Mumbai, India (PressExposure) March 27, 2009 -- The newly issued WTRS UWB Emerging Technology Report ([http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/WTRS-UWB-Emerging-Technology-Report.html]) examines the market potential, effectiveness of existing technologies and components, global market trends, outstanding regulatory issues, progress of standards development, and strategic developments of market makers. It also includes an assessment of the market drivers and UWB technology evolution. Finally, a 5-year forecast that details sales volume, unit shipments, and average selling price by geography and application segment provides data that can be used to build business or product plans.
âThe question looming over the emergence of UWB products today is related to the mechanism by which significant adoption will be stimulated. The key to this is strong application developer activity,â according to Kirsten West, PhD, principal analyst with WTRS. âThus we expect that the application of UWB as an underlying protocol for high speed Bluetooth, with its tremendous number of Bluetooth application developers, will quickly dominate new product introductions for UWB technology once the high speed Bluetooth standard is completed.â
The WTRS UWB Emerging Technology Report answers: (1) Who has UWB RF components and which are designed for worldwide application? (2) Is the development of the certified wireless USB market following the schedule set by the industry? (3) Will UWB in Bluetooth be released as a specification, and when? (4) What is the role of the WiMedia Alliance? (5) What is the difference between certifies wireless USB and CWave UWB? As the wireless connectivity protocols mature and gain market acceptance, the differentiation between Bluetooth, WiFi, and UWB begin to blur. Many of the same players involved in promoting and developing UWB-based wireless connectivity options are deeply embedded in the furtherance of the IEEE 802.11 family of specifications that drive Wi-Fi as a competitive alternative in the wireless connectivity arena. While each protocol and technology under development today will eventually find its own unique application and niche within the market, the component OEMs are maintaining their stake in the various initiatives as a means to ensure a place in the wireless connectivity market.
Now it is simply a matter of letting the market and equipment manufacturers define the application for the various wireless connectivity options.
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