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The realization of a prototype for a novel band-selective personal exposure assessment system is presented. The new system combines three features that are crucial for Non-Ionising-Radiation (NIR) monitoring, namely the measurement of power levels of selected near field sources, e.g. internal Wi-Fi module, field levels of far field sources and global(More)
The electromagnetic environment in a hospital is characterized by means of a measurement campaign. This serves as a basis for the evaluation of best-suited future technologies to be used for wireless patient monitoring, where highest quality of service is required for sensors recording vital data. Results show that the UWB band features equal dynamic ranges(More)
A compact testbed for real-time UWB performance evaluation in terms of un-coded bit-error rate is presented. Both the transmitter and the receiver are realized in form of a small PCB. This testbed represents a very versatile tool for the evaluation of IR-UWB as physical layer for various wireless technologies. It operates in the frequency range from 3.1-5.0(More)
A scheme for the direct conversion of millimeter and THz waves to optical signals is introduced. The compact device consists of a plasmonic phase modulator that is seamlessly cointegrated with an antenna. Neither high-speed electronics nor electronic amplification is required to drive the modulator. A built-in enhancement of the electric field by a factor(More)
A compact testbed for real-time Ultra-Wideband (UWB) wireless system performance evaluation in terms of un-coded bit-error rate is presented. Both the transmitter and the receiver are realized in form of a small PCB. The system operates in the frequency range from 3.1--5.0 GHz with a maximum data rate of 10 MBit/s. By means of two examples this poster(More)
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