Essentials of UWB by Stephen WoodEssentials of UWB by Stephen Wood

Essentials of UWB

byStephen Wood, Roberto Aiello

Hardcover | July 14, 2008

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If you are involved in designing, building, selling or regulating UWB devices, this concise and practical guide to UWB technology, standards, regulation, and intellectual property issues will quickly bring you up-to-speed. Packed with practical insights, implementation guidelines, and application examples, Essentials of UWB is a must-have resource for wireless professionals working in the field. Written by key figures in the development of UWB, the book describes UWB technology, and evaluates its suitability for applications in communications, radar, and imaging. UWB radios, protocols and implementation are covered, and a thorough account of UWB industry organization completes the picture. This is an invaluable guide for engineers involved in UWB device design, as well as for product marketing managers, sales support engineers and technical managers. It will also appeal to engineers with a deeper technical understanding of UWB who want to gain knowledge of the broader environment and future evolutionary expectations.
Stephen Wood is a Technology Strategist at Intel Corporation. He was one of the original founders of the OFDM Alliance and has been President of WiMedia for the last three years.
Title:Essentials of UWBFormat:HardcoverDimensions:214 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.75 inPublished:July 14, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521877830

ISBN - 13:9780521877831


Table of Contents

1. Introducing ultra wideband; 2. Matching UWB to HDR applications; 3. The physical (PHY) layer; 4. The media access control (MAC) layer; 5. Implementation considerations; 6. Upper layer protocols; 7. UWB standardization; 8. Special interest groups; 9. UWB business issues; 10. Regulating UWB; 11. Tragedy of the commons.