Hit probability between frequency hopping sequences generated by Reed-Solomon and Hermitian codes

Hit probability between frequency hopping sequences generated by Reed-Solomon and Hermitian codes

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Frequency hopping systems produced by either Reed-Solomon (RS) or Hermitian codes (AG) are compared. The results show that AG codes perform better than RS codes if the ratio of the number of hits by length of sequences is considered.


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