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UWB in Medicine – High Performance UWB Systems for Biomedical Diagnostics and Short Range Communications

By Dayang Lin, Michael Mirbach, Thanawat Thiasiriphet, Jürgen Lindner, Wolfgang Menzel, Hermann Schumacher, Mario Leib and Bernd Schleicher

Submitted: September 28th 2011Reviewed: November 15th 2012Published: March 13th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55078

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Dayang Lin, Michael Mirbach, Thanawat Thiasiriphet, Jürgen Lindner, Wolfgang Menzel, Hermann Schumacher, Mario Leib and Bernd Schleicher (March 13th 2013). UWB in Medicine – High Performance UWB Systems for Biomedical Diagnostics and Short Range Communications, Ultra-Wideband Radio Technologies for Communications, Localization and Sensor Applications, Reiner Thomä, Reinhard H. Knöchel, Jürgen Sachs, Ingolf Willms and Thomas Zwick, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55078. Available from:

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