UWB


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UWB

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) ultrawideband
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Terry predicts that the UWB technology will be used in a variety of ways that could include creating completely wireless homes and workplaces, designing sensors to help prevent auto accidents, or manufacturing radio-frequency merchandise tags that can be used to track and locate inventory.
Although the demonstration was primarily to introduce the WLAN platform to the UWB industry, it was also intended to be informational in nature to challenge the widely held belief that UWB is only capable of achieving a ten-meter transmission range under the current FCC rules.
The startups, which include companies like Time Domain and Xtreme Spectrum, faced opposition in the form of some major Goliaths: wireless carriers like Sprint PCS and AT&T, the US Department of Defense (DOD), the Federal Aviation Administration, satellite radio companies and global positioning system companies--more than 900 companies filed petitions against UWB with the FCC.
This will give the user a clear understanding regarding the current status of UWB with a focus on the technology management issues for deployment and the shortcomings the current technology is unable to address.
According to Gemma Paulo, senior analyst for industry watcher In-Stat/MDR's Voice and Data Networking Group, Study Group 3a is expected to choose UWB as the Physical Layer (PHY) for the next-generation of wireless multimedia device.
The best way to understand how UWB works is to remember the days before electronic ignition.
This report contains analysis and annual shipment forecasts through 2012 for the penetration of UWB into 22 separate applications within the following product segments: PC, PC peripheral, CE, communications, and industrial/medical.
It should be noted that there are claims of potential interference between UWB and carrier technologies.
The newly issued UWB Emerging Technology Report analyzes and forecasts the market for Ultra Wideband (UWB) technologies in connectivity applications.
The United States military re-invented it under a cloak of secrecy and black projects from the 1960s to the 1990s, where UWB was particularly well suited for modern RADAR and highly secure communications.
This Frost & Sullivan research service entitled World UWB & ZigBee Chipset Market provides a comprehensive overview of this market along with a complete analysis of drivers, restraints, and major trends that are impacting its revenues.