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Rejection of FHMA signal in DS spread spectrum system using complex adaptive filtering

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Glisic, S.G. ; Inst. of Electr. Eng., VTI, Beograd, Yugoslavia ; Pajkovic, M.D.

The performance of a direct-sequence quadrature phase shift keying (QPSK) spread spectrum receiver using adaptive filtering to reject a frequency-hopping multiple access (FHMA) signal is analyzed. Two types of filters are considered: the adaptive prediction error filter and the adaptive transversal filter with two-sided taps. Time-frequency hopping signals in a FHMA system are based on the theory on linear or quadratic congruences or on modified Reed-Solomon codes. The basic parameters used for the evaluation are the filter processing gain, bit error probability, and the adaptation rate

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Military Communications Conference, 1991. MILCOM '91, Conference Record, Military Communications in a Changing World., IEEE

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4-7 Nov 1991

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