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|4th November 2008, 16:41||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel dumps ultrawideband research
CHIPZILLA has dumped a five-year research effort in ultrawideband and shut down its UWB startup WiQuest Communications.
Basically ultrawideband is a turkey which has gobbled its way past five Christmases for no real reason.
It is pants in almost every way. UWB is slow, power hungry, expensive and has a tendency to annoy government regulators. The technology clearly needs a lot of work and there are some better options out there.
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