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Mosby Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-16-11 04:26 PM
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3. UWB would use all of the cell phone bandwidth
There are problems of course:

Ultra-wideband (UWB) <1>, <2>, <3>, <4> represents a new
paradigm in wireless communication. The unprecedented radio
bandwidth provides advantages such as immunity from flat
fading. Two primary challenges exist: (1) how to collect
energy over the rich multipath components; (2) extremely
high sampling rate analog to digital conversion (A/D). Time
reversal <5> provides a promising solution to the first problem
<6>. In particular, the concept of time reversal has recently
demonstrated in a real-time hardware test-bed <7>, <8>. At the
heart of time reversal, the channel itself is exploited as a part
of the transceiver. This idea makes sense since when few
movements exist, the channel is time-invariant and reciprocal
<9>. In principle, most of the processing at the receiver can
be moved to the transmitterwhere energy consumption and
computation are sufficient for many advanced algorithms.

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  -Jobs wanted own network with unlicensed spectrum Mosby  Nov-16-11 04:00 PM   #0 
  - How interesting! Thanks!! nt  gateley   Nov-16-11 04:04 PM   #1 
  - 2.4 GHz is not ultra-wide-band.  TheWraith   Nov-16-11 04:09 PM   #2 
  - UWB would use all of the cell phone bandwidth  Mosby   Nov-16-11 04:26 PM   #3 
     - No. We're talking about two different things.  TheWraith   Nov-16-11 04:40 PM   #5 
  - He may have been thinking about organic networks too.  Xithras   Nov-16-11 04:39 PM   #4 
     - Yes, that sounds more likely to me..  Fumesucker   Nov-16-11 04:45 PM   #6 
     - It sounds to me more like they were thinking about something akin to a Metropolitan Area Network.  TheWraith   Nov-16-11 04:53 PM   #7 
     - The 700MHz band might be the solution to that  Canuckistanian   Nov-16-11 04:56 PM   #8 
        - That's why a lot of tech companies are pushing unlicensed or "white space" in the 150-700 band.  TheWraith   Nov-16-11 05:08 PM   #9 
 

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