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SPREAD SPECTRUM PROCESS USING DIRECT SEQUENCE SPREAD SPECTRUM (DSSS) AND FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM (FHSS)

@inproceedings{HandrizalN2009SPREADSP,
  title={SPREAD SPECTRUM PROCESS USING DIRECT SEQUENCE SPREAD SPECTRUM (DSSS) AND FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM (FHSS)},
  author={A. HandrizalN. and Ahmad Noraziah and Ahmed N. Abdalla},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents spread spectrum process using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS). DSSS is type spread spectrum the most widely known and most widely used. Mean while, in FHSS the data is modulated directly onto a single carrier frequency, but that carrier frequency hops across a number of channels within the RF band using a pseudo-random hopping pattern. We compare between DSSS and FHSS in terms of channel, narrowband interference, main… 

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