Mathematical Problems Arising in Ultra Wide-Band Radio
Time Domain Corporation
April 19, 2002
Emerging short-range radio applications, such as wireless Internet access, have spurred the development of ultra wide-band (UWB) radio technology. UWB radios encode information as sequences of electromagnetic pulses of extremely short duration and high repetition rate. UWB systems have the potential to deliver high rate wireless data links over short distances, without interfering with existing conventional technologies. An overview of UWB radio will be presented, followed by a discussion of some of the mathematical problems that arise in the design and implementation of efficient UWB systems.
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