On The Error Probability Of Frequency-Hopped Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access Systems With More Than One Code Symbols Per Dwell Interval
The author considers the multiple-access capability of an asynchronous, frequency-hopped spread-spectrum (FH-SS) communication system employing error-correcting codes. He computes the average packet (code-word) error probability induced in such a system, when more than one code symbol is contained per dwell interval, and when the (32,16),(64,32) or extended Reed-Solomon codes are used for the encoding of the packets. Furthermore, some comparisons are made with previous results for FH-SS systems employing one code symbol per dwell interval, and useful conclusions are drawn.
Proceedings - IEEE Military Communications Conference
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Georgiopoulos, Michael, "On The Error Probability Of Frequency-Hopped Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access Systems With More Than One Code Symbols Per Dwell Interval" (1989). Scopus Export 1980s. 399.