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A Framework for Computing Detection and False Alarm Probabilities for IR - UWB Transmitted Reference Receivers Over Generalized Fading Channels With Tone Interference

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Executive Summary

Impulse Radio (IR) is a particular form of Ultra Wide Band (UWB) technology that is characterized by the transmission of very short pulses occupying a large frequency bandwidth. This large bandwidth allows UWB signals to finely resolve multipath components and to exploit multipath diversity, thus making UWB a viable candidate for communications in harsh reference scenarios, such as industrial/factory indoor and forest/sub-urban outdoor environments. Moreover, due to their fine delay resolution properties, UWB signals are potentially able to provide accurate ranging and synchronization capabilities.

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