CUWB 3.2 is an update to the Bernoulli (CUWB 3) system that enhances device management and improves the user interface.
CUWB 3.1 is an update to the Bernoulli (CUWB 3) system that brings runtime information to the CUWB Manager, easier device management, and general device and network stability improvements.
Introducing Bernoulli. He is particularly remembered for his applications of mathematics to mechanics, especially fluid mechanics, and for his pioneering work in probability and statistics. We have named our third major release of the CUWB System in his honor.
CUWB 3.0 Features
- Regulatory Compliant Products
- Configuration API
- Support for Large Networks and Distributed Management
- More configurability
- New 3D visualization tool
The default buffer sizes in Linux are woefully small for any services that make heavy use of UDP. Here is how to fix them.
Ciholas has received a number of inquiries regarding FCC certification of the DWUSB. The DWUSB is not FCC certified, this article explains why.
Introducing Archimedes. He anticipated calculus, derived an accurate approximation of pi, and invented the method of exhaustion. Now he serves as the namesake for our second major release of the CUWB product line.
CUWB 2.0 Features
- Improved Configurability and Throughput
- Inertial and Atmospheric Sensor Data
- New analysis tools
An introduction into Real Time Location Systems and some related algorithms.
Ciholas is often asked, "how accurate is the RTLS evaluation system that comes with the DWUSB?" The answer, as with most things in engineering, is it depends.
Learn how tranmission and reception times from radio signals are used to produce accurate range data.
A brief description of how Ultra-Wideband technology works.
Ciholas is often asked to define the number of DWUSBs needed for an application. This article should help to identify the appropriate number of DWUSBs to purchase.