ESP32 UWB

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Introduction

Ultra-wideband (UWB) is a short-range, wireless communication protocol that operates through radio waves, enables secure reliable ranging and precision sensing, creating a new dimension of spatial context for wireless devices.
The DW1000 is a single-chip wireless transceiver based on ultra-wideband technology, provides a new approach to real-time location and indoor location systems, location-based services, wireless sensor networks and the Internet of Things by providing accurate location awareness and communication.

ESP32 UWB module based on DW1000 and ESP32, is like a continuously scanning radar that can precisely lock onto another device, discover its location and communicate with it. Once the device is near another UWB device, the devices start “ranging.” Ranging refers to calculating the time of flight (ToF) between devices: the roundtrip time of challenge/response packets.


ESP32 UWB

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