UWB Modulation Schemes

Chapter

Abstract

To be considered ultra wideband (UWB) per FCC definition, a signal must satisfy one of the two frequency domain requirements as stated in Chap. 1. One family of signals that satisfy the UWB requirements are impulse radios. There are, however, a number of others. Impulse radios were treated in Chaps. 3 and 4. In this chapter, we introduce other UWB modulation types such as frequency hopping (also known as multiband) and direct sequence approaches.

Keywords

Europe Coherence Autocorrelation Prefix Padding 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Samsung R&DSan JoseUSA

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