Lecture 3: Personal Area Networks

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Lecture 3: Personal Area Networks (PAN)
In Lecture 3: Personal Area Networks, Talha Ibn Aziz, Lecturer at the Department of CSE at
covers a brief overview of what personal area networks are, as well as some important
personal area network protocols. Additional protocols not included in this lecture will be covered
in subsequent lectures. Personal area networks (PAN) are usually short-range wireless
networks and devices that are usually owned by a person or family, with Bluetooth being the
first. The overview of protocols include IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.15.2, IEEE
802.15.3, IEEE 802.15.3a, IEEE 802.15.4, and IEEE 802.15.5 (Mesh networking). Lastly, mesh
networks are connected to both edge and core networks and the advantages and disadvantages of
mesh networks are discussed.


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