Published September 9, 2005
by John Wiley & Sons .
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Ultra wideband technology turns the radio spectrum available to wireless applications from a country road into a high-speed ten lane super freeway, and the destination is the future of wireless technology. UWB is a huge leap forward because it offers wide bandwidth with little interference, allowing multiple UWB signals to share a single channel. This book investigates the design of devices, systems, and circuits for medical applications using the two recently established frequency bands: ultra-wideband ( GHz) and 60 GHz ISM band. These two bands provide the largest bandwidths available for communication technologies and present many attractive opportunities for medical 4/5(2). The book presents the theoretical analysis of fundamental principles of Ultra Wide Band (UWB) radio communications supported by practical examples developed using computer simulation. The simulation codes are provided in the form of user-customizable MATLAB) functions which are included in the by: Ultra Wideband (UWB) Technology is the cutting edge technology for wireless communications with a wide range of applications. In Introduction to Ultra Wideband for Wireless Communications UWB principles and technologies for wireless communications are explained issues such as UWB wireless channels, interference, signal processing as well as applications and standardization.
Ultra-wideband (also known as UWB, ultra-wide band and ultraband) is a radio technology that can use a very low energy level for short-range, high-bandwidth communications over a large portion of the radio spectrum. UWB has traditional applications in non-cooperative radar recent applications target sensor data collection, precision locating and tracking applications. Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology is a radio technology that uses electromagnetic waves with a very low power spectral density occupying a bandwidth of more than 25% of a centre frequency, or more than GHz, for short-range remote sensing, high-bandwidth communications or object positioning. The detailed analyses of state-of-the-art UWB technology has shown that this technology is very Author: Dusan Kocur. References Ultra-wideband communications: fundamentals and applications-F Nekoogar – K. Siwiak and D. McKeown, Ultra-Wideband Radio Technology, Wiley: UK, J. McCorkle, “A Tutorial on Ultrawideband Technology,” Doc. IEEE /r0, March Young Man Kim. Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Technology and Applications. A compact Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) Wilkinson power divider with different unequal split ratios of and using three optimized resistors is analyzed, designed and fabricated in this study.
Providing up-to-date material for UWB antennas and propagation as used in a wide variety of applications, "Ultra-wideband Antennas and Propagation for Communications, Radar and Imaging" includes fundamental theory, practical design information and extensive discussion of UWB applications from biomedical imaging, through to radar and wireless communications. High-performance wide band log-parabolic antenna designed to operate from MHz and MHz. This Wideband design eliminates the need to purchase different antennas for each frequency. This simplifies installations since the same antenna can be used for a wide array of wireless applications where wide coverage is desired. This book explores the design of ultra wideband (UWB) technology for wireless body-area networks (WBAN). The authors describe a novel implementation of WBAN sensor nodes that use UWB for data transmission and narrow band for data reception, enabling . About this Book Ultra Wide Band Technology (UWB) has reached a level of maturity that allows us to offer wireless links with either high or low data rates. These wireless links are frequently associated with a location capability for which ultimate accuracy varies with the inverse of the frequency bandwidth.