UWB Radio Propagation Measurements in a Desktop Environment

Published online: Jun 22, 2010 Full Text: PDF (648 KiB) DOI: 10.24138/jcomss.v6i2.192
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Duje Čoko, Dinko Begušić, Zoran Blažević


The ultra-wideband wireless personal area networks are expected to be most commonly employed in desktop environments. This paper presents a measurement campaign conducted on a typical office desk. A pair of omnidirectional UWB antennas and a vector network analyzer were used to measure the impulse responses over a frequency rang spanning from 6 GHz to 8.5 GHz, in accordance with the UWB regulations in Europe. The coherence bandwidth and the rms delay spread are calculated from the measurement results. A significant correlation between these wideband parameters is found, but only at higher correlation thresholds.


ultra-wideband, desktop propagation, delay-spread, coherence bandwidth
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