Fluid coding and coexistence in ultra wide band networks

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Abstract

Time Hopping Ultra Wide Band (TH–UWB) commonly encodes the data symbols by shifting the position of the transmitted pulses by a quantity that is quantized over the inter-pulse interval range. In this paper, we relax the hypothesis of a discrete value for the time shift introduced by the TH code, by considering the possibility of generating real-valued codes that introduce time hopping in a “fluid” way. The effect on the power spectral density of generated signals is analyzed, and application of fluid coding to multiple access and to network coexistence is investigated by simulation.

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