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CONFIG_UWB: Ultra Wideband devices (EXPERIMENTAL)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_UWB has multiple definitions:

Ultra Wideband devices (EXPERIMENTAL) found in drivers/uwb/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_UWB:

Help text

UWB is a high-bandwidth, low-power, point-to-point radio technology using a wide spectrum (3.1-10.6GHz). It is optimized for in-room use (480Mbps at 2 meters, 110Mbps at 10m). It serves as the transport layer for other protocols, such as Wireless USB (WUSB).

The topology is peer to peer; however, higher level protocols (such as WUSB) might impose a master/slave relationship.

Say Y here if your computer has UWB radio controllers (USB or PCI) based. You will need to enable the radio controllers below. It is ok to select all of them, no harm done.

For more help check the UWB and WUSB related files in Documentation/usb/.

To compile the UWB stack as a module, choose M here.

Ultra Wideband devices found in drivers/uwb/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_UWB:

Help text

UWB is a high-bandwidth, low-power, point-to-point radio technology using a wide spectrum (3.1-10.6GHz). It is optimized for in-room use (480Mbps at 2 meters, 110Mbps at 10m). It serves as the transport layer for other protocols, such as Wireless USB (WUSB).

The topology is peer to peer; however, higher level protocols (such as WUSB) might impose a master/slave relationship.

Say Y here if your computer has UWB radio controllers (USB or PCI) based. You will need to enable the radio controllers below. It is ok to select all of them, no harm done.

For more help check the UWB and WUSB related files in Documentation/usb/.

To compile the UWB stack as a module, choose M here.

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