UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks

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UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. / Zhang, Jinyun; Orlik, Philip V.; Sahinoglu, Zafer; Molisch, Andreas; Kinney, Patrick.

I: Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 97, Nr. 2, 2009, s. 313-331.

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Zhang, J, Orlik, PV, Sahinoglu, Z, Molisch, A & Kinney, P 2009, 'UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks', Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 97, nr. 2, s. 313-331. https://doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

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Zhang, J., Orlik, P. V., Sahinoglu, Z., Molisch, A., & Kinney, P. (2009). UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the IEEE, 97(2), 313-331. https://doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

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Zhang J, Orlik PV, Sahinoglu Z, Molisch A, Kinney P. 2009. UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the IEEE. 97(2):313-331. https://doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

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Zhang J, Orlik PV, Sahinoglu Z, Molisch A, Kinney P. UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the IEEE. 2009;97(2):313-331. https://doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

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Zhang, Jinyun ; Orlik, Philip V. ; Sahinoglu, Zafer ; Molisch, Andreas ; Kinney, Patrick. / UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks. I: Proceedings of the IEEE. 2009 ; Vol. 97, Nr. 2. s. 313-331.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - UWB Systems for Wireless Sensor Networks

AU - Zhang, Jinyun

AU - Orlik, Philip V.

AU - Sahinoglu, Zafer

AU - Molisch, Andreas

AU - Kinney, Patrick

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - Wireless sensor networks are emerging as an important area for communications. They enable a wealth of new applications including surveillance, building control, factory automation, and in-vehicle sensing. The sensor nodes have to operate under severe constraints on energy consumption and form factor, and provide the ability for precise self-location of the nodes. These requirements can be fulfilled very well by various forms of ultra-wide-band (UWB) transmission technology. We discuss various techniques and tradeoffs in UWB systems and indicate that time-hopping and frequency-hopping impulse radio physical layers combined with simple multiple-access techniques like ALOHA are suitable designs. We also describe the IEEE 802.15.4a standard, an important system that adopts UWB impulse radio to ensure robust data communications and precision ranging. in order to accommodate heterogeneous networks, it uses specific modulation, coding, and ranging waveforms that can be detected well by both coherent and noncoherent receivers.

AB - Wireless sensor networks are emerging as an important area for communications. They enable a wealth of new applications including surveillance, building control, factory automation, and in-vehicle sensing. The sensor nodes have to operate under severe constraints on energy consumption and form factor, and provide the ability for precise self-location of the nodes. These requirements can be fulfilled very well by various forms of ultra-wide-band (UWB) transmission technology. We discuss various techniques and tradeoffs in UWB systems and indicate that time-hopping and frequency-hopping impulse radio physical layers combined with simple multiple-access techniques like ALOHA are suitable designs. We also describe the IEEE 802.15.4a standard, an important system that adopts UWB impulse radio to ensure robust data communications and precision ranging. in order to accommodate heterogeneous networks, it uses specific modulation, coding, and ranging waveforms that can be detected well by both coherent and noncoherent receivers.

KW - ultra-wide-band (UWB)

KW - time-hopping impulse radio (TH-IR)

KW - (PPM)

KW - pulse position modulation

KW - precision ranging (PR)

KW - physical layer (PHY)

KW - non-line-of-sight (NLOS)

KW - multipath component (MPC)

KW - modulation

KW - low rate (LR)

KW - Coding and multiple access (MCM)

KW - line-of-sight (LOS)

KW - wireless personal-area network (WPAN)

KW - wireless sensor networks (WSNs)

U2 - 10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

DO - 10.1109/JPROC.2008.2008786

M3 - Article

VL - 97

SP - 313

EP - 331

JO - Proceedings of the IEEE

JF - Proceedings of the IEEE

SN - 0018-9219

IS - 2

ER -