Originally posted by talldude123
There is no such thing as 4.8Ghz.
I think all there is for frequencies are 25-channel (450Mhz), 900Mhz, 2.4Ghz, and 5.8Ghz.
UWB(Ultra Wide Band) technology allows over 500MHz wide spectrum frequency communication band without cross-talk interference within 10 meters in speeds up to hundreds of Mbps. The new frequency channels announced by MIC are 3.1~4.8GHz(Low Band) and 7.2~10.2GHz(High Band) can be used in both indoor and outdoor without any separate communication permits.
The UWB can allow from 100 to 200 times faster transmissions than current Bluetooth technology(1Mbps). For instance, a 2-hour length video file from cell phone to another is possible within 10-meter distance. In addition, viewing wireless camcorder video recordings on digital TV and wireless data transfers to PC is possible with the UWB chip implant USB devices.