DSSS


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DSSS

(1) (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum) See spread spectrum.

(2) (Dual SIM Single Standby) See multi-SIM.
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Depressive Symptoms: Out of 100 patients 38% have DSSS score more than 25 which means clinicaly significant depression which needs to be furthur evaluated.
DSSS chairman Tomas Vandas praised the police for allowing his party's march to continue but criticised the arrest of one of the party's speakers, a Slovak extremist-party member whose speech police said "showed indications of racial intolerance".
By relying on the DSSS Authentication Server engine, users can use different types of tokens to login to their online accounts protected by BetterThanPin.
A single, narrowband source of interference that merely decreases the data throughput for FHSS can cripple a DSSS system.
4 and Dust's proprietary TSMP protocol, mesh networks, channel hopping over DSSS, 250 kb/s data rates, 1 mW and 10 mW RF power, 100 meters typical indoor and 250 meters typical outdoor transmission ranges, Serial I/O, 1.
Activities during the current fiscal year have included participation in testing on public roadways in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan using the Honda DSSS research vehicle equipped with vehicle-to-infrastructure communications technologies and the Honda ASV-4 research vehicle equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle communications technologies.
Therefore, each DSSS chip spans only a fraction of a cycle of the "carrier" at 100 kHz.
The instrument measures coverage of DSSS networks that operate on the IEEE 802.
4-GHz solution combines DSSS modulation with this level of frequency agility.
11b WLAN monitoring system that detects and responds to unauthorized access attempts and sources of channel interference on any local DSSS network.
The DSSS IC requires additional power (than narrowband or frequency hopping designs), which is an important consideration in mobile applications running on battery power.