In this work, an ultra-wideband (UWB) bi-directional galvanic isolator (BDGI) is reported for the first time. The proposed design methodology uses time-division-duplex (TDD) protocol to merge the functionality of two passive galvanically isolated channels into one magnetically coupled communication channel between two chips, enabling up to 50% form-factor and assembly cost reduction while achieving state-of-Art performance. A low-power UWB pulse polarity-modulated transceiver architecture is presented to maximize the channel's capacity to 300 Mb/s and minimize power consumption and propagation delay to 200 pj/b and 5 ns respectively. The communication channel utilizes a double-isolated transformer coupled channel consisting of two transformers connected in series using bondwires and achieves 11 kVpk (7.8 kVrms) high voltage isolation, the highest reported without adding extra steps or alternating the native CMOS fabrication process. The system is realized in a 0.25 um BCD (Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS) process with 0.8 mm2 silicon area per channel. The system uses odd-symmetry center-Tapped transformers and differential transceivers to increase noise/transient immunity.