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Investigation of propagation through a frequency hopped channel

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Original languageEnglish
Pages785 - 786
Number of pages1
JournalIEE Electronics Letters, 29th April
Journal publication dateApr 1993
Volume29
Journal issue9
StatePublished

Abstract

The Letter describes measurements undertaken in the city of Bristol in order to investigate a frequency hopping (FH) channel. It is shown that although long term channel statistics exhibit negligible differences compared with fixed frequency operation, the instantaneous effects differ considerably. These differences could significantly influence the design of an FH system

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Rose publication type: Journal article Sponsorship: The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the invaluable help of T. Busby, S.G. Chard, J. Cheung, C. Simmonds, R.C. Thomas and R.J. Wilkinson during the undertaking of these field trials. D.J. Purle is sponsored by SERC and GPT Ltd., Beeston

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  • cellular radio, code division multiple access, fading, frequency agility

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