For odd integer m ≥ 3 and t = 0, 1, . . . , m−1 2 , we define Family V (t) to be a set of size 2 containing binary sequences of period 2 − 2. The nontrivial correlations between sequences in Family V (t) are bounded in magnitude by 2+2. Families V (0) and V (1) compare favourably to the small and large Kasami sets, respectively. So far, the correlation distribution of Family V (t) is only known for t = 0. A general framework for computing the correlation distribution of Family V (t) is… CONTINUE READING