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High-speed DQPSK chirp spread spectrum system for indoor wireless applications

High-speed DQPSK chirp spread spectrum system for indoor wireless applications

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A chirp spread spectrum communication link for high-speed indoor wireless systems using a broadband SAW chirp filter is proposed. This system combines the multipath resolving ability of spread spectrum with the diversity of a RAKE-type receiver. Computer simulations and experimental results show nearly ideal performance in multipath fading conditions.

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