UWB Synchronization

Every second Master emits synchronization packet (emission packet) via UWB to nearby neighboring anchors. Each neighboring anchor reports to server (arrival packet) that it received this emission. This synchronization is called UWB sync.

UWB Blink and UWB Sync communication are visualized in the picture below:

  1. The UWB Blink message is received by all the anchors in the UWB communication range.

  2. The master anchor (anchor TR2) broadcasts a Sync signal. The neighbor anchors in the UWB communication range of master anchor receives the Sync signal.