What is Ultra-Wideband?
Ultra-wideband (UWB) is a short-range wireless radio technology for transmitting data across a wide bandwidth under 500 MHz.
The ultra-wideband spectrum is made up of two frequencies that are extremely close to each other. This makes the transmission of radio signals over long distances possible. This type of wave also features low levels of interference, which makes it ideal for wireless communications. It was originally used in the 1800s to carry telegraph signals over long distances. The process of sending information required people to have a certain amount of space between them and the other person.