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Post subject: Antena Design for DSS(Direct Spread Spectrum)
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 1:49 pm
I am designing DSS (direct spread
spectrum system).at this moment I have been designing
a transmitter unit .I have a data signal with the
frequency of 1 KHz and I have a PN code generator
which has a frequency of 1MBPS ans i am EX-ORing
(BPSK modultion) this 2 signals and now i want to
transmit the modulated wave and i want to recieve
the signal at receiver side .
is limied to the lab environment.
body could please let me know how can i achieve
this ?how should i proceed for Antenna design for
the above system.?
I am new to this stuff coud
any one please give some insight of the issue?
Thanks a lot