IMPULSE ULTRA-WIDEBAND SIGNAL RELAYING IN AD HOC RADIO NETWORKS
AbstractA method of impulse ultra-wideband signals relaying in ad hoc radio networks is described. As the relaying signals a group of chipsets is used to represent various minimal information units. A system of markers is introduced to unambiguous determine the relaying routes. The chipset representation of transmitted signals reduces the delays coursed by multistep relaying and increases the data transfer rate.
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