Crowded frequency spectrum has led to renewed interest in ultrawideband (UWB) radio technology. With a growing number of wireless electronic devices occupying finite bandwidth, UWB technology, also known as impulse radio, offers the potential to share the available bandwidth with broadband, low-power pulses. Such pulses can communicate not only large amounts of information across short distances, but directional information much like the radar systems that they mimic. If implemented properly,
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