Wireless Applications of Spread Spectrum Systems: Selected Readings
Sawasd Tantaratana, Kazi M. Ahmed
IEEE, Jan 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 737 pages
This selected readings brings together introductory and advanced papers on spread spectrum and its direct applications to cellular theory and practice in a combination of classic and current papers and articles. This book is useful for students, engineers just beginning to work in cellular communications and experienced engineers who want a convenient and useful reference resource.
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