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If the data rate increases to 108 Mbps. per channel, thats 864. Since this is only 160 Mhz, as the technology is adopted, if say another 160Mhz is added, then the bandwidth is 1.7 Gbps.
I fully believe that UWB will probably reach the speeds you are talking about eventually. My question is, is it an efficient use of the spectrum for data communications?
Also, if it isn't, and it interferes with other technologies like 802.11, will this be a workable situation?
If it turns out that UWB can offer another .5 Gbps., without interfering with other efficient modulation techniques (OFDM, DSSS, etc.), then it should be a successful technology. As I understand it, this is UWB is supposed to be virtually undectable to other technologies. If this proves true, then this is not an either-or case, but a case of both technologies winning.