Rajesh Thakare

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— This paper describes the analysis of UWB interference on WiMax systems. Coexistence between these two systems is important due to unlicensed use of 3.1 to 10.6 GHz frequency band by UWB. The interference impact of UWB devices entirely depends on the victim receiver characteristics. From the knowledge of noise density and allowable maximum noise raise in(More)
In microelectronics design, power consumption, speed of operation, are crucial constraints. Propagation delay of circuit component has an impact on such factors. Pipelining and parallel processing strategies are utilized for desirable propagation delays and hence for clock and throughput variation respectively. To some extent variation in propagation delay(More)
In modern short range wireless applications, RF, Bluetooth and UWB communication schemes are recommended with respect to power consumption, low/high data rates and location capability. Though special bandwidth is not allocated to UWB, coexistence of such signal in the available RF environment is a critical issue and hence analysis of UWB signal with respect(More)
UWB (Ultra-wideband) radio is a fast emerging technology with uniquely attractive features inviting major advances in wireless communications, networking, radar, imaging, and positioning systems. UWB technology is advance technology for high speed data transfer for indoor as well as outdoor communication. Paper provides the coexistence of WiMax and UWB(More)
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