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The 2005 IEEE Annual Conference Wireless and Micrwave Technology, 2005.
This article deals about pulse generation for impulse radio applications. The main goal is to realize an FCC-compliant pulser with usual "commercial offthe-shelf" components. The pulser must be easily controlled by the transmitter logic. This is highly desirable for integration in low power equipment with a silicon portable schematic. After a short advantages and drawbacks overview of pulse generation techniques, with their advantages and drawbacks, we describe a solution that properly fits ourdoi:10.1109/wamic.2005.1528339 fatcat:5saq5ocgbjc3fpwxvxldmstzpm