UWB Spies Public Security Opportunities

Brown, Karen
February 2004
Wireless Week;2/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p24
Trade Publication
Deals with the public security opportunities offered by ultrawideband communications applications. Description of Radar Vision, a portable surveillance device from Time Domain Corp.; Success of the product in law enforcement; Information on the company's Rubble Vision technology.


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