Bandwidth occupancy profile of mid‐Atlantic HF band users

@inproceedings{McNeal1997BandwidthOP,
  title={Bandwidth occupancy profile of mid‐Atlantic HF band users},
  author={George D. McNeal},
  year={1997}
}
Emerging technologies that use spread spectrum and frequency hopping signals may enable more efficient use of the high-frequency (HF) band. High-powered HF radar is an example of this technology where channels are used that appear to be unoccupied and the frequency hopping signal of the HF radar has been remarkably free from interfering with conventional spectrum occupants. Considering future application of HF systems of this type, it is of interest to examine the availability of free channels… CONTINUE READING

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