What is Ultra wireless?
Ultra wide band is famous as UWB or as digital pulse wireless, UWB stands for a ultra-wide web. It is a wireless technology which transmits large amounts of digital data over a wide spectrum of frequency bands with very low power for a short distance. It is a communication modem which may be the next level of the broad band. Its invention was to make commercial radar systems better. However, it is a very potential replacement for Wi-Fi and many other internet options.
How UWB works:
A UWB or Ultra wide web modem contains many wireless radios which send short signal pulses over an extensive range. For example, a UWB signal fixed at 7 GHz typically extends across 5 GHz and 8 GHz. The wide range of signals provides UWB the power to support high-speed wireless data transmission ranging from 480 Mbps to 1.9 GBPS. This pace is achievable till the users are in close ranges as long distances the consumer goes UWB data transferring rate drops consequently.
The foreseen gifts in future:
Don’t be surprised if you find out soon that your USB (pen-drive) no longer requires a physical connection to host (P.C, desktop, tab etc.). There are chances that future LED TVs won’t require a USB with pre-downloaded videos to connect with them. You might witness someday that videos are directly playing on TV itself. All credit will go to enduring research on ultra-wireless technology. Next-gen blue-tooth may not require the receiver or the giver in short range. Don’t be astonished if you see a much-broadened spectrum of the same. In which you can stay at home and connect with your neighbor via next-gen blue-tooth (in the same building of course). It may minimize mobile recharge costs for calling, texting and other communicational expenses up to a small extent.
Impact on different industries:
Many ways are there in which UWB is going to revolutionize the industrial world. Data transfer will be much more convenient. There are many ways in which this technology will change ways of industrial communication also. Ultra wireless or UWB will hopefully be preferred technology for industrial usage. It will be a potential replacement for technologies like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth’s etc.
However, the current situation suggests that WLANs are going to be in business for a long time. There are many things which are yet to be clear like limitations of power. Some decision making bodies like Federal communications commission and many such organizations are researching to make it as accurate as possible to implement it in the practical world. There are many pros and cons which are yet to discover before taking a step forward.
Pros and Cons:
The best part of UWB technology is that they consume very less power if you want to go by approximate numbers it will be somewhere around 9900th part of your Smartphone battery. This feature makes it perfect supplement for devices like smart phones, digital diaries, laptops, tablets, and more such devices which are your professional companions. This technology is best suited for setting up an ultra-wireless home multimedia network where getting high bandwidth is a pain.
However, there are chances that these devices may interfere with many radio frequency operated systems like the radio frequencies of police, fire service, aviation and much more such important wireless devices. There is news that researchers have finally gained control over this issue but still, this project is under evaluation. As there are some unanswered questions about wide-ranging UWB. Ultra wireless may be the most trending thing now to talk about. But as far as practical implementation is a concern the project rests on the responsible shoulders of researching authorities.