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Improving quality of service in wireless communication links is of vital importance in biomedical applications. Limitations of current technology are evident with a limited number of channels and prone to fading. In this paper, we are exploring impulse radio as a feasible technology for health monitoring and even as novel detached sensors. By exploring advanced deep submicron technology and novel architectures, improved quality of service may be granted. Additional interesting biomedical functionality of the impulse radio is detached body sensors (short-range medical radar).