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Other TitlesUltra-wideband: antennas and propagation for communications, radar and imaging
AbstractThe Shannon capacity of a wireless channel varies logarithmically with SNR and linearly with bandwidth. The latter is especially of interest for UWB systems, which yield very high information rates as a direct consequence. As both the signal bandwidth and the transmit power, and consequently SNR, of UWB systems are controlled by regulations, increasing the capacity beyond a certain limit is not possible in the conventional manner.
CitationMalik, W. Q., Liu, J., Allen, B. and Edwards, D. J. (2006) 'Ultra-Wideband Spatial Channel Characteristics', in 'Ultra-Wideband: Antennas and Propagation for Communications, Radar and Imaging' (eds B. Allen, M. Dohler, E. E. Okon, W. Q. Malik, A. K. Brown and D. J. Edwards), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. doi: 10.1002/0470056843.ch17