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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Ainnur Eiza Azhar, et al., introduced an enhanced of SINR based on serving and neighboring path loss to mitigate cochannel interference by using DSSS technique in LTE-Wi-Fi network.
The main lobe energy of the DSSS signal is concentrated in the central frequency.
The time and conditions for storage of DSSs before processing have not been systematized.
At the end of the session, Harry discusses how he could use the global strategy and similar DSSs to improve his volleyball performance.
The time domain waveform of radio's DSSS signal is shown in Figure 3, and a complete waveform period comprises transient portion, steady-state portion, and handshaking portion.
This Figure also a show RIPv2 with MD5 is having maximum average jitter where SNAuth_SPERIPv2 routing protocol with DSSS is having minimum average jitter among them.
Because spreading sequences and data symbols are not separable, the conventional receiver structure of DSSS is not available in this DSSS-CPM system.
* Noise-resistant direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) modulation.
Most radios use either direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) or frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) which can distort the data signal by adding random elements to the signal to help distinguish it from other RF noise.
"DSSs" are interactive, computer-based system that aid users in judgment and choice activities.
CRAs and specifically DSSs are generally not part of an inspection strategy and the specification of a CRA generally infers that a "fit and forget" philosophy has been adopted for that specific component.