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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. "They seem to be moving their sights that way," he said. UWB signals are short, powerful bursts of energy that travel through what is essentially a radio signal's "no man's land" that the FCC set aside in every swath of spectrum. The FCC-created dumping ground is meant for the weak radio signals most electronic devices unintentionally create when in operation. The study stops short of making any recommendations to the FCC. "The (FCC) recognizes the growing importance of GPS in everyday life," Stephen K. Jones, an FCC researcher, wrote in the preamble to the study's findings. "However, the FCC is also committed to fostering the development of promising new radio communications technology.".
"This is more proof that UWB doesn't interfere with GPS," said an XtremeSpectrum representative, Mike Walker, a senior vice president of solutions development for @Road, which sells GPS services, said he wasn't surprised by the study's findings, He added that @Road might even be embracing UWB in future offerings, "I'm not surprised the FCC said iphone xs max barely there leather - cardinal that," he said of the study, A new FCC study suggests that the wireless technology causes less interference for bandwidth neighbors than first believed--even less than laptops or microwaves..
In fact, common household appliances like laptops or microwave ovens are more of an interference threat than ultrawideband (UWB), according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) study. The FCC approved UWB products for sale in the United States in February, setting limits on the signal's power to calm fears about possible interference with GPS (Global Positioning System). UWB product makers believe the limits were unnecessary and ultimately make UWB equipment less appealing to consumers.