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DSSS vs. FHSS narrowband interference performance issues

@inproceedings{McCune2001DSSSVF,
  title={DSSS vs. FHSS narrowband interference performance issues},
  author={Earl W. McCune},
  year={2001}
}
D spread spectrum (DSSS) and frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) technologies have different physical mechanisms for rejecting narrowband interference. Because of these physical differences, they perform differently in the presence of the same levels of narrowband interference. This is an important case for successful operation in the ISM bands. After presenting the physical mechanisms by which these spread spectrum methods reject narrowband interferers, measured examples are shown to… 
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