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DIET Dept.
School of Engineering
University of Rome La Sapienza
Via Eudossiana, 18
00184 - Rome, Italy
Phone: +390644585479
VoIP: +3906916501373
Fax: +390644585632
luca.denardis@uniroma1.it

Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Radio Fundamentals

Second Year, M.Sc. in Communications and Electronic Engineering (First semester)

Prof. Maria-Gabriella Di Benedetto


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The course of UWB Radio Fundamentals consists of a 6 credits unit. The aim is to provide advanced knowledge on the UWB wireless communication technology, and its application to the design of advanced wireless systems. The course covers key aspects of UWB systems, ranging from theoretic foundations to application examples. In particular, the following topics will be analyzed:

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Instructors

Maria-Gabriella Di Benedetto
e-mail: mariagabriella.dibenedetto@uniroma1.it
Meeting: by appointment.
Dr. Luca De Nardis
e-mail: luca.denardis@uniroma1.it
Meeting: by appointment.

Teaching assistant

Usman Ali
e-mail: mariagabriella.dibenedetto@uniroma1.it
Meeting: by appointment.

Mailing List:

email: uwb@uniroma1.it
Students are required to register to the mailing list, using one of the two following options:
  1. send an email to uwb+subscribe@uniroma1.it using the institutional account lastname.SapienzaIDnumber@studenti.uniroma1.it;
  2. click here while being logged in in the browser with the institutional account.

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Class Schedule:

Monday - 14:00 - 16:00 (Hall 6)
Friday - 14:00 - 17:00 (Hall 6)

Remote classes:

Course program

Exam Reservation:

Via INFOSTUD at http://www.uniroma1.it/studenti/infostud/ (see "Prenotazione esame" link).

Course material

Examination Procedure

Students are required to attend both theory and practice classes. The work carried out by students during the practices (and also independently as homeworks) will be considered as part of the final exam.
Students attending the classes will be required, at the end of the course, to conclude the exam with an oral presentation, in which they will discuss a topic from the course, selected and assigned by the instructorts few days before the exam day. On the contrary, students do not attending the classes will be required to have preliminar written part of the exam, in order to access to the oral presentation.

M.Sc. Theses

Please contact the Instructor for information on available M.Sc. thesis topics.




Last update: 17/09/2021