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Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum

Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum is based on the multiplying of the baseband signal data with a broadband spreading code. The result is termed the chip rate. The characteristics of the broadband spreading code are that of pseudorandom noise. Consequently the receiver synchronized to the code will obtain the narrowband signal. All other receivers will see the spread signal as white or coloured noise.

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