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Spread spectrum and code division multiple access (CDMA) have significant applications in radar, navigation, and telecommunication systems. This textbook about these technologies, written by Ipatov (U. of Turku, Finland and St. Petersburg Electrotechnical U. "LETI", Russia) for postgraduate and undergraduate students, presents the fundamental ideas of spread spectrum and CDMA in a general form equally applicable to systems of collecting and recovering information and telecommunication systems and networks, attempting to maintain a tight connection to classical signal and communication theory. He particularly emphasizes the design of spread spectrum signals, seeking to show the full range of signal families and the freedom they give the designer. Matlab and other exercise problems are presented at the end of every theoretical chapter. Annotation c2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR"
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