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Ultra-Wideband Can Pose Risks To GPS
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is reviewing issues related to the Global Positioning System and potential conflicts with ultra-wideband communications and radar systems. These proceedings are of great interest to many industries. GPS is used in a vast range of activities, not just those requiring precise geographic position information but also many that simply need accurate, uninterrupted timing signals. For example, the financial and e-commerce industries rely heavily on GPS for synchronizing their computer networks.