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Introduction to spread-spectrum antimultipath techniques and their application to urban digital radio

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1 Author(s)
Turin, G.L. ; University of California, Berkeley, CA

In a combination tutorial and research paper, spread-spectrum techniques for combating the effects of multipath on high-rate data transmissions via radio are explored. The tutorial aspect of the paper presents: 1) a heuristic outline of the theory of spread-spectrum antimultipath radio receivers and 2) a summary of a statistical model of urban/suburban multipath. The research section of the paper presents results of analyses and simulations of various candidate receivers indicated by the theory, as they perform through urban/suburban multipath. A major result shows that megabit-per-second rates through urban multipath (which typically lasts up to 5 µs) are quite feasible.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:68 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 1980

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