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What's the working principle of wireless USB?

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MSRA

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Hello,
Well i just wonder whats the working principle of WIRELESS USB?
How can i built this....?
What logic is used to make it...?
 

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Re: Wireless USB

Hi MSRA,

A couple of points 1) Wireless USB is most definitely not an elementary electronic question. 2) You can't make your own wireless USB circuit from simple logic it needs a number of dedicated IC's. If you want to know more about wireless USB I'd recommend going to the USB.org website as they have many whitepapers on the subject including the underlying principles of wireless communication.
 

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Re: Wireless USB

I know that Wireless USB is just the name given from Cypress to its low range 2.4Ghz rf devices. The name is because this link can replace wired USB.
 
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Wireless USB

Doesn't wireless usb refers to UWB?
 
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Wireless USB

Yes, wUSB uses UWB technology to transfer data.
It uses Wimedia MAC and PHY protocols.
 

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