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Copper Pipelines for High Capacity Communication between Multiple WPAN, to Establish a User Environment Area Network at Home

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1 Author(s)
Gonzalez, A.S. ; Mexican Autonomous Inst. of Technol., Mexico City

This paper describes the work in progress towards understanding the feasibility to use a copper pipeline as the backbone to interconnect the wireless personal area networks (WPAN) that exist in the different rooms of a house, in order to establish a user environment area network (UEAN). The UEAN can interconnect all the electronic devices of a user, within its personal environment, without interfering (or being interfered) by neighboring UEANs, allowing the exchange of information with multiple high bit-rate channels. With the establishment of a UEAN, all the electronic devices and gadgets at home can exchange voice, data, and video, in real time. The copper pipeline represents an excellent way to interconnect the multiple WPAN that are established within different rooms (Bluetooth and WUSB technologies), because of its high bandwidth and strong shielding to external electromagnetic noise

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Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics Conference, 2006  (Volume:1 )

Date of Conference:

Sept. 2006

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