pseudorandom code


pseudorandom code
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English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • Pseudorandom binary sequence — A binary sequence (BS) is a sequence of N bits, :a j for j=0,1,...,N 1, i.e. m ones and N m zeros. A BS is pseudo random (PRBS) if its autocorrelation function :C(v)=sum {j=0}^{N 1} a ja {j+v}has only two values::C(v)=egin{cases}m, mbox{ if }… …   Wikipedia

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  • Barker code — A Barker code is a sequence of N values of +1 and −1,:a j for j = 1, cdotcdotcdot, Nsuch that:|sum {j=1}^{N v} a j a {j+v}| le 1,for all 1 le v < N.Here is a table of all known Barker codes, where negations and reversals of the codes have been… …   Wikipedia

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  • Time-hopping — in communications, a type of spread spectrum technology in which the carrier is turned on and off by the pseudorandom code sequence. See Also *Spread Spectrum *Frequency Hopping spread spectrum *Direct sequence spread spectrum External Links… …   Wikipedia


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