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For example, with UWB it would be possible to wirelessly download a DVD-quality movie from a transmitter during refueling, then stream that video to multiple wireless screens in the car.
UWB has been around since the early 1 960s, known alternately as "carrier-free," "baseband" or "impulse" technology.
Company's UWB Chipset for High-Definition Video Distribution Throughout the Home Continues to Build Industry Momentum
It addresses not only recent developments in UWB communication systems, but also related IEEE standards such as IEEE 802.
In 1998, the FCC recognized the significance of UWB technology and began the process of regulatory review.
In addition, we demonstrated our world leading UWB chipset, which can enable wireless connectivity for portable digital media devices.
SK Telecom's Selection Validates Staccato's Leadership Vision for Low-Cost UWB Solutions with the Industry's Only Single-Chip, All-CMOS Devices
Spear-headed by senior management, each with a UWB demonstration kit, the company visited customers in Taiwan, Korea and Japan.