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Ultra-Wideband Radio Technologies for Communications, Localization and Sensor Applications

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Ultra-Wideband Radio Technologies for Communications, Localization and Sensor Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535109365
Number of pages: 488

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The book considers the basics and algorithms as well as hardware and application issues in the field of UWB radio technology for communications, localization and sensing based on the outcome of DFG's priority-funding program 'Ultra-Wideband Radio Technologies for Communications, Localization and Sensor Applications (UKoLoS)'.

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