There’s a surge of interest in ultra wideband. The wireless standard, which was designed for data transfer, fizzled more than a decade ago but is now experiencing new life as a method for finding an object’s precise position. UWB has already been built into the U1 chip that Apple added to its iPhone 11, and carmakers like BMW and Volkswagen could offer key fobs with UWB that unlock your vehicle when you get close.
Now, Spark Microsystems wants to use UWB for its original use. The Montreal-based company wants to use UWB in wireless gaming…
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