A Comprehensive Investigation of UWB Sensor Networks for Industrial Applications
AuthorsFrank Althaus, Franscois Chin, Jürgen Kunisch, Jörg Pamp, Bozidar Radunovic, Ulrich G. Schuster, Florian Trösch, Hong Linh Truong, Martin Weisenhorn, and Rudolf Zetik
Reference15th IST Mobile & Wireless Communications Summit 2006, Mykonos, Greece, June 2006.
AbstractWe present an overview of physical and mediumaccess- control (MAC) layer research for communication and localization in ultra-wideband (UWB) sensor networks for industrial applications, and provide a summary of our results obtained under the umbrella of the EU Integrated Project PULSERS. The focus of our work is on fundamental questions about UWB channel modeling, UWB channel capacity, efficient signaling, low-complexity MAC design, and localization and imaging.
Keywordsultrawideband communications (UWB), sensor natworks, positioning, ranging, channnel measurements, capacity, noncoherent, MIMO, medium-access control (MAC)
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