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Ultrawideband: Spectrum For Free
The FCC's 2002 decision to allocate unlicensed spectrum to ultrawideband radio gave a decisive push to vendors looking to commercialize this technology for use in high-rate wireless communications. This report analyzes the key mass-market applications for UWB and includes details on the strategies of the leading public and private chipset vendors.
A key finding of the report is that market for UWB chipsets is potentially bigger than 802.11 and Bluetooth combined. More research samples are shown in the extracts below:
Table of Contents (0404toc.pdf)
Low cost, low power, small form factor, and high data rates are all features of UWB that appeal to consumer electronics manufacturers. The range and data rate requirements for potential UWB applications are shown in this table.
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The huge potential of UWB has attracted dozens of publicly-owned and privately-held companies. The funding positions of the top four startups are summarized in this table.
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Publicly-owned vendors featured in this report: Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC); Motorola Inc. (NTSE: MOT); Philips Semiconductors (NYSE: PHG); STMicroelectronics NV (NYSE: STM); Texas Instruments Inc. (NYSE:TXN)
Privately-held vendors featured in this report: Alereon Inc.; Artimi Ltd.; Blue7 Communications Inc.; Pulse~Link Inc.; Staccato Communications Inc.; TZero; WiQuest Communications Inc.; Wisair Ltd.
Total Pages: 19
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