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My Bandwidth is Wider Than Yours: Ultrawideband, Wireless USB and WiNET in Linux

Inaky Perez-Gonzalez (inaky.perez-gonzalez@intel.com)

Imagine a radio technology that gives you 480 Mbps at short range; imagine that you don't have to keep all those cables around to connect your gadgets; make it low power too. You even want to be able to stream content from your super-duper cell phone to your way-too-many inches flat TV. Top it up, make it an open standard.

Not just a dream: we have it, is called Ultra-Wide-Band and comes with many toppings of your choice (Wireless USB and WiNET; Bluetooth and 1394 following) to help remove almost every data cable that makes your day miserable. And Linux already supports it.

Come discover what is it, how it looks, how Linux manages it and how does (part of) the future look like.