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What is an Ultra-Wideband Demo Kit (UDK1)?

The UDK1 (Ultra-Wideband Demo Kit) is an all-in-one demonstration ready-to-use kit. The kit provides a wide range of evaluation demonstrations of the Ultra-Wideband technology ranging from Nearby Interaction demo with an iPhone, FiRa compatible Two-Way Ranging with Angle-of-Arrival capabilities, infrastructure-less proximity between the tags, advanced navigation and tracking RTLS (Real-Time Location System) demonstrations using DL-TDoA (Downlink TDoA), UL-TDoA (Uplink TDoA) and TWR (Two-Way Ranging) techniques. Uplink and downlink data telemetry are also a part of the RTLS demo.

What is included in the UDK1?

The kit consists of 6 hardware devices - one LC13 device with an integrated UWB AoA antenna and five LC14 devices with an integrated UWB non-AoA antenna. All devices can be configured in any mode of the demo including Anchor, Tag, Gateway, FiRa or Nearby Interaction devices.

Do I need any technical expertise to use the UDK1?

While some technical background or familiarity with electronics and software development can be beneficial, the UDK1 is designed to be user-friendly and accessible to users with varying levels of expertise. The provided documentation and guides will assist you in getting started.

What platforms or operating systems are compatible with the UDK1?

The UDK1 is designed to be compatible with popular platforms and operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. This compatibility allows developers to work across different environments and devices.

Are there any sample projects or code examples included in the UDK1?

Yes, the UDK1 provides sample projects and code examples that demonstrate the capabilities of UWB technology. These resources allow users to quickly understand and implement various use cases such as indoor positioning, asset tracking, or secure access control. Refer to the Development Guide section.

Can the UDK1 be connected to other devices or systems?

Yes, the UDK1 is designed to be versatile and compatible with various devices and systems. Depending on the specific kit, it might offer connectivity options, such as USB, Bluetooth, UART, or SPI to enable integration with other hardware or software platforms.

How do I get API support?

You may contact the support team via our standard support channels. For more information about our API onboarding packages, please contact our support team.

Why can’t CR123a battery be used for UDK1 device?

Because the CR123a battery only delivers a 3.0 Volts output. It’s recommended to use the RCR123a battery, which provides 3.7 Volts.