Ultra Wideband Signals and Systems in Communication Engineering

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Wiley, 23‏/07‏/2004 - 276 من الصفحات
Ultra Wideband (UWB) is the hot new topic in wireless communication engineering today. High-speed communication over short distances using sub-nanosecond pulses, rather than conventional sinusoidal waves, has paved the way for cheap wireless transceivers, capturing the imagination of both academics and engineers in industry alike. Ultra Wideband Signals and Systems in Communication Engineering focuses on the basic signal processing that underlies current and future ultra wideband systems ensuring this text will be essential reading even as UWB applications mature and change or regulations regarding ultra wideband systems are modified.
  • Provides everything you need to know about Ultra Wideband Communications in one compact volume
  • Explains, in an easy to understand manner, the basics of UWB and its applications
  • Covers, in detail, the generation of UWB waveforms through to the position and location of UWB signals
  • Discusses the issues that must be solved for UWB devices to explode onto the consumer communication market
  • Includes examples and problems in each chapter to aid understanding
  • Features a companion website including Solutions manual, Matlab programs, Electronic versions of the figures and a sample chapter

This enlightening text is a must for senior undergraduates and postgraduate students interested in studying UWB, and the emphasis on UWB development for commercial consumer communications products means that any communication engineer or manager cannot afford to be without it!

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Mohammad Ghavami is Reader at the Centre for Telecommunications Research, King's College London. From 1998 to 2000 he was a JSPS Postdoctoral fellow in Yokohama National University, Japan, and from 2000 to 2002 he was a researcher at the Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. in Tokyo, Japan.

Lachlan Michael is based at Hattori Information Processing Laboratory, Sony, Inc. and was previously Associate Researcher at Sony Corporation, Tokyo.

Ryuji Kohno is Visiting Researcher at the Fundamental Research Lab, Sony CSL and a Professor at the Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan. He was previouslyDirector of the Advanced Telecommunication Laboratory, Sony Coroporation, Tokyo.

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