Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Ultra Wideband Communications

Novel Trends - Antennas and Propagation

Edited by Mohammad Abdul Matin

North South University, Bangladesh

This book explores both the state-of-the-art and the latest achievements in UWB antennas and propagation. It has taken a theoretical and experimental approach to some extent, which is more useful to the reader. The book highlights the unique design issues which put the reader in good pace to be able to understand more advanced research.

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Ultra Wideband CommunicationsNovel Trends - Antennas and PropagationEdited by Mohammad Abdul Matin

Published: August 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/941

ISBN: 978-953-307-452-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5563-8

Copyright year: 2011

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68779 Total Chapter Downloads

23 Crossref Citations

33 Web of Science Citations

47 Dimensions Citations

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1. Ultra-Wideband Waveform Generation Using Nonlinear Propagation in Optical Fibers

By Avi Zadok, Daniel Grodensky, Daniel Kravitz, Yair Peled, Moshe Tur, Xiaoxia Wu and Alan E. Willner

2788

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2. Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Communications Channel – Theory and Measurements

By Javad Ahmadi-Shokouh and Robert Caiming Qiu

2271

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3. Propagation Models for the Characterization of the Indoor UWB Channel

By Francisco Saez de Adana

2314

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4. Frequency UWB Channel

By Gonzalo Llano, Juan C. Cuellar and Andres Navarro

2284

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5. Effects of Bandwidth on Estimation of UWB Channel Parameters

By Duje Čoko, Zoran Blažević and Ivan Marinovic

3012

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6. Ultra Wideband (UWB) Pulse Reflection from a Dispersive Medium Half Space

By Qingsheng Zeng and Gilles Y. Delisle

2237

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7. Planar Monopole UWB Antennas with Cuts at the Edges and Parasitic Loops

By Karlo Costa and Victor Dmitriev

1919

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8. Characteristics of an Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Butterfly-Shaped Monopole Antenna

By Qiubo Ye, Zhi Ning Chen and Terence S. P. See

3047

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9. Performance Study on Modern Ultra Wideband Monopole Antennas

By Abdelhalim Mohamed and Lotfollah Shafai

2637

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10. Ultra-Wideband Printed Antennas Design

By Mohamed Nabil Srifi

5111

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11. Printed Sleeve Monopole Antenna

By Salman Naeem Khan and Muhammad Ashfaq Ahmed

4830

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12. Design and Implementation of UWB CPW-Fed Planar Monopole Antenna with Dual Band Rejection Characteristics

By Woo Chan Kim and Woon Geun Yang

3215

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13. Design of a CPW-Fed Dual Band-Notched Planar Wideband Antenna for UWB Applications

By Fei Yu and Chunhua Wang

3604

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14. Coplanar-Microstrip Transitions for Ultra-Wideband Communications

By Mohammed El-Gibari, Dominique Averty, Cyril Lupi, Yann Mahé Hongwu Li and Serge Toutain

10114

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15. Ultra Wideband Antennas for High Pulsed Power Applications

By Baptiste Cadilhon, Bruno Cassany, Patrick Modin, Jean-Christophe Diot, Valérie Bertrand and Laurent Pécastaing

6390

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16. UWB Multifunction Antennas

By Paolo Baldonero, Roberto Flamini, Antonio Manna and Fabrizio Trotta

6249

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17. Reconfigurable Antennas of Wide Tuning Ranges and Controllable Selectivity Using Matching Networks

By Chin-Lung Yang and Chieh-Sen Li

3759

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18. A Novel Directive, Dispersion-Free UWB Radiator with Superb EM-Characteristics for Multiband/Multifunction Radar Applications

By D. Tran, N. Haider, P. Aubry, A. Szilagyi, I.E. Lager, A. Yarovoy and L.P. Ligthart

3001

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