Introduction to UWB Signals and Systems

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  title={Introduction to UWB Signals and Systems},
  author={Andreas F. Molisch},
  year={2006}
}
The word ‘ultra-wideband’ (UWB) commonly refers to signals or systems that either have a large relative, or a large absolute bandwidth. Such a large bandwidth offers specific advantages with respect to signal robustness, information content and/or implementation simplicity, but lead to fundamental differences from conventional, narrowband systems. The past years have seen a confluence of technological and political/economic circumstances that enabled practical use of UWB systems; consequently… CONTINUE READING
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