ZigBee is popular in home automation solutions. Things like door locks, remote controls, on/off switches, light switches, and a whole host of other solutions all can use this protocol. Because your home should be smart too, right?
ZigBee isn't the only protocol out there but it's popular. Now, ZigBee should play nice with Wi-Fi because it 'takes full advantage of IEEE 802.15.4' but if we're all honest, it doesn't always play nice. Am I right...say what!?Oscium's WiPry-Pro provides support for ZigBee Levels and Frequencies. Here what it looks like to view ZigBee on an iPad mini. Both the channel guide and power power levels are visible: ZigBee is well conceived. I like the way that channels 15, 20, and 25 fit nicely within the normal Wi-Fi distribution of channels 1, 6 and 11 (at least on 2.4 GHz). Check it out below: