Compared to traditional carrier-based, Ultra-Wide Band (UWB), or carrier-less, systems implement new paradigms in terms of signal generation and reception. Thus, designing an UWB communication system requires the understanding of how excess bandwidth and very low transmitted powers can be used jointly to provide a reliable radio link. This lecture is to provide the understanding the followings :
The course assumes students have previous C/C++/MATLAB programming experience and have basic knowledge of digital signal processing and digital communication.
Introduction to ultra wideband for wireless communications, Springer
Reference books and websites
1.All lecture materials can be downloaded on the web site : http://ubicom.chosun.ac.kr
2.There are two lectures introducing both UWB basics and UWB application.
3.After two lectures, each student will be assigned to study and present one of chapters in the textbook.
Week 1 - Introduction of UWB [Lecturer]
- [Chapter 1] Introduction
- [Chapter 2] UWB for Wireless Communication
Week 2 - UWB basics and application [Lecturer]
Week 3 - [Chapter 3] UWB Antennas [Student]
Week 4 - [Chapter 4] Ultra Wide Band Wireless Channels [Student]
Week 5 - [Chapter 5] UWB Interference [Student]
Week 6 - [Chapter 6] UWB Signal Processing [Student]
Week 7 - [Chapter 7] UWB Technologies[Student]
Week 8 - [Chapter 8] UWB Wireless Locationing [Student]
Week 9 - [Chapter 9] UWB application [Student]
Week 10 - UWB paper research and presentation
Week 11 - UWB paper research and presentation
Week 12 - UWB paper research and presentation
Week 13 - Matlab simulation
Week 14 - Matlab simulation
Week 15 - Final exam