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A Transform Domain Communication and Jamming Waveform

A Transform Domain Communication and Jamming Waveform

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A multi-function waveform has been shown with the ability to communicate, avoid the spectrum of friendly users, and jam the spectrum of enemy users. The TDJCS waveform's communication performance is not affected by the amplitude of the jamming. The jamming severely degrades the performance of the enemy communication system and causes a slight degradation in the friendly system as the J/S is raised.

Inspec keywords: transforms; waveform analysis; radio spectrum management

Other keywords: friendly system; enemy communication system; jamming waveform; TDJCS waveform communication performance; transform domain communication; multifunction waveform

Subjects: Legislation, frequency allocation and spectrum pollution; Radio links and equipment; Integral transforms

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