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Ultra-wideband (aka UWB, ultra-wide band, ultraband, etc.) is a radio technology that can be used at very low energy levels for short-range high-bandwidth communications by using a large portion of the radio spectrum. This method is using pulse coded information with sharp carrier pulses at a bunch of center frequencies in logical connex. UWB has traditional applications in non cooperative radar imaging. Most recent applications target sensor data collection, precision locating and tracking applications.|
UWB communications transmit in a way that doesn't interfere largely with other more traditional 'narrow band' and continuous carrier wave uses in the same frequency band. However first studies show that the rise of noise level by a number of UWB transmitters puts a burden on existing communications services. This may be hard to bear for traditional systems designs and may affect the stability of such existing systems. - Wikipedia
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|A Comparison between Ultra-Wideband and Narrowband Transceivers|
Abstract by David Barras1, Frank Ellinger and Heinz Jäckel, Laboratory for Electronics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).
An Introduction to Ultra Wideband (UWB) Wireless
From DeviceForge, Ziff Davis, by Rafael Kolic.
A Technology to Consider: Ultrawideband
From Wi-Fi Planet, by Jim Geier.
Characterization of UWB Propagation from 2 to 8 GHz in a Residential Environment
Abstract by Leslie Rusch, Cliff Prettie, David Cheung, Qinghua Li, and Minnie Ho, Intel Corporation, Intel Research Labs.
Direct-Sequence UWB Signal Generation and Measurement
Article in RF Design Magazine, By Peter Cain.
Infineon to Enter Ultra-Wideband Market with Industry’s First Dual-Band RF-CMOS Transceiver Core - Paving the Way for the Converged Entertainment Cell Phone
Article from Semiconductor Applications.
Making USB Without Wires Work for Consumers
Article from Wireless Net DesignLine, by Calvin Harrison, Freescale Semiconductor.
Measurements to Determine Potential Interference to GPS Receivers from Ultrawideband Transmission Systems
Abstract describing laboratory measurements of Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver vulnerability to ultrawideband (UWB) interference.
Multiple Access Performance in UWB Systems using Time Hopping vs. Direct Sequence Spreading
Abstract by V. Srinivasa Somayazulu Intel Labs.
Multiuser Receivers for DS-CDMA UWB
Abstract by Qinghua Li, Leslie A. Rusch Intel Corporation, Intel Labs.
Revision of Part 15 of the Commission’s Rules Regarding Ultra-Wideband Transmission Systems
From the Federal Communications Commission.
Spatial Correlation of UWB Signals in a Home Environment
Abstract by Cliff Prettie, David Cheung, Leslie Rusch, and Minnie Ho, Intel Corporation, Intel Labs.
The Effects of Multipath Interference on the Performance of UWB Systems in an Indoor Wireless Channel
Abstract by Jeffrey R. Foerster, Intel Architecture Labs.
The Temporal and Spectral Characteristics of Ultrawideband Signals
Report by William A. Kissick, U.S. Department of Commerce.