Ultra-wideband awaits its big debut.
Marketers are already talking about Ultra-Wideband (UWB) wireless replacing everything from Bluetooth to Wi-Fi LANs. But no need to factor UWB into your buying plans just yet.
in m-commerce transactions is expected to generated via mobile phones.
SOURCE: Frost & Sullivan
UWB promises many benefits: theoretical transfer rates beyond 100Mbps, high data security and the ability to use the slack in different radio bands. But UWB companies still need to hammer out protocols to ensure product interoperability, notes Allen Nogee, a senior analyst at Cahners In-Stat Group. And so far, the FCC has approved only low-power implementations beyond popular radio bands and may take a year to study interference issues.
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