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The Derivation and Use of Side Information in Frequency-Hop Spread Spectrum Communications
Michael B. PURSLEY
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1993/08/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section INVITED PAPER (Special Issue on Spread Spectrum Techniques and Applications)
frequency-hop communications, spread spectrum, error-control coding, packet radio networks,
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The effectiveness of error-control coding in a frequency-hop radio system can be increased greatly by the use of side information that is developed in the radio receiver. The transmission of test symbols provides a simple method for the derivation of side information in a slow-frequency-hop receiver. Requirements on the reliability of the side information are presented, and their implications in determining the necessary number of test symbols are described. Other methods for developing side information are reviewed briefly, and applications of side information to routing protocols for frequency-hop packet radio networks are discussed.