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IDAuthors and TitlePages
19.Cnf-4 Ms. Uzma Siddique and Prof. Habibullah Jamal, Microwave Attenuation and Prediction of Rain Outage for GSM Transmission Networks in Pakistan’s Tropical Region1-5
19.Cnf-49 Mr. Khair A. Shamaileh, Mr. Abdullah Qaroot and Prof. Nihad Dib, Design of A Miniaturized 10:1 Unequal Split Wilkinson Power Divider Using Non-Uniform Transmission Lines6-11
19.Cnf-54 Dr. Mutamed Khatib, Simulation Model of the Block Linear Precoder12-17
19.Cnf-55 Dr. Yousef Dama, Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, Mr. Fernando Salazar-Quiñonez, Dr. Dawei Zhou, Dr. Stephen Jones and Prof. Peter Excell, Experimental Throughput Analysis for MIMO 802.11n Systems over LOS and NLOS Indoor Scenarios18-21
19.Cnf-57 Dr. Issa Elfergani, Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, Dr. Chan Hwang See, Mrs. Zuhairiah Zainal Abidin, Mr. Hmeda Hraga and Prof. Peter Excell, Compact Tunable Microstrip F-Slot Antenna for Mobile Handset Applications22-25
19.Cnf-58 Dr. Hojat Hamidi, Mr. A. Vafaei and Mr. A. H. Monadjemi, A Framework for Transformational Technique in the High Performance Computing Systems26-33
19.Cnf-59 Prof. Omar Ramadan, A Unified Unconditionally Stable Split-Step FDTD Algorithm for Modeling General Dispersive Electromagnetic Applications34-37
19.Cnf-61 Mr. Melad Olaimat and Prof. Nihad Dib, A Study of 15-75-90 Angles Triangular Patch Antenna38-41
19.Cnf-62 Mr. A. Vafaei and Dr. Hojat Hamidi, Modeling of Security and Fault Tolerance in Mobile Codes42-46
19.Cnf-63 Mr. Mohammed Saeed Jawad and Dr. Widad Ismail, Impulse Based UWB Technology as Next Generation Cognitive Radio in Wireless Short Ranges Networks47-51
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Title Impulse Based UWB Technology as Next Generation Cognitive Radio in Wireless Short Ranges Networks
Authors Mr. Mohammed Saeed Jawad, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
Dr. Widad Ismail, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
Abstract IR-UWB technology has recently gain considerable interest in research institutes as well as in industries. It opens new horizon for new wireless applications, since it’s different than other wireless technologies, which they all consider by convention as narrowband comparing to it. IR-UWB transmitting very short pulses with ultra-wide bandwidth with very low duty cycles, this will give some advantages over conventional RF enabling IR-UWB to be the technology for RTLS, RFID, digital smart homes and other new promising wireless applications. In literature many wireless indoor applications can be classified as low to medium or high data rates, with also varying ranges from very short to medium ranges, briefly we can say that there is trade-off between three variables to judge any wireless link performance: Data rate, distance and Bite-error rate, and any applications of a given radio system can trade two of these variables at the cost of third. Fortunately that the IR-UWB definition is flexible and its parameters can be tuned according to Quality of service criteria threshold (BER) or to transmit in different data rates. That’s will make IR-UWB considered as good candidate as cognitive radio. In this research paper, will investigate the flexibility of IR-UWB parameters and how its signal parameters can be dynamically changed according to specific BER threshold to support adaptive IR-UWB scheme for cognitive wireless network applications. Simulated results and real-time point to point IR-UWB radio experiments will be conducted as proof of concept, showing that cognitive IR-UWB system is feasible and is promising technology to combine many wireless communications application in one novel platform.
Track OFC: Optical Fiber Communications
Conference 4th International Conference on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (MIC-CPE 2011), 4-6 February 2011, Amman, Jordan
Pages 47-51
Topics Communication System Performance Analysis
Network Modeling and Simulation
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 39 Paper Views Rank 16/452
Paper Downloads 29 Paper Downloads Rank 19/452
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