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Design elements of new classes of quasi-orthogonal spreading codes for tactical soft frequency hopping radios networks operation in multiple access and tone jamming environment

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3 Author(s)
Greu, V. ; Mil. Tech. Acad., Bucharest, Romania ; Sima, I. ; Pop, E.

The paper presents an approach to place the design of spreading codes (SC) for tactical soft frequency hopping radios networks in an environment linking multiple access interference (MAI) and tone jamming, using Galois extended field-GF(pn) oriented basics elements for an optimal design of the new classes of quasi orthogonal (QO)-SC (providing single frequency overlap as MAI). The paper includes applications results which confirm the necessity and advantages to develop QO-SC.

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Communications (COMM), 2010 8th International Conference on

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10-12 June 2010