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Ultra-Wide Bandwidth (UWB)

An emerging technology in the IoT domain that transmits signals across a much larger frequency range than conventional systems. A “spark gap” transmitter that emits a very weak, very wide (in frequency) pulse of RF energy.
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This signal is used mostly for localizing signals. Wide signal bandwidths are good for measuring distance.
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