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UWB comes to Europe

Pending FCC approval for UWB (ultra-wideband) technology in the United States, UWB advocates are taking steps to remove restrictions that prevent this new technology from being applied in Europe and Asia.

Recall that at the end of April, the FCC decided to allocate the range from 3.1 GHz to 10.6 GHz for UWB. And now UWB supporters would like to see a similar range for UWB and Europe.

In particular, XtremeSpectrum announced the appointment of Veronica Haggart, formerly Motorola’s director of regulatory affairs, to the position of vice president of strategic communications. Concurrently, XtremeSpectrum announced several initiatives, including closer alliances with high-tech companies, to promote UWB technology.

Meanwhile, in Europe, STMicroelectronics reported to the media about the development of an R&D program in conjunction with several European partners. STMicroelectronics did not name names, but, most likely, they are mainly research institutes.

As for Asia, here the process began with a meeting in Tokyo of representatives of XtremeSpectrum, Texas Instruments, Intel, Sony, Sharp and Panasonic, at which a plan of consistent interaction with the Ministry of Public Administration, Internal Affairs, Post and Telecommunications of Japan was outlined.

Until, of course, companies wait for the technology to be approved quickly. XtremeSpectrum says it could take one to two years to make a decision on UWB in Japan.

UWB is closely watched by cell phone companies. So, Nokia claims to have a huge interest in the technology, but is in no hurry to start developing devices using UWB. The company believes that it is too early to think about the use of UWB in Europe.

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