Ranjay Hazra

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Non-Coherent Ultrawideband (UWB) Autocorrelation (AR) Receivers require no channel state information, hence are preferred over coherent UWB receivers. The paper discusses the effectiveness of major UWB schemes using AR receivers: the Transmitted Reference (TR) scheme, Averaged Transmitted Reference (ATR) and Differential Transmitted Reference (DTR) scheme.(More)
Non-Coherent Autocorrelation (AR) UWB receivers are preferred over coherent UWB receivers because it requires no channel state information (CSI) and hence is less complex in nature. The paper investigates the performance of Transmitted Reference (TR) and Differential Transmitted Reference (DTR) scheme using AR UWB receivers. Theoretical analysis of BER(More)
  • Sukeshini S. Tabhane, Venkat K. Jadhav, +19 authors Nazmul Huda
  • 2015
The increasing demand for portable, high data rate communications has focused much attention on wireless technology. Ultra Wide Band (UWB) waveforms have the ability to deliver megabits of information while maintaining low average power consumption within a short range. . This paper studies the performance of non-coherent impulse-radio ultra wideband(More)
Non-Coherent receivers are attractive for IR-UWB systems and are preferred over its coherent counterpart, because of its implementation simplicity and non-requirement of channel state information (CSI). UWB systems have a low Power Spectral Density (PSD) which limits it from achieving a wide coverage and high data rate despite, providing an adequate system(More)
The paper evaluates and compares the bit error (BER) performance of the various non-coherent IR-UWB receivers in IEEE 802.15.4a UWB environment and AWGN channel. The various non-coherent IR-UWB schemes discussed are TR, RTR, ATR, RATR, DTR and ED receivers. The simulation results clearly show that under the same conditions, ED receiver outperforms TR(More)
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