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Kumaran, A.K. (author)
CMOS technology is one of the feasible solutions to meet the world’s growing demand for high data rates because it offers the prospect of SoC at a low cost. But, the PA forms the major bottleneck in making SoC because the PAs in high data rate wireless communication systems have the requirement of high-efficiency and good linearity even at...
master thesis 2020
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Bouwmeester, Wietse (author)
Mankind becomes ever more reliant on wireless technology like mobile communications, navigation and radar. This development has resulted in more sensitive receivers, but this increased sensitivity also has increased the susceptibility of these receivers to interference from external sources. One of these sources that is known to disrupt...
master thesis 2020
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van der Heijden, Bas (author)
Three bias estimation frameworks are presented that mitigate position-dependent ranging errors often present in ultra-wideband localization systems. State estimation and control are integrated, such that the positioning accuracy improves over iterations. The frameworks are experimentally evaluated on a quadcopter platform. Two state augmentation...
master thesis 2019
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Overman, Jeroen (author)
An Indoor Positioning System (IPS) is being developed at TOPIC Embed- ded Systems to track equipment in hospitals. The system should prevent the loss of equipment en make procedures more efficient. The IPS will con- sist of anchors and tags. Anchors are the radios that form an infrastructure in the building to localise tags that are placed on...
master thesis 2019
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Kraaijeveld, Michael (author), de Gruijl, David (author), Postma, Marco (author), Roos, Stefano (author), de Groot, Daan (author), van der Meijs, Emiel (author)
In this thesis, the implementation of a passive, chipless, frequency coded Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag for bedload transport studies is proposed. The proposed tag will be deployed in the semi-arid Río Colorado river, Bolivia with the aim to develop quantitative sediment transport models that relate transport to grain size. The...
bachelor thesis 2019
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ter Horst, Thijs (author)
A robot swarm of zebros (Dutch: ZEs Benige RObots) is being developed at the TU Delft, with the purpose of forming a large self-deploying sensor network that survey remote locations without the need for any pre-existing infrastructure, or be used for evaluating swarming algorithms in the field. Towards this goal, zebros need to be able to...
master thesis 2019
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van der Helm, Steven (author)
In this paper a range-based relative localization solution is proposed and demonstrated in practice. The approach is based on wireless range measurements between robots, along with the communication of their velocities, accelerations, yaw rates, and height. It can be implemented on many robotic platforms without the need for dedicated sensors....
master thesis 2018
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Silos Viu, Maria (author)
Recently, there has been an increasing awareness of the critical role of sleep for the brain development of young infants. During the early neonatal stages of human development, the basic activity of the brain is to develop itself during sleep. Prolonged sleep is required in infants for further development of the nervous system. Sleep also plays...
master thesis 2017
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Horstink, Thomas (author)
A fundamental prerequisite for many robot-tasks is the availability of an environment model. The ability of a robot to create such a model itself is crucial to having truly autonomous robots around in our daily lives. For basic robot-tasks, a two-dimensional grid-map that describes a distinction between inhabitable and uninhabitable space is a...
master thesis 2017
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Bosma, Sjoerd (author)
DESHIMA is a superconducting on-chip spectrometer using MKIDs in the sub-mm wavelength regime (240-720 GHz, 1:3 bandwidth). This thesis presents (1) an analysis of the quasi-optical system used for DESHIMA on the ASTE telescope in Chile (2) design of the room-temperature optics of this design and (3) a preliminary investigation into an ultra...
master thesis 2017
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Cancrinus, Nick (author), Max, Gyula (author)
Nowadays, localization of cars is mostly done using GPS. Some major disadvantages of this method are that it is not very accurate and that it cannot be used indoors. These disadvantages do not form a major problem when an active human driver is controlling the car, but will become more critical when the autonomy of vehicles increases. The goal...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Šabanović, Armin (author), van Katwijk, Alexander (author), Verton, Pim (author)
In this report, an indoor target detection system is developed for detecting one or multiple targets in a cluttered area based on a network of distributed ultra-wideband radars. The system is capable of acquisition of data in the form of distances between radar and targets, which can be used to localise and track one or multiple targets in real...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Wieffering, Tristan (author), Arriëns, Roy (author)
A system has been developed that utilises the techniques of Ultra Wideband and Synthetic Aperture Radar to produce top view images of a scene using measurements from the side. The system consists of the PulsON P410 radar module, a set of antennas, a moving platform and an imaging algorithm. This thesis will cover all the aspects of the data...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Zhou, L. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Bruinsma, W.P. (author), Hes, R.P. (author), Kroep, H.J.C. (author), Leliveld, T.C. (author), Melching, W.M. (author), Aan de Wiel, T.A. (author)
This document describes the design process of a software toolkit to perform high-performance wideband spectrum sensing. A prominent application of this is Cognitive Radio, a technique that aims to make more efficient use of the available radio spectrum. An extensive theoretical analysis will be performed. Various non-uniform sampling techniques...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Wang, M. (author)
The focus of this thesis is to design a dielectric covered discone WLAN antenna working under the protocols of IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n. It has the wideband operation of discone antennas and the compact dimensions of dielectric resonator antennas which is compatible with the latest main protocol WLAN applications. This antenna has an ultra-wide...
master thesis 2015
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He, J. (author)
Currently the Doherty Power Amplifier (DPA) is replacing the traditional Class B amplifier in base-station and broadcast applications, as such becoming the preferred choice of industry due to its simplicity and high efficiency performance. In spite of its success, so far practical DPA implementations can provide only a very limited RF bandwidth,...
master thesis 2013
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Mehta, N. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Basavarajappa, V. (author)
The use of radars in detecting low flying, small targets is being explored for several decades now. However radar with counter-stealth abilities namely the passive, multistatic, low frequency radars are in the focus recently. Passive radar that uses Digital Video Broadcast Terrestrial (DVB-T) signals as illuminator of opportunity is a major...
master thesis 2012
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Li, J. (author)
This thesis aims for high power wideband amplifiers suitable for base station instrumentation purposes. A power combing topology is introduced, not only to achieve high power but also good input and output matching. Two kinds of broadband 3-dB quadrature couplers, which are important components in the power combing topology, are designed and...
master thesis 2011
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