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Transposition of a base band ultra wide band width impulse radio signal at 60 GHz for high data rates multiple access indoor communication systems

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The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the high potentiality in terms of data rate and multiple access of a novel 60 GHz WLAN architecture for smart objects and indoor Communication systems. This approach is based on the up-conversion of an Ultra Wide Bandwidth Impulse Radio signal (IR-UWB) in the 60 GHz frequency range to benefit of the natural advantages of the UWB technique while avoiding the base band limitations (FCC part 15).

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Wireless Technology, 2004. 7th European Conference on

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11-12 Oct. 2004