In this paper, a 4GHz clock synchronized non coherent energy collection approach based Ultra Wideband transceiver for biomedical sensor signals like ECG is proposed. The system is based on a non-coherent architecture which enables the receiver to be extremely simple and largely insensitive to the transmitted pulse shape. The energy collection makes the reception efficient in a multipath environment. It is realised by using a bank of integrators which determine the energy of the transmitted signal for specific intervals of time. The proposed model is implemented in SIMULINK. The Bit Error Rate (BER) performance of the transceiver in additive white gaussian noise multipath channel is determined and the result is found to be satisfactory. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
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U. B. Maheshwaran, Raj, R., Tharangini, S. S., and Kutty, K. A. N., “A 4GHz clock synchronized non coherent energy collection UWB transceiver”, in Novel Algorithms and Techniques in Telecommunications and Networking, 2010, pp. 490-493.