SWRA615A June   2019 CC1352P , CC1352R , CC2530 , CC2531 , CC2538 , CC2652P , CC2652R , CC2652R7 , CC2652RB , CC2652RSIP


  1.   What's New in Zigbee 3.0
    1. 1 Overview
    2. 2 Zigbee PRO Specification
      1. 2.1 Child Device Management
      2. 2.2 Parent Announce Command
      3. 2.3 Trust Center (TC) Link Key Updates
      4. 2.4 Install Codes
      5. 2.5 Outgoing NWK Frame Counter
      6. 2.6 Changes to Network Joining
      7. 2.7 New Mandatory Command Support
      8. 2.8 Optional Distributed Networks
    3. 3 Base Device Behavior (BDB)
      1. 3.1 BDB Commissioning Modes
      2. 3.2 BDB Security
      3. 3.3 Reset Methods Available with BDB
    4. 4 Green Power Basic Proxy
    5. 5 Zigbee Cluster Library
    6. 6 Zigbee Application Architecture
      1. 6.1 Zigbee Node
      2. 6.2 Zigbee Cluster
      3. 6.3 Zigbee Device
    7. 7 Zigbee Lighting & Occupancy (ZLO) Device Specification
    8. 8 Zigbee 3.0 Certification
    9. 9 References
      1.      Trademarks

What's New in Zigbee 3.0

Zigbee is an industry-proven worldwide standard for low power, self-healing, robust mesh networks offering a complete and interoperable IoT solution for home and building automation. Based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard and providing a simplified approach to commissioning devices securely, it enables users the ability to form networks involving over 250 devices for large coverage areas. Through adherence to a profile specification and ZCP (Zigbee Compliant Platform) testing, Zigbee devices can become certified for interoperability across various platforms.

Texas Instruments™ CC13x2 and CC26x2 devices are part of the SimpleLink™ microcontroller (MCU) platform. Zigbee based applications can be developed on these devices using the TI Z-Stack included with the SimpleLink™ CC13x2 and CC26x2 software development kit (SDK). This SDK includes everything needed to develop Zigbee certifiable solution including tools, application examples, documentation and source code. It uses Zigbee 3.0, the latest specification from the Zigbee Alliance which unifies former application segments under a common certification process. The following sections intend to give users an overview of all of the new features introduced in the Zigbee 3.0 specification.