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Low Data-Rate UWB Network Applications 14.1.1 802.15.4a: A Short History 14.1.2 The 802.15.4a PHY 14.1.3 PHY: 802.15.4a versus 802.15.4 14.1.4 Technical Requirements 14.1.5 Applications 14.2 The 802.15.4 MAC Standard 14.2.1 Network Devices and Topologies 14.2.2 Medium Access Strategy 14.2.3 From 802.15.4 to 802.15.4a 14.3 Advanced MAC Design for Low-Bit-Rate UWB Networks 14.3.1 (UWB)2: Uncoordinated, Wireless, Baseborn Medium Access for UWB Communication Networks 14.3.2 Transmission Procedure 14.3.3 Reception Procedure 14.3.4 Simulation Results
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The development of wireless, multihop, mobile ad hoc networks, here simply referred to as MANETs, continues to be a topic of increasing interest to the wireless community. MANETs can be considered an emerging fourth-generation (4G) wireless system that supports anytime, anywhere and from any device communication. Currently, the MANET applications that have drawn considerable attention relate to military, emergency services and sensor networks; however, more mainstream applications relating to business, education, entertainment, and commercial settings are quite viable [1]. Indeed, the commercial viability and diverse applications for a MANET bolster the exponential growth of interest in this area. In 2005, the proliferation of individuals carrying mobile phones, palm tops, PDAs, laptops, handheld PCs and other wireless communication devices, for work or personal use, has grown considerably. As the multifunctionality of wireless devices increases, the commercial demand for ubiquitous communication services is sure to progress. In this regard, peer-to-peer (P2P) applications for MANETs are accumulating attention and discussion in the literature. Recent industry achievements have also sparked interest in UWB wireless technology as a common platform for MANETs. In view of the base-band nature of signal transmission in UWB, radio devices with a high data rate, low complexity, and low power emission become ideal components for the UWB/MANET paradigm. While the developmental aspects of a MANET is expansive, of particular interest to network traf c engineers and protocol designers is the development of routing in MANETs. As a result, a great number of proposals for routing protocols have been presented in the literature, any of them being applicable to a UWB system. However, when considering the intrinsic advantages and constraints of UWB technology, routing protocols in ad hoc networks adopting UWB would have some notable
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