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The art and science of ultrawideband antennas
Introduction and History of UWB Antennas. Antennas as Transducers. Antennas as Transformers. Antennas as Radiators. Antennas as Energy Converters. Taxonomy of UWB Antennas. Antennas in Systems.
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Frequency notched UWB antennas
This paper describes a method for creating frequency notches in an otherwise ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna element. By deliberately introducing a narrow band resonant structure, an antenna may be madeExpand
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Bottom fed planar elliptical UWB antennas
  • H. Schantz
  • Physics
  • IEEE Conference on Ultra Wideband Systems and…
  • 16 November 2003
This paper describes the "bottom fed" planar elliptical dipoles. These antennas are electrically small ultra-wideband (UWB) dipoles with bandwidths on the order of 3:1 or better. Return loss isExpand
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A brief history of UWB antennas
  • H. Schantz
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • IEEE Conference on Ultra Wideband Systems and…
  • 16 November 2003
This paper provides a historical overview of ultra-wideband antennas presenting some of the key advances at the root of modern designs.
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Characterization of error in a Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER) Real-Time Location System (RTLS)
We provide results and error analysis for over four hundred individual measurements of a Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER®) Real-Time Location System (RTLS). The system operated over rangesExpand
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Measurement of UWB antenna efficiency
  • H. Schantz
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE VTS 53rd Vehicular Technology Conference…
  • 6 May 2001
The usual narrowband or resonant techniques, for measuring antenna efficiency are ill-suited for use with ultra-wideband (UWB) or aresonant antennas. This paper develops an extension of the classicExpand
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IEEE 802 . 15 . 4 a channel model-fi nal report
This is a discussion document for the IEEE document of the IEEE 802.15.4a channel modeling subgroup. It gives the generic channel model for UWB, as well as the parameterization for differentExpand
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Channel Multiplexing Technique Utilizing Electric and Magnetic Components of a Radio Wave
A wireless channel multiplexing method which makes use of the electric and magnetic field components of an electromagnetic wave as separate information carriers is presented. It is based on theExpand
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Time Domain Array Design
This paper has explored the difference between conventional CW array design and short pulse UWB array design. In particular, the grating lobe suppression of a short pulse array was emphasized.Expand
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This paper explains and surveys the emerging RF discipline of near-field technology. First, this paper defines what is meant by the “near field.” Then, this paper presents a brief history ofExpand
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