Bluetooth Ultra Wide Band

On March 28, 2006, the Bluetooth SIG announced its intention to use Ultra-Wideband/MB-OFDM as the physical layer for future versions of Bluetooth.
The integration of UWB create a version of Bluetooth technology with an option for large bandwidths. This new version will achieve the requirements of synchronization and transfer of large amounts of data as well as high definition content for portable devices, multimedia projectors, televisions and VoIP phones.
At the same time, Bluetooth technology will continue to meet the needs of very low power applications such as mice, keyboards and mono headsets enabling devices to select the physical layer most suitable for your requirements.

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