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re: UWB firm gets funds, makes ex-Intel exec chairman
y_sasaki   4/6/2012 10:10:54 AM
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It is great to hear that people still trying to make product based on impulse UWB,even after miserable failure of MB-OFDM UWB (Wireless UWB). Impulse radio is fascinating - there are a lot of unique features and benefits, as well as difficulties.

GREAT-Terry
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re: UWB firm gets funds, makes ex-Intel exec chairman
GREAT-Terry   4/9/2012 10:08:44 AM
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How wideband this company is targeted? I have interest on how the device be used in WSN in which usually data rate is not very high. Why people need UWB? How can they remain low power? I suppose the beauty of WSN is with low power so that people can put the sensor in a system without paying too much attention on how to power it up.



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