The indoor UWB positioning tracker is a device that uses ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to accurately track the location of objects and people indoors. UWB is a wireless communication technology that uses extremely short pulses of radio waves to transmit data. It is capable of providing high-precision location tracking of objects and people indoors, with an accuracy of up to 10 cm. The tracker is typically used in applications such as asset tracking, inventory management, personnel tracking, and navigation. The device is typically composed of an antenna, a transceiver, and a processor. The antenna captures the UWB signal, the transceiver converts it into digital data, and the processor processes the data to determine the location of the object or person.
It works by transmitting a signal at frequencies that are much higher than those used by traditional wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The signal is then received by multiple receivers, which measure the time it takes for the signal to travel from the transmitter to each receiver. This information is then used to calculate the position of the object being tracked. The accuracy of the positioning tracker can be improved by adding additional receivers to the system or by using multiple transmitters.