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Ultra Wideband Communications: Novel Trends - System, Architecture and Implementation

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Ultra Wideband Communications: Novel Trends - System, Architecture and Implementation
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533074610
Number of pages: 348

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This book has addressed few challenges to ensure the success of UWB technologies and covers several research areas including UWB low cost transceiver, low noise amplifier (LNA), ADC architectures, UWB filter, and high power UWB amplifiers.

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