Live Demonstration of the WISER Systems UWB Locator System

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Live demonstration of the UWB Locator System by WISER Systems.

This is an article on the live demonstration of the UWB Locator System by WISER Systems.

The WISER Systems UWB Locator System is designed to be used from a variety of locations, including commercial buildings, retail stores, universities, and libraries.

Many UWB devices have two sets of antennas for communication between the UWB devices and a UWB receiver (transceiver) located in a building or a campus. The UWB devices have a special mode in which their antennas are configured in such a way as to allow UWB devices to communicate with the UWB receiver. This is generally termed the UWB “locate mode. ” With this locate mode, the UWB devices are able to communicate with the UWB receiver at least to a lesser extent than would be possible if their antennas were not configured in this manner.

At the UWB device that is communicating with the UWB receiver, the UWB receive mode is enabled. The UWB devices use a special process known as “docking” to communicate with the UWB receiver. The name “docking” derives from the fact that the UWB devices typically use a special type of communication that is called “docking” or “latching” in short. In the UWB receiver, a UWB device that is docked communicates with the UWB receiver to request that the UWB device that is not docked communicate with the UWB receiver via a specially defined mode of communication known as “docking”. Docking is used to communicate with the UWB receiver and to request that the UWB devices communicate with the UWB receiver.

As discussed in greater detail below, the UWB Locator System can be used in many location-based wireless applications.

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