India, Oct. 13 -- So, what is Ultra Wide Band and why is it suddenly in the news? Well, for starters, UWB or Ultra Wide Band is a short range wireless protocol that operates through radio waves at very high frequencies. It can be used to capture and transmit highly accurate spatial and directional data.

In layman'sterms, this can be thought of as a better version of Bluetooth or a much better example would be NFC technology. This technology can track other devices movements in real-time and can understand both motion and relative position.

A simple example would be locating your car in the parking lot with much better accuracy and as you approach the car it would unlock the doors. You can also use your phone to turn on the devices such ...