What Is UltraWideBand


Ultra-wideband is a technology that transmits an extremely low power signal over a wide swath of radio spectrum. Ultra-wideband operates across a wide range of frequency spectrum by transmitting a series of very low power pulses. The combination of broader spectrum and lower power means that Ultra-wideband causes less interference than conventional radio solutions enabling it to deliver wire-like performance in a wireless environment. The robustness of Ultra-wideband technology makes it ideal for multimedia-rich content and advanced applications that are increasingly pervasive in consumer electronics.

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