Show simple item record Abhayawardhana, VS Hunukumbure, RMM Dias, D 2019-07-15T05:31:18Z 2019-07-15T05:31:18Z
dc.description.abstract This paper describes the development of a prototype Direct Sequence Code Division Multiple Access (DS-CDMA) system. The main objective of the work was to design and implement a CDMA system, based on its fundamental theoretical concepts, and thereby gain a clear insight into its operation. A secondary objective was the development of a unit to be used for the demonstration of the salient characteristics of CDMA in a laboratory'. CDMA is a form of spread spectrum communication. Spread spectrum communication, was originally developed as a technique for achieving jamming-resistant military communications. In recent years, CDMA has gained widespread popularity in commercial applications due to the massive capacity gains it promises over conventional FDMA and TDMA techniques. Despite being the newest digital air interface, many telecommunications standards bodies have defined standards based on CDMA technology for modern fixed, cellular and personal communication systems (PCS). Today, it is in fully-fledged deployment in a wide range of applications from high capacity cellular systems to ingenious position location schemes. Therefore, familiarity with CDMA is essential for today's communication engineer. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Radio Transmission-Spread Spectrum en_US
dc.subject Electron & Telecommunication Engineering -Research Report en_US
dc.subject Research Report en_US
dc.title Development of a prototype DS-CDMA System en_US
dc.type Article-Full-text en_US
dc.identifier.department Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineeriong en_US
dc.identifier.accno 70511 en_US
dc.identifier.year 1998 en_US

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