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Bit Error Rate Performance of Spread Spectrum Communication Systems for AWGN Channels

Revathy R.; P. R. Saseendran Pillai

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

The digital communication technologies have gained immense significance as it provides secure and error free services. One of the major advantages of digital communication is that they are much resistant to transmitted as well as interpreted errors. For ensuring the security of data, the most suitable method is to use spread spectrum technique. The spread spectrum technique has gained immense popularity for use in various systems as the spreading of the spectral bandwidth offer many advantages, including the establishment of secure communications, increasing resistance to interference, noise rejection, and so on. The signals which are modulated by using these techniques cannot be jammed and are very hard to interfere. This paper presents the results of investigation of BPSK based direct sequence spread spectrum systems for Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) and undersea channels. The bit error rate performance of BPSK based direct sequence spread spectrum systems has been simulated for the AWGN channel and the results have been plotted.

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