Low Earth Orbital Satellites for Personal Communication Networks 3 Application of CDMA in LEO Satellite Systems

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  title={Low Earth Orbital Satellites for Personal Communication Networks 3 Application of CDMA in LEO Satellite Systems},
  author={},
  year={1998}
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  • Published 1998
A   , multiple-access schemes based on spread-spectrum techniques, especially CDMA, are promising candidates for future LEO satellite communications systems. As already mentioned, the reason that the wide bandwidth of spread-spectrum waveforms introduces frequency diversity, which can mitigate multipath and interference [1–6]. In addition, with CDMA it is possible to use the same carrier frequency in all service areas, so when a user leaves the service area of a satellite and enters… CONTINUE READING
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