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NCJ Number: 30978 Find in a Library
Title: MIXED BASE MODULATION - A NEW TECHNIQUE (FROM CARNAHAN CONFERENCE ON ELECTRONIC CRIME COUNTERMEASURES, 1971 PROCEEDINGS - SEE NCJ-02891)
Author(s): W P SOBORNE
Corporate Author: University of Kentucky
United States of America
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 22
Sponsoring Agency: Kentucky Cmssn on Law Enforcement and Crime Prevention
Frankfort, KY 40601
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF A BANDSPREADING MODULATION TECHNIQUE CALLED MIXED BASE MODULATION (MBM) WHICH IS UNIQUE IN THAT THRESHOLD LEVEL AND HIGH SIGNAL-TO-NOISE GAIN CAN BE TRADED AT A FIXED BANDSPREADING RATIO.
Abstract: MBM IS DISCUSSED AS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF SPECTRUM UTILIZATION IN LIGHT OF FUTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURE VOICE AND DATA TRANSMISSION. THE LIMITATIONS ON MBM CAUSED BY A LEVEL OF HARDWARE COMPLEXITY WHICH IS MUCH HIGHER THAN FM (FREQUENCY MODULATION) ARE ALSO REVIEWED.
Index Term(s): Police equipment; Police radio frequencies; Police telecommunications systems; Ultrahigh frequencies; Very high frequencies
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