Self Encoded Spread Spectrum Communication with FH-MFSK

@article{Fahey2010SelfES,
  title={Self Encoded Spread Spectrum Communication with FH-MFSK},
  author={Stephen Fahey and Lim Nguyen},
  journal={2010 Second International Conference on Advances in Satellite and Space Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={82-86}
}
Self-encoded spread spectrum (SESS) is a novel communication technique that derives its spreading code from the randomness of the source stream rather than using a more conventional pseudo-random noise (PN) code for frequency translation. This paper proposes a SESS method enabling a random source stream to fast frequency hop a carrier while maintaining acceptable error performance compared to a non-SESS system. It has been shown through simulation that a SESS based frequency hopped system… CONTINUE READING

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