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A protocol which provides priority in outstanding packets retransmissions for certain subscribers under competitive access is proposed and investigated.
The paper deals with one of principal issues of IR-UWB application - achievable date rates in multiple access radio networks.
Possibility and perspective of the use of IR — UWB signals in satellite and distant terrestrial radio systems have been examined and their parameters have been estimated.
Presented in This work are the results of research and innovation in the field of creation of National Information-Telecommunication Infrastructure with the use of microwave technology. The concept… (More)
Pulse Ultra Wide Band signals are proposed to use in Ad Hoc and MANET radio networks to solve problems of Media Access Control and signal relay.
A new method of reception and a receiver of IR-UWB signals are proposed. Noise immunity of the receiver has been evaluated.
The communication channel, in which impulse-radio ultra-wide band (IR-UWB) signals are used, is studied. The channel implements the “non-energy” receiving technique. The impact of the integration… (More)
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the USA has limited communication coverage zone for pulse UWB systems by implementing power density mask on all transmitting devices. As result the UWB… (More)
New multiple access protocols for monochannel radio networks with packet switching are considered. Analytic expressions for average transmission rates have been derived. It is shown that at the… (More)
Methods of IR-UWB signals relaying in ad hoc and MANET networks are considered.