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FHSS

(Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) See spread spectrum.
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Pahlavan, "A comparison between the performance of FHSS and DSSS for wireless LANs using a 3D ray tracing program," Vehicular Technology Conference, IEEE [45.sup.th] (,) 1995.
In the running-in phase, the refueling rate is controlled in the capability of FHSS, that is, lower than 12000 FS/d.
FHSS has more flexibility, which belongs to SSC, and can reasonably use space resources better.
They are available in TCP/IP networks with encryption and operate within the Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS).
In addition, Bluetooth employs a fast, frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) technology (with an incremental frequency of 1600 Hz) to avoid interference in the ISM band and ensure the reliability of data communications (Chatschik 2001; Lu et al.
* A 1-W, frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) transceiver.
To deal with this attack, spread spectrum techniques can be used such as frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS).
Designed with the latest in mobile control network technology, the R260 offers features including CAN-Bus network integration, IEC 61131-3 compliant PLC programmability, and OMNEX industrially hardened Trusted Wireless FHSS radio technology for robust and secure two-way wireless communication.
As the Centre intensified its operations against the Maoists, the rebels have adopted a new frequency hopping spread spectrum ( FHSS) technology for communication to avoid interception.
The Jem uses FHSS frequency hopping modulation--which switches its carrier wave along different frequencies using a programmed pseudo-random sequence.
"Our membership is aging," FHSS member Ann Gwyther said.