UWB Communication Systems: Conventional and 60 GHz
Principles, Design and Standards
2013, XX, 220 p. 116 illus., 58 illus. in color.
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Compares Conventional UWB and 60 GHz as they apply to the same application domain
Provides a number of advanced techniques as well as projects and exercises
Covers the established 60 GHz and conventional UWB standards
In this book the author examines 60 GHz and conventional UWB. The book introduces the fundamentals, architectures, and applications of unified ultra wideband devices. The material includes both theory and practice and introduces ultra wideband communication systems and their applications in a systematic manner. The material is written to enable readers to design, analyze, and evaluate UWB communication systems.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) - Impulse Radio - Medium Access Control (MAC) - Millimeter Waves - Multiband OFDM - Power Spectral Density - Pulse Shape Options - Spectrum Overlay - Ultra Wideband (UWB) - Underlay Classification