Performance Evaluation Of Frequency Hopped Receiver Oriented Spread Spectrum Packet Radio Networks
The author examines the multiple-access capability of frequency-hopped, receiver-oriented, spread-spectrum packet radio networks. The most important indicator of the multiple-access capability of a spread-spectrum packet radio network is the induced packet error probability. The interdependence of byte errors of the desired transmission (i.e., packet) due to the multiple access interference caused by other packets, is determined. An exact method and two approximation methods for the computation of the packet error probability are proposed. The results indicate that the byte errors exhibit a Markovian structure.
Conference Record - International Conference on Communications
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Georgiopoulos, Michael, "Performance Evaluation Of Frequency Hopped Receiver Oriented Spread Spectrum Packet Radio Networks" (1989). Scopus Export 1980s. 401.