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Ultra-wideband (UWB) is a Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) that follows the IEEE 802.15.3 standard. There are two industry associations promoting UWB. The UWB Forum is comprised of over 100 companies committed to making ultra-wideband technology a reality. The group is dedicated to ensuring that standards-based ultra-wideband products from multiple vendors are truly interoperable - from mobile phones to set-top boxes, from computers to televisions to digital camcorders and more.

The WiMedia Alliance is an open, non-profit industry association promoting the enabling the rapid adoption and standardization of UWB worldwide for high-speed wireless, multimedia-capable personal-area connectivity in the PC, CE and mobile market segments. Other uses of UWB include: ground penetrating radars; wall imaging systems; through-wall imaging systems; surveillance systems; medical imaging systems; and vehicular radar systems.

No matter what your application or frequency, MiCOM Labs can test and certify your UWB devices to all regulatory standards.


EN 301 489-17 EMC for Wideband Data
TR 101 994-1 UWB Technical Characteristics
EN 302 065 Draft UWB Radios
FCC Part 15C Unlicensed Radio Devices
FCC Part 15F UWB Operation