Digital Communications with Chaos: Multiple Access Techniques and Performance

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Since the 1970's, there has been a great deal of research effort spent on studying chaotic systems and the properties of the chaotic signals generated. Characterized by their wideband, impulse-like autocorrelation and low cross-correlation properties, chaotic signals are useful spread-spectrum signals for carrying digital information. Spectrum spreading has become one of the most popular modulation techniques for high-speed wireless communications. It makes use of signals of very wide bandwidth to carry information at ...

Digital Communications with Chaos: Multiple Access Techniques and Performance 2006, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9780080451510

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