Modulation for Digital Radio Broadcasting Using Amplitude Autocorrelation of Pseudo Random Noise Codes to Carry Information

Abstract

The frequency bands used in mobile communications are allocated according to the type of application. With the need for more channels, the frequency spectrum has become a scarce natural resource. This study shows the results of a proposed modulation using a variation of the autocorrelation of pseudo-random codes to carry information. The work also presents the generation of multiple orthogonal axes to increase the bit rate thus improving the channel efficiency.

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Carvalho, F. and Walter, F. (2013) Modulation for Digital Radio Broadcasting Using Amplitude Autocorrelation of Pseudo Random Noise Codes to Carry Information. Communications and Network, 5, 57-64. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2012.

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