Ultra wideband RTLS Systems

Ultra-Wideband (UWB) access points triangulate the position of a tag, typically achieving accuracy within a centimeter. UWB waves have the capability to pass through obstacles that might obstruct other signals. However, setting up a UWB system often requires a more substantial budget due to its advanced infrastructure.

Very Accurate Location

  • Infrastructure Device
  • UWB Signal
  • Tag
  • UWB Response Signal
  • Calculated Position

How Ultra wideband RTLS Systems Work

Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) employ low-energy digital radio signals to track locations with high precision. Recognized for their exceptional accuracy and minimal delay, these systems necessitate specialized infrastructure, which can lead to significant expenses.

RTLS in Healthcare

To learn more and compare Real-time Location Systems in Healthcare settings read our article about various real-time location system options.

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