GESJ: Computer Science and Telecommunications, ISSN 1512-1232>2012>34>2>3-6
communication - Ultra-Wideband (UWB) radio. Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology is loosely defined as any wireless transmission scheme that occupies a bandwidth of more than 25% of a center frequency, or more than 1.5GHz. Ultra wideband (UWB) technology, useful for both communication and sensing applications, uses the radio spectrum differently than the vast majority of radio communication technologies. UWB signaling has many attributes that make it attractive for a wide range of applications; from ultra-low-power RFID tags and wireless sensors to streaming wireless multimedia and wireless USB at greater than 1Gb /s. This chapter introduces MATLAB simulations of such system have been performed and the performance of such system due to different pulse shaping scheme is compared. Different spectra are produced and their properties are measured. Further study explores possible ways in suppressing the spectrum and means to quantify the spectrum.
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