Samsung unveils Exynos Connect U100, its personal ultra-wideband chipset

 Today Samsung announced a brand-new brand name, Exynos Connect, which consolidates all its short-range cordless interaction solutions such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ultra-wideband (UWB) under one 'roof'.

Samsung unveils Exynos Connect U100, its personal ultra-wideband chipset

At the same time, the company has revealed its very first UWB chipset, the Exynos Connect U100. Its calling is very shut to Apple's U1 chip which is powering its AirTag item tracker, and we presume that is not a coincidence.

Samsung's service comes with range dimension abilities that are accurate to within single-digit centimeters and under 5 levels, and it is optimized for use in mobile, automobile, and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices for which it offers precise place information and range. Since it integrates radio regularity, baseband, embedded blink memory and power management IP right into a solitary chip, the U100 is ideal for use in small devices.

The U100 leverages time of arrival (ToA) and 3D angle of arrival (AoA) dimensions to provide the previously mentioned degree of precision. Samsung says this makes it particularly useful when monitoring place inside your home as well when it comes to AR and VR applications that require exact and real-time monitoring of moving individuals.

The chip has a power conserving setting, and it is equipped with a rushed timestamp series (STS) function and a protected equipment file security engine to prevent external hacking. The Exynos Connect U100 is certified by the FiRa Consortium for interoperability with UWB requirements. It also adheres to the Car Connection Consortium's Electronic Key Launch 3.0, enabling U100-equipped mobile phones to securely communicate electronic keys with vehicles.

It is uncertain when we will see the first devices to have this chip integrated, but we presume Samsung itself will make great use it throughout item categories.


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