Designs and Analysis of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Antenna with Band-Notched Characteristics Operates on UWB band (3.1 to 11.3 GHz) while Rejecting the full U-NII band (5.06 to 5.85 GHz)
The UWB (Ultra-Wide Band) pulses are very short, thus they have very strong temporal and space resolving ability, low electromagnetic radiation because of low radio power pulse less than -41.3db and low energy consumption which enables the usage of long life battery operated devices. Within the UWB range there are various wireless standards namely WLAN (5.15 to 5.85GHz) for U-NII band, WiMAX (3.3 to 3.85GHz) & (8.5GHz). Apart from this the lower portion of X-band also falls within UWB range and if these bands are in use at the same time than there is a chance of interference of signals.
Provided by: Engineering Research Publication Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jun 2015 Format: PDF