WiMedia UWB: Know-how of Selection for Wi-fi USB and Bluetooth by Ghobad Heidari
English | Oct. 20, 2008 | ISBN: 0470518340 | 308 Pages | PDF | 5.three MB
UWB (ultra-wideband) has been investigated for a lot of many years however solely just lately has it turn out to be commercially viable. With the arrival of WiMedia UWB know-how and its related commonplace specs, the stage is about for the subsequent era of WPAN purposes to take root.
WiMedia UWB focuses on the ECMA-368 commonplace. Each PHY layer and MAC sublayers specified on this commonplace are defined in nice element. The e-book provides not solely the details concerning the necessities of the usual, but in addition the motivation and logic behind them. To offer a complete perspective of the UWB know-how to the reader, different interrelated subjects are additionally examined on this ebook. These embrace the historical past of UWB and its current standardization makes an attempt; UWB purposes and benefits; UWB spectrum allocation and laws around the globe; UWB platform shoppers: Licensed Wi-fi USB (CW-USB), Bluetooth, and WLP (WiMedia Hyperlink layer Protocol, which allows Web Protocol over UWB); in addition to some necessary implementation points and issues. As the primary software of WiMedia UWB, CW-USB is given a particular and extra complete remedy.
This guide is right for any engineer or engineering managers who’re anticipating to both develop an answer based mostly on UWB or to combine it with different units. It is going to even be of curiosity to researchers who require an summary or an interpretation of the know-how.
One of many first books to explain the WiMedia requirements (PHY and MAC) intimately
A complete strategy to de-obfuscating the whole WiMedia UWB know-how, from the PHY by means of the MAC, the MAC shoppers, the purposes, and the laws
Features a description of the CW-USB commonplace and its relation to WiMedia MAC
Supplies an up-to-date view of the UWB spectrum allocations and related laws around the globe
Derived from hands-on experiences in WiMedia UWB requirements and system improvement efforts.