Multiple Access Using Periodic Clock Changes through Slow Fading Multipath Channel
This paper presents a new multiple access technique through a slow fading multipath channel. It is based on Periodic Clock Changes method.
KeywordsImpulse Response Multiple Access Fading Multipath Channel Frequency Support Frequency Hopping
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