ULTRA WIDE BAND
UWB is a short-range, wireless communication protocol that – like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi – uses radio waves. But it differs substantially in that it operates at a very high frequency.
As its name denotes, it also uses a wide spectrum of several GHz.
One way to think of it is as a radar that can continuously scan an entire room and precisely lock onto an object like a laser beam to discover its location and communicate data.
Applications of Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Technology: