This m-file displays the time waveform for the Gaussian pulse function and the first and second derivatives of the Gaussian pulse function for a 0.5 nanosecond pulse width. Other values of pulse widths may be used by changing fs,t,t1. The program uses the actual first and second derivative equations for the Gaussian pulse waveforms. The first derivative is considered to be the monocycle or monopulse as discussed in most papers. The second derivative is the waveform generated from a dipole antenna used in a UWB system. Other information is contained in the file.
Its very helpful , can you please send me detailed documentation, if possible ?firstname.lastname@example.org [New York University]
Thank you .
This program is good for my startup at impulse radio project
It's just graphs and nothing more. Even derivative you didn't do by MATLAB.
sorry, my mistake, didn't look too well into the code.
AFAIK the Gaussian pulse is based on the Gaussian distribution and so should have
(-x^2/(2*sigma^2)) in the exponent instead of just (-x/2), if mean=0.
Great It helped me to understand the principles of the uwb pulse
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