A 90nm CMOS SoC UWB pulse radar for respiratory rate monitoring

@article{Zito2011A9C,
  title={A 90nm CMOS SoC UWB pulse radar for respiratory rate monitoring},
  author={Domenico Zito and Domenico Pepe and Martina Mincica and Fabio Zito},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={40-41}
}
UWB technology (3.1 to 10.6GHz) allows new applications for both data communication and sensing (FCC, reference in [1]). Due to their potential in terms of resolution and extremely low level of EIRP spectral density (< −41.3dBm/MHz, see mask in Fig. 2.4.1) [1], UWB radars are very attractive for a large set of civil and military sensing applications, as ground penetrating, surveillance, localization, intra-wall and through-wall detections and biomedical imaging. Moreover, with respect to… CONTINUE READING
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