Corpus ID: 51396490

The Origins of Spread-Spectrum Communications

@inproceedings{A2000TheOO,
  title={The Origins of Spread-Spectrum Communications},
  author={A.},
  year={2000}
}
  • A.
  • Published 2000
Abstrucz-This monograph reviews events, circa 1920-1960, leading to the development of spread-spectrum communication systems. The WHYN, Hush-Up, BLADES, F9C-A/Rake, CODORAC, and ARC-SO systems are featured, along with a description of the prior art in secure communications, and introductions to other early spreadspectrum communication efforts. References to he available literature from this period are included. 
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