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28 April 2004 Ultrawideband: principles, practices, and potential
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Proceedings Volume 5284, Wireless Communications and Networks; (2004) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.520632
Event: Asia-Pacific Optical and Wireless Communications, 2003, Wuhan, China
Abstract
The prime radio spectrum is a non-depleting but finite natural resource that is highly congested in a small set of bands -- such as the unlicensed and “PCS” bands -- but unbelievably underutilized over most of the other allocated frequencies. Enter Ultra-Wideband. Ultra-wideband may be the most over-hyped technology to surface within the past few years, but with 7.5 GHz of available and unlicensed spectrum and a little imagination, it poses a tremendous opportunity to drive a whole new generation of wireless devices. This paper, which is primarily informational in nature, highlights some of the fundamental issues surrounding the use of Ultra-wideband for wireless communications and also discusses its forecasted role in the evolution of future wireless systems.
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Marilynn P. Green and Peter Wang "Ultrawideband: principles, practices, and potential", Proc. SPIE 5284, Wireless Communications and Networks, (28 April 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.520632
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