Corpus ID: 9788096

New technologies for high speed computer networks: a wavelet approach

@article{Lizcano2009NewTF,
  title={New technologies for high speed computer networks: a wavelet approach},
  author={Jos{\'e} Avelino Manzano Lizcano and S. Flórez},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0904.2584}
}
Indoor multpropagation channel is modeled by the Kaiser electromagnetic wavelet. A method for channel characterization is proposed by modeling all the reflections of indoor propagation in a kernel function instead of its impulse response. This lead us to consider a fractal modulation scheme in which Kaiser wavelets substitute the traditional sinusoidal carrier. 

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