Although it’s been around for some time now, Ultra-wideband (UWB) is considered the new “location technology” kid on the block, and it’s growing at a healthy pace. Its precision-accurate capabilities are what sets it apart from other location solutions, and it’s a key enabler to exciting – and vital – new use cases. Check out this update to learn more about the history of locations technology and the future of UWB at Qorvo.
Location technology has traveled a long road to get to where we are with UWB, but how did we get here? To fully understand, it’s helpful to look at how it originated, the role it plays, how it works, and the use cases it powers. In this post, we look at the history of location technology and explore the solutions that led to the pin-point, real-time accuracy of UWB. Read the full blog post.
Ultra-wideband (UWB) has the potential to change the way we live and work. Its ability to pinpoint people and things to within just a few centimeters makes it 100 times more accurate than current location technologies, like Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Wi-Fi. UWB brings true awareness to devices, opening up endless possibilities for mobile, automotive and the Internet of Things.
Learn more about UWB technology at Qorvo.
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