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A novel data-rate adaptation approach for meteor burst communications: direct-sequence spread-spectrum modulation

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3 Author(s)
Baltaci, Y. ; Bristol Univ., UK ; Benjamin, R. ; Nix, A.

There are a number of basic approaches to implementing a variable data-rate modem. A meteor burst communication channel can be fully exploited during an adaptive data-rate operation. In adaptive data-rate operation, the actual data-rate is matched to the instantaneous power received from a meteor trail. This paper theoretically investigates the benefit of such an operation and introduces a new method which has some advantages over conventional approaches such as better adaptation and lower complexity

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Radio Receivers and Associated Systems, 1995., Sixth International Conference on

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26-27 Sep 1995