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Segments of a long biphase coded waveform were correlated in a surface-acoustic-wave convolver, and the resulting correlation peaks were summed in a recirculation loop. With a 5 MHz chip rate, 250 Â¿s of the waveform was integrated, giving an experimental s.n.r. improvement of 36 dB. The application to fast synchronisation in spread-spectrum communication is discussed.