Ultra-Wideband At Death’s Door? – Standards dispute claims another startup….

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3 Nov 2008


Ultra-Wideband (UWB) is a radio modulation technique noted for its potential to offer blazing speeds at very short ranges (great for in-home HD distribution over wireless or coaxial). Unfortunately UWB has been bogged down in a standards war for many years, and now GigaOM notes that the technology has seen better days, as UWB startup WiQuest this week closed its doors and laid off the company’s 120 employees.
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