See also: Wireless | Bandwidth | Fat-Pipe
Ultra Wideband is a developing communication technology that delivers very high speed network data exchange rates across relatively small distances with a low power source. Although the connection speed decreases quickly as a function of distance, UWB has the potential to replace the cables that currently connect devices.
UWB can potentially deliver data 1000 times faster than 802.11b. This would make LANs and WANS obsolete.
- Working Group FAQ (http://www.uwb.org/faqs.html)
- Brief History of Ultra Wideband (http://www.multispectral.com/history.html)
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