1. Analysis and Design of Low Complexity Receiver for UWB Transmitted Reference Based on Wavelets Transform

 Rashid A. Fayadh, Nabil K. Al_shamaa                                                  DOWNLOAD      


Date of Submission: 1st July 2023                       Revised: 12th August 2023                     Accepted: 24th August 2023  



The Rake receiver has become very popular in wireless communication in recent years, but it has a number of drawbacks, including complexity, high noise, poor performance, and a slow transmission rate. As a result, a system with high performance, low complexity, low noise, and high efficiency is required. In this article, the idea of a new discrete wavelet transform (DWT)-based system is called Low Complexity (LC) Transmitted Reference (TR) Ultra Wideband (UWB) that achieves high performance, low complexity, higher transmission rate, and lower noise than previous discrete wavelet transform systems. High frequencies that caused noise in the system were cut off using DWT. To remove these frequencies, DWT uses two types of FIR filters. To get a better result, use three levels in this system. The simulation results show that when three levels of noise reduction are used, the effect is to remove high frequencies that cause noise in the TR UWB received signal. 

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How to Cite: Rashid A. Fayadh and Nabil K. Al_shamaa(2023), Analysis and Design of Low Complexity Receiver for UWB Transmitted Reference Based on Wavelets Transform, International Journal of Applied Engineering and Technology 5(3), pp. 1-8.

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