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ultrawideband

(ˌʌltrəˈwaɪdˌbænd)
n
(Telecommunications) a transmission technique using a very wide spectrum of frequencies that enables high-speed transfer of data. Abbreviation: UWB
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Three Russian professors introduce analytical methods for obtaining formal solutions to the radiation problems for elementary radiators generating essentially nonstationary signals, consider the various factors affecting the propagation of plane waves in unbounded conducting media, and explore techniques for estimating the transfer functions and impulse responses of ultrawideband (UWB) systems.
The Haystack Ultrawideband Satellite Imaging Radar (HUSIR), constructed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory, was engineered for this task.
The latest advancement in NDSsi's award-winning ultrawideband (UWB) wireless technology, ZeroWire Ultra allows up to nine transmitter/receiver pairs to operate simultaneously within neighboring vicinities (75-feet radius).
Most recently Jennings was CTO at Time Domain Corporation, a developer of ultrawideband (UWB) location and radar applications.
Most interestingly, it supports Ultrawideband radio technology - a successor to Bluetooth -allowing you to send files to other UWB devices at a blazing fast 10 megabytes per second.
It can be configured be configured with up to 64 universal RF ports per instrument set and multiple instruments per system to cover microwave test requirements for RFIC and RF SOC devices, including wireless LAN, Bluetooth, 3G cellular, 4G cellular, and ultrawideband.
The CoAir chipset provides an Ultrawideband (UWB) and WiMedia standard-based product with combined wireless, coax and Ethernet capabilities.
Excerpted from Report TR-05-419 published in 2005, three papers describe procedures for characterizing ultrawideband emissions and for measuring interference susceptibility and gated noise interference to C-band satellite digital television receivers.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced its intent to work with the developers of the wireless technology commonly known as ultrawideband (UWB) to combine strengths of both technologies.
Ubisense is a UK-founded but Denver-based developer of tracking systems that use ultrawideband radio frequency identification technology to locate people and objects in a building to within 6 inches in real time--and it recently gained FCC certification.
In today's techno-centric world, Ultrawideband may offer the solution for educators who use large audio and video files in their teaching.
Brussels is concerned, for instance, that by restricting spectrum bands available for new UltraWideBand and radio local area networking technologies (WiFi), the directive could be stunting these markets.