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Impact of Ultra Wide Band Emission on Next Generation Weather RADAR and the Downlink of UMTS2600

By Bazil Taha Ahmed and Miguel Calvo Ramon

Submitted: October 15th 2010Reviewed: March 22nd 2011Published: August 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16805

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Bazil Taha Ahmed and Miguel Calvo Ramon (August 1st 2011). Impact of Ultra Wide Band Emission on Next Generation Weather RADAR and the Downlink of UMTS2600, Novel Applications of the UWB Technologies Boris Lembrikov, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16805. Available from:

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