ULTRA WIDEBAND TECHNIQUE
FOR SHORT WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
F. Elbahhar1*, A. Rivenq-Menhaj1, M. Heddebaut2 , J. M. Rouvaen1, J. P. Ghys2
1IEMN-DOAE, University of Valenciennes , le Mont-Houy, 59313 Valenciennes, France
2INRETS-LEOST , 20 rue Elisée-Reclus, 59650 ,Villeneuve-d’Ascq, France
* Corresponding author. E-mail : Fouzia.Elbahhar@univ-valenciennes.fr
Received : 18 July 2003 ; revised version accepted : 22 October 2003
The ultra wide band technology may potentially cover a large spectrum of digital communication applications. It will be used by the medical, automotive, radar and consumer communication industries, due to its potential capabilities and unprecedented effectivenessregarding multipath problems.
In present paper, we study a short communication system associating coded monocycle pulse to the UWB technique. In order to evaluate the performance of this system, the bit error rate (BER) values are calculated using computer simulations. To validate the theoretical values, some experiments have been implemented using a laboratory mock-up.
Keywords: Ultra-wide band; Monocycle pulse; Short wireless communication.