Frequency-selective fading of ultrawideband wireless channels in confined environments

@inproceedings{Sipal2011FrequencyselectiveFO,
  title={Frequency-selective fading of ultrawideband wireless channels in confined environments},
  author={Vit Sipal and Javier Gelabert and B. Allen and Christopher J. Stevens and David J. Edwards},
  year={2011}
}
As a result of the recent ruling by the European Commission, ultrawideband (UWB) wireless communications can now pervade small confined environments such as cars or trains. This research studies frequency-selective fading experienced by UWB wireless channels in these confined environments. It focuses on the relationship between the severity of fading and the environment size using analytical modelling, simulation and measurement. The authors show that the frequency-selective fading is more… CONTINUE READING

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