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Mohammad Alkhodary 200806080 Ali Assaihati 200350130 Supervised by: Dr. Samir Alghadhban EE 578 Simulation Communication Systems Case Study (101) Final.

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1 Mohammad Alkhodary Ali Assaihati Supervised by: Dr. Samir Alghadhban EE 578 Simulation Communication Systems Case Study (101) Final Phase KFUPM Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 1/39

2 Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC Emission Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram General UWB Transmitter and Receiver Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 2/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

3 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 3/39 Frequency Modulation 2.4 GHz Narrowband Communication Time-domain behavior Frequency-domain behavior Impulse Modulation 310GHz frequency Ultra wideband Communication time (FCC Min=1500Mhz) Extremely short pulses, no frequency carrier Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

4 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 4/39 UWB-generic term describing radio systems having very large bandwidth Any signal  fractional bandwidth B f, > 20% of its center frequency f H is upper 10dB and f L is the lower 10dB cutoff frequencies of the signal spectrum  RF bandwidth > 0.5 GHz Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

5 Compared to narrowband RF and spread spectrum, UWB uses extremely wide bandwidth, if the emission power is not well controlled, UWB devices might cause interference with other existing systems. Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 5/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

6 High data rate capability for communications Multipath immunity Low power consumption Penetration characteristics Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 6/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

7 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 7/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

8 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 8/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

9 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 9/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

10 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 10/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

11 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 11/39 Gaussian derivative provide excellent radiation properties As the order of the derivative increases, the energy is moving to higher frequencies Higher order Gaussian derivative do not need frequency shift to fit the FCC mask, but not in a power efficient manner Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

12 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 12/39 Time based techniques Pulse Position Shape-based Techniques Bi-PhaseOn-Off KeyingPulse Amplitude General Pulse Shape e.g. OPM Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

13 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 13/39 Pulse position modulation (PPM) where each pulse is delayed or sent in advance of a regular time scale. Bi-phase modulation create a pulse with opposite phase. Orthogonal Pulse Modulation, which requires special pulse shapes to be generated that are orthogonal to each other. Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

14 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 14/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

15 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 15/39 Binary Stream Modulation Pulse generator Fading Channel DetectorDemodulatorRemapping Binary Stream Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

16 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 16/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

17 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 17/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

18 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 18/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

19 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 19/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

20 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 20/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

21 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 21/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation Result References

22 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 22/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

23 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 23/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

24 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 24/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

25 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 25/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

26 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 26/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

27 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 27/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

28 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 28/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

29 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 29/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References Channel Estimation

30 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 30/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

31 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 31/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

32 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 32/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

33 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 33/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

34 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 34/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

35 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 35/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

36 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 36/39 Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

37 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 37/39 The most significant issue of UWB is sensitivity and complexity of receiver We can use Compressive sensing in order to reduce the number of ADC in the receiver. “UWB CS channel Estimation by Jose L. Paredes” In case of presence of Narrowband interference, a proposed technique called Selective RAKE-minimum mean square error by: Susmita Das and Bikramaditya Das, In order to reduce the simulation time, a semi-analytich technique is proposed by : Usman Riaz, “Performance Analysis of Ultra-Wide Band Impulse Radio”; Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

38 Ultra WidebandUltra WidebandSystem SimulationSystem Simulation 38/39 Andreas F. Molisch, Kannan Balakrishnan, Chia-Chin Chong, “IEEE a channel model - final report. Alexander M. Haimovich, Jason A. Dabin, “THE EFFECTS OF ANTENNA DIRECTIVITY ON PATH LOSS AND MULTIPATH PROPAGATION IN UWB INDOOR WIRELESS CHANNELS” IEEE signal process journal Jose L. Paredes, Gonzalo R. Arce, “Ultra-Wideband Channel Estimation”, IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN SIGNAL PROCESSING, VOL. 1, NO. 3, OCTOBER 2007 DAS, BIKRAMADITYA,” Narrowband Interference reduction technique in Impulse Radio (IR) UWB WPAN Communication System coexisting in WPAN Environment”. Liuqing Yang, “Ultra-Wideband Communication an Idea whose Time has to come”. Raffaello Tesi, “IMPACT OF THE NUMBER OF FINGERS OF A SELECTIVE RAKE RECEIVER FOR UWB SYSTEMS IN MODIFIED SALEH-VALENZUELA CHANNEL” Outlines Introduction UWB Features Spatial and Spectral Capacity Data transmission UWB FCC `Mask Modulation Methods UWB System Model Block Diagram Simulation of Pulse and spectrum Rake Receiver BER vs. # of Rake fingers Narrow band Interference TDMA Conclusion and Future work References

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