Towards sparse characterisation of on-body ultra-wideband wireless channels
Subjectsmedical signal processing
body area networks
ultra wideband communication
G420 Networks and Communications
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AbstractWith the aim of reducing cost and power consumption of the receiving terminal, compressive sensing (CS) framework is applied to on-body ultra-wideband (UWB) channel estimation. It is demonstrated in this Letter that the sparse on-body UWB channel impulse response recovered by the CS framework fits the original sparse channel well; thus, on-body channel estimation can be achieved using low-speed sampling devices.
CitationYang X, Ren A, Zhang Z, Ur Rehman M, Abbasi QH, Alomainy A (2015) 'Towards sparse characterisation of on-body ultra-wideband wireless channels', Healthcare technology letters, 2 (3), pp.74-7.
JournalHealthcare technology letters
PubMed Central IDPMC4612537
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