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Coded Error Probability for DS Spread-Spectrum Systems with Periodic Pulsed Multiple-Tone Interference

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2 Author(s)
Rui-Hua Dou ; Chongqing Institute of Posts and Telecommunications, Chongquing, China ; L. Milstein

The coded error probability for direct sequence (DS) BPSK or QPSK spread-spectrum systems, used with or without interleaving, and operating in the presence of pulsed multiple-tone interference, is investigated. We consider the worst-case channel error probability under conditions of pulsed multiple-tone jamming for the various systems, and present coded error probability as a function of interleaving delay for (n, k) block codes with hard-decision decoding. It is shown that when the maximum level of continuous multiple-tone interference does not exceed the level of the desired signal, the duty cycle of the corresponding pulsed interference which yields the worst-case error probability is usually small, and that the smaller the duty factor of the jamming, the more considerable is the performance improvement due to the use of interleaving in conjunction with the coding.

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IEEE Transactions on Communications  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 10 )