UWB


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UWBUltra-Wideband (Time Domain Corporation; wireless technology)
UWBUniversity of Washington, Bothell
UWBUltra-Wide Bandwidth
UWBUniversity of Wales, Bangor
UWBUltra Wide Band
UWBUniversity of West Bohemia (Pilsen)
UWBUnited Way of Brevard (Florida)
UWBUniversal Workflow Solution - Back-Office
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UWB helps to prevent car theft that attempts to eavesdrop on car key communication.
Real-time location tracking technology like UWB and BLE beacons aren't likely to replace more traditional technologies like bar codes.
Unfortunately, as studies on guanxi practices, guanxi prevalence, and employees' UWB are still rare, we could infer the possible relationships between them only through related literature.
In the literature, different shapes of UWB antennas with reconfiguration of single filtered bands have been reported in [7]-[10].
Based on the previous reasons, it is necessary to design UWB MIMO antennas with high isolation between their elements.
In this paper, a compact UWB antenna with triple notched bands is proposed.
In this case, the impulse response of end-to-end tropical outdoor channel will distort the pulse sent by UWB systems.
The size of the antenna is chosen to be 19x11mm2 which is smaller than the existing UWB antennas [2-22].
This survey starts with a technical background of both UWB and WSN systems, their design issues and key requirements and their mutual constraints.
There are two definitions of UWB system: the bandwidth of signal spectrum exceeds 25% of the center frequency or the -10 dB bandwidth of signal is over 500 MHz [1].