High-order spectral-null multimode codes

  title={High-order spectral-null multimode codes},
  author={Yan Xin and I. J. Fair},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
A new class of codes with high-order spectral nulls at zero frequency is introduced. The codes, called high-order spectral-null multimode codes, are constructed through state-dependent encoding by use of the guided-scrambling coding technique, and result in efficiently coded sequences with good low-frequency characteristics. 

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