Frequency-hopping sequence sets with no-hit-zone through Cartesian product

@article{Zhou2019FrequencyhoppingSS,
  title={Frequency-hopping sequence sets with no-hit-zone through Cartesian product},
  author={LiMengNan Zhou and Hongyu Han and Xing Liu},
  journal={Cryptography and Communications},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-13}
}
For quasi-synchronous (QS) frequency-hopping multiple access (FHMA) systems, relative time delay between different users can be allowed to vary in a domain around the origin. On the other hand, for frequency-hopping sequence (FHS) sets with no-hit-zone (NHZ), there will be no hit between different sequences in case their time delay does not exceed a certain region known as NHZ. In such circumstances, NHZ-FHS sets can be well applied in QS-FHMA systems to eliminate the mutual interference (MI… CONTINUE READING

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