available with English, German, French, Italian, Czech and Hungarian subtitles.

IQRF Video tutorial set:

  1. To make products wireless. Simply.

This is the first video of a complete IQRF Video Tutorial Set. It provides a general overview of the IQRF solution how you can make your products wireless and part of the Internet of Things Ecosystem.

  1. DS-START-03 and DS-DPA-01

This video presents content of the basic IQRF development sets DS-START-03 and DS-DPA-01 and shows how to measure a range of IQRF modules in real conditions.

  1. Integrated Development Environment

This short video presents where to find and how to install IQRF IDE. It provides hints for IDE installation on PCs with Windows 8, as well.

  1. C-programming

Basic demonstration how to use IQRF IDE in order to open, modify, compile, upload and test C applications for IQRF Transceivers.

  1. Network Set up

IQRF tutorials demonstrates in practice how to set up a wireless network using IQRF Data Controlled Transceivers.

  1. Network Control

Remote control of various devices and data collection in a wireless mesh network could be a very easy thing.

  1. Gateways and Cloud

Remote control of your wireless network from your website could be done very easily with the IQRF ecosystem.

  1. Custom DPA Handler

Learn how to modify predefined peripherals of the IQRF General Hardware Profile or how to create your own ones with your specific functionality.

  1. Software Development Kit

Take a look how to develop your own control device or SW based on the IQRF SDK Java Library.

  1. Network Service

Real applications need effective deployment and servicing. That’s the reason why IQRF DCTRs support the effective servicing tool CATS available in the IQRF IDE.

  1. IQMESH

There are more ways how to approach wireless mesh network algorithm. Learn how IQMESH operates and why IQRF networks are so robust.

  1. FRC and subnetworks

This video shows how to collect data from an IQRF network effectively and how to control devices such as lights or blinders from a central unit as well as locally.

Author: Adéla Slezáková in category IQRF news,

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