Spread Spectrum Systems for GNSS and Wireless Communications, Volume 45

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Artech House, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 855 pages
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Look to this cutting-edge resource for a modern treatment of spread spectrum (SS) communications, including direct sequence and frequency hopping. The book helps you understand the performance of SS systems under the influence of jamming and with and without coding. You find details on the synchronization of SS systems, including initial acquisition and tracking. The book discusses correlation loss to help you determine the impact of filters on the correlation process. Moreover, for the first time in any book, you find details on code acquisition and code tracking with channel filtering.

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Contents

An Introduction to Spread Spectrum Systems
1
FrequencyHopping Signals
7
Binary Shift Register Codes for Spread Spectrum Systems
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About the author (2007)

Jack K. Holmes is a leading industry expert and highly regarded author in the area of communications engineering. Among his achievements, he published a widely used text on spread spectrum with Wiley.

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