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—In this letter, an overview of reported measurements and modeling of the ultra wide band (UWB) indoor wireless channel is presented. An introduction to UWB technology and UWB channels is provided. Different UWB channel sounding techniques are discussed and approaches for the modeling of the UWB channel are reviewed. The available indoor UWB channel(More)
A 2D UWB localization technique based on joint ToA/DoA in indoor dense multipath environment is proposed. In this method, direction of arrival (DoA) is estimated from time of arrival (ToA). The joint usage of ToA and DoA results in an accurate localization of the mobile node (MN). Unlike conventional methods, the proposed localization technique needs only(More)
— An RF passive orthonormal ladder filter using transformers is presented, where the output is obtained from a linear, weighted combination of the voltages or currents at predetermined nodes or branches. With this topology, arbitrary rational transfer functions can be mapped onto silicon. Key features of this single-input, multiple-output (SIMO) topology(More)
— In this paper, an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) receiver scheme with very low sampling rate is proposed for ranging in indoor multipath environments. The idea underlying the proposed scheme is that, instead of processing the whole UWB band, only partial sub-bands are considered at the receiver. The missing sub-bands are estimated by exploiting an estimate of the(More)
— Using the wideband indoor channel measurements data at 2.4, 4.75 and 11.5 GHz of [1], a statistical Ultra Wide Band (UWB) channel model is determined. Employing different windows (i.e. Rectangular, Hanning and Blackman-Harris), the impulse response model for the UWB channel is obtained and accordingly, major channel parameters such as path loss exponent,(More)
—Wireless channel measurement results for 60 GHz within a closed metal cabinet are provided. A metal cabinet is chosen to emulate the environment within a mechatronic system, which have metal enclosures in general. A frequency domain sounding technique is used to measure the wireless channel for different volumes of the metal enclosure, considering both(More)