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Design considerations for the multiband OFDM physical layer in consumer electronic products

Sherratt, R.S. ORCID: (2006) Design considerations for the multiband OFDM physical layer in consumer electronic products. In: Glasman, K. and Logunov, A. (eds.) 2006 IEEE Tenth International Symposium on Consumer Electronics, Proceedings. IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics. IEEE, New York, pp. 234-238. ISBN 1424402158

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The creation of Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) offers the Consumer Electronics industry a mechanism to truly unwire consumer products, leading to portability and ease of installation as never seen before. WPAN's can offer data-rates exceeding those that are required to convey high quality broadcast video, thus users can easily connect to high quality video for multimedia presentations in education, libraries, advertising, or have a wireless connection at home. There have been many WPAN proposals, but this paper concentrates on ECMA-368 as this standard has the largest industrial and implementers' forum backing. This paper discusses the technology behind ECMA-368, the required numerical bandwidth, buffer memory requirements and implementation considerations while concentrating on supporting all the offered data-rates'.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:14453
Uncontrolled Keywords:WiMedia, ECMA-368, specification, performance modelling, W-USB, UWB

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