Low-Power Ultra-Wideband Radio and Radar Chip, Phase I

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Prime Research LC (PRLC), Virginia Tech (VT), and the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) propose to develop an ultra-low power radio/radar based on a CMOS ultra-wideband impulse radar (UWIR). The system will be highly compact, consume very little power, perform accurate ranging and asset tracking capability, and provide high capacity communications. Combined with PRLC's power harvesting technologies, the PRLC/VT/UTA team will deliver a high quality and robust product for space applications.

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