CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. "We expect products by Christmas of 2003," Fisher said. He declined to name the companies that will get the chips. Analysts say the UWB technology has potential, especially for the television industry, which needs to find more bandwidth in its networks to meet a 2005 federal mandate to broadcast bandwidth-sucking HDTV (high-definition television) signals. "It'll get more bang for your buck out of the existing cable band," said David Hoover, an analyst with research company Precursor Group.
Ultrawideband creates a wireless network capable of a 100 megabit-per-second round-trip between devices that are about 30 feet apart, XtremeSpectrum demonstrated recently that with its chip, UWB's signal can simultaneously send six different digital-television signals to six TVs, UWB signals are short, iphone xs max waterfall - rose gold powerful bursts of energy that travel through what is essentially a radio signal's "no man's land" that the Federal Communications Commission set aside in every swath of spectrum, The FCC-created dumping ground is meant for the weak radio signals most electronic devices unintentionally create when in operation..
While Bluetooth is inexpensive and doesn't need much power to operate, it doesn't shuttle information as quickly as UWB. There are ongoing efforts to get Bluetooth to work at 10 megabits per second, about a tenth of what UWB makers claim their equipment accomplishes. Fisher declined to comment on future product plans. The start-up's backers include Sony, Cisco Systems and Texas Instruments, all of which have indicated they intend to use UWB in future products. Chips using the very powerful, and controversial, ultrawideband wireless technique are on their way for testing by device makers.
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