Spread Spectrum Communications Handbook / Edition 1by Marvin Kenneth Simon, Barry K. Levitt, Robert A. Scholtz, Jim K. Omura
Pub. Date: 04/01/1994
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Formerly released as a three-volume set,this authoritative reference remains the most comprehensive single source on spread spectrum systemswhich are just beginning to find important new applications such as CDMA cellular networks and wireless Personal Communication Networks. Although theory is covered where appropriate,readers will find the focus is on practical issues,including an in-depth look at multiple access communications and positioning systems applications.
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Table of ContentsHistorical Origins of SS Communications.
Basic Concepts and Systems Models.
Basic Analysis of Anti-Jam Communication Systems.
Coherent Direct Sequence Systems.
Non-Coherent Frequency Hopped Systems.
Coherent Modulation Techniques.
Differentially Coherent Modulation Techniques.
Pseudonoise Acquisition in Direct Sequence Receivers.
Pseudonoise Tracking in Direct Sequence Receivers.
Time and Frequency Synchronization of Frequency-Hopped Receivers.
Low Probability of Intercept Communications.
Multiple Access Communications.
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