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The Market for ZigBee RF4CE Devices

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• An un-pair request can be originated by either the Target
or Controller device in a pairing link. The requester will
always succeed in removing the node from its pairing
table. The recipient, will wait for the application before
removing the requesting node from its pairing table.

DTV
Un-pair Request
RC




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