The major objective of this course is to make the participants familiar and experienced with the technical details of the protocol stack, profiles, latest trends, and applications. It will include hands-on sessions where the participants will look at the sniffer logs to get familiar with the internals of the technology and build some BLE based applications to get a first-hand feel of the power of the technology. A lot of examples will be discussed so that the concepts can be correlated to real world applications.

Materials and Processing Overview
Materials and Processing Overview


The major objective of the course is to make the participants familiar and experienced with Bluetooth Low Energy technology and applications. It will provide an in-depth view of the evolution, latest trends, practical use cases, and limitations of the technology. Practical sessions will form a strong backbone of the course, complemented by several tutorial lectures.

Course Material
Participants will receive a comprehensive set of course notes, including digests of the lectures and detailed notes on the practical work. These notes are for participants only and are not for sale.


The course is aimed at software and hardware engineers, architects, and engineering and business managers. Prior knowledge of Bluetooth or wireless technologies is neither assumed nor required to take this course.

For software and hardware engineers, and architects, this course will help them understand the “what” and “how” part of the technology including architecture of the protocol stack and profiles, how these come together to realize real world use cases, and how applications can be built in a fast, efficient, and seamless manner.

For engineering and business managers, this course will help them to understand the “why” and “so what” part. It will help them understand what would be the parameters that will drive their choice of technology and will it solve the business problems that they are trying to address in an efficient, scalable and future-proof manner.

Materials and Processing Overview

Day 1

  • Evolution of the Bluetooth Technology
  • Introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy
  • Comparison with contemporary technologies
  • Bluetooth Protocol Stack and Profiles Overview 

Day 2

  • Physical Layer
  • Link Layer
  • Host Controller Interface
  • Logical Link and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP)

Day 3

  • Security Manager
  • Attribute Protocol
  • Generic Attribute Profile
  • Generic Access Profile
  • GATT Based Profile

Day 4

  • Latest trends in Bluetooth Low Energy
  • BLE Mesh
  • LE Audio
  • Developing LE applications – Part 1

Day 5

  • Developing LE Applications – Part 2
  • Real World Applications
  • Programming Examples