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Title: Coexistence issues for ultra-wideband radio technology
Authors: Mazzenga, Franco
Giuliano, Romeo
Guidoni, Gianluca
Keywords: fixed satellite service
radar primari
coesistenza radio
fixed wireless access
Issue Date: 3-Aug-2009
Abstract: The goal of this Thesis is the assessment of the radio-coexistence between Ultra-wideband radio technology (UWB-RT) and some of the most important legacy narrow-band systems: Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), Point to Point (PP), Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) and Primary Radars operating in the 2.7-2.9 GHz band. UWB-RT is the most promising alternative for current medium-range communications technologies, best suited to short range applications in personal area networking. The versatility of this technology ranges from high data rate applications as USB cable replacement to location and tracking solutions in wireless sensor networks. But UWB concept is significantly different from traditional narrow-band radio systems and spread spectrum technologies: it uses a low peak power spread over an extremely wide bandwidth so overlapping the frequency bands already assigned to other systems. The high likelihood of a wide spreading of UWB devices linked to other properties such as low power ...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2108/977
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