Apple appears to have started the development and implementation of the Ultra WideBand standard first implemented in a mass-market product in the iPhone 11 and now available in smartphones from Apple and other manufacturers.
This tech deployment is starting to turn into new business cases, so what do we have so far?
In the heat of the sun
Digitimes tells us that interest in the standard is growing rapidly. It also tells us that some of the big names recently joined the UWB Alliance, a roster that doesn’t include Apple at this point.
The standard has numerous benefits and uses, as described in much more detail here and here, but a quick (and light) guide:
UWB is a very low power wireless technology. It transmits data on a wide frequency band (from 500 MHz up to several gigahertz) in a range of about 100 meters. The use of wide frequency bands means it passes through walls much more reliably than Bluetooth or Wi-Fi can get.
The high …
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