Delay-hopped transmitted-reference RF communications

  title={Delay-hopped transmitted-reference RF communications},
  author={R. T. Hoctor and H. Tomlinson},
  journal={2002 IEEE Conference on Ultra Wideband Systems and Technologies (IEEE Cat. No.02EX580)},
Previously, the authors have invented and experimented with a new radio communications scheme called delay-hopped transmitted-reference (DHTR) radio. This technique can function either as an impulse radio, or can employ a more traditional spread-spectrum carrier such as broadband noise. The DHTR method is well-suited to short-range transmissions in a high multipath environment, and, in contrast to time-modulated impulse radio, is easy to synchronize at the receiver. Finally, DHTR receivers and… CONTINUE READING
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