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Samsung rivals Apple U1 with Exynos Join U100 ultra-wideband chip

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Samsung has launched its personal ultra-wideband chip, the Exynos Join U100, which can assist it to additional rival Apple’s U1 chip and the broader AirTag ecosystem.

The Exynos Join U100 is Samsung’s first ever ultra-wideband (UWB) chipset which, when put in in future smartphones and different units, will allow them to be exactly tracked with “single-digit centimeter” and “below 5 diploma” accuracy.

With such a UWB chip onboard, it makes it doable to trace units even in indoors environments the place GPS now not proves efficient. The flexibility to intently observe objects additionally permits a complete host of recent superior AR and VR purposes.

Samsung says that its new chip has been optmised to be used in “cellular, automotive and Web of Issues (IoT) units”.

Primarily, that is Samsung’s belated response to Apple’s personal U1 chip, which empowers it AirTag ecosystem. The South Korean firm has beforehand relied on third social gathering UWB chip suppliers for the likes of its SmartTag Plus tracker (pictured).

Alongside this new UWB chipset, Samsung additionally introduced the broader Exynos Join model. This may carry collectively the entire firm’s short-range wi-fi communication initiatives, together with UWB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

“Our Exynos Join U100 combines refined ranging and positioning capabilities with sturdy safety to allow hyper-connectivity between individuals and on a regular basis objects, fueling a variety of recent purposes in positioning and site monitoring,” stated Joonsuk Kim, Government Vice President of the Connectivity Improvement Staff at Samsung Electronics.

Samsung says that its Exynos Join U100 chipset encompasses a scrambled timestamp sequence (STS) operate and a safe {hardware} encryption engine as a way of guaranteeing safety.

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