Spread spectrum communication techniques are utilized to provide transmission of signals which have anti-jamming properties, a low probability of being intercepted, and can support a multiple-access system by servicing simultaneously a number of channels. This thesis concentrates on the receiver acquisition problem of a transmitted signal which is the output of a spread spectrum communication system. The acquisition requirements of a spread spectrum system and also the general approaches to the problem of “active and passive correlation” are discussed. A unique general purpose all-digital acquisition hardware design is developed and described to the schematic level of detail, where specific parts and their interconnections are illustrated. The hardware design development and analysis workstation used is developed by the Daisy Corporation.
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Belkerdid, Madjid A.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Fakatselis, John C., "Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Acquisition Design" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4954.
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