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Bluetooth Low Energy: The Developer's Handbook Paperback – 28 Oct 2012
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About the Author
Robin Heydon began working on the Wibree project in 2007–a project that evolved into the Bluetooth low energy specification covered here. Heydon cochaired the original specification group and drove the spec through to publication. Heydon has worked in wireless communications since 2000, first as a firmware engineer and now as a full-time standards architect. He has contributed to fixing and improving every version of the Bluetooth specification. In 2010, in recognition of his work, he was honored as one of only a small group of members of the Bluetooth SIG Hall of Fame.
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Furthermore, much of this book seems to be about justifying why certain decisions were made in the design of BLE, to the point of reading like a sales pitch, rather than a developer handbook. In my opinion, developers just want to know the details of the system, not have to sift through large amounts of waffle about why things are a particular way.
I would not recommend this book to any experienced engineer, nor amateurs.
The book itself if a good read, well, from what I have read so far. It is very relevant to what am doing at the moment and is putting a lot of the gargon into context, would recommend this book..
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Very good book! Here is everything which you need to know about Bluetooth Low Energy technology.Published 16 months ago by Paul Mandelbor