### Table 1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices. A suppression of about 15dB is necessary to allow coexistence within a 1m range. We achieve this suppression with the spectral shaping as described in Sec. 3.3.

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table1 : Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.... ..."

Cited by 6

### Table 1 shows the coexistence of our system with other communications devices, obeying various narrowband standards. We find that if the UWB transmitter emits with the full power allowed by the FCC, it can significantly interfere with other communications devices. A suppression of about 15dB is necessary to allow coexistence within a 1m range. We achieve this suppression with the spectral shaping as described in Sec. 3.3.

in An

"... In PAGE 6: ... Table1 : Coexistence for other systems Finally, we also analyzed the resistance of the UWB system to interference from other communications devices. We found that again, a minimum distance of 1m is sufficient to allow operation with less than 8% PER.... ..."

### Table III. Monitor interference on FFT polynomial multiplication

### Table 4.9: Interference suppression factors Ik due to cross-correlation statistics and beamforming

1998

Cited by 2

### TABLE II System specific interference situation Interferer Victim receiver

### Table 3 Word accuracy (in %) in the chirp-signal-multiplied Babble noise achieved parison with Baseline and SNA systems

"... In PAGE 11: ...ignal as used in Section 5.1.2. Results are shown in Table3 . It can be observed that the averaged relative error rate reductions (AERRs) of the noise adaptive system are larger than those in Table 2.... ..."

### Table 1: Matrix multiplication parameters. Reuse Self-Interference Footprint References

1991

"... In PAGE 4: ... Since the variable X[i,j] is allocated to a register, the total number of references to elements of the array is 78 36166 and its miss rate is simply 0. Substituting the parameters in Table1 into Equation 2, the miss rates for Y and Z, 7740 89 41 and 7740 9041 , are 7740 89 41 61 1 0 0 1 0 83 105 40 89 41 1 16 1 0 266 67 1716 1 0 66 67 17 25 83 105 40 89 4143 3 0 1 0 83 105 40 89 41 1 66 67 7740 90 41 61 1 0 16 1 0 1 67 1716 1 0 66 67 17 25 66 67 The total number of cache misses are therefore 78 3 66 43 78 3 16 1 78 43 78 0 1 78 7740 89 41 17 43 78 3 16 1 66 43 66 0 1 66 7740 90 41 17 25 78 3 32 2 66 43 83 105 40 89 4143 3 0 1 0 83 105 40 89 41 1 66 67 43 66 67 33 40 341 According to this equation, there are 278 36166intrinsic misses, misses that are intrinsic to the algorithm given the blocking factor and cannot be avoided even if the address mapping is perfect. The factor 83 105 40 89 41 is due to self interference of variable Y on itself.... ..."

Cited by 514

### Table 1. Results from the example WSAN re suppression system

"... In PAGE 14: ...the number of active communication channels and associated percentage errors given in Table1 . The principles discussed in section 3 allow the WSAN to gen- erate excellent approximations to the optimal actuation eld by using local rules to activate only a fraction of the communication links.... ..."

### TABLE III MODIFIED SYSTEM PARAMETERS

2003

Cited by 18