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frequency hopping

frequency hopping

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General conceptGeneral conceptof of Frequency hoppingFrequency hopping
 
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During a call, a number of physical effects influence the perceived radio environment between a mobile station and a base station. One such effect is multipath fading, whichmeans that transmitted signals reach the receiver via multiple paths. Depending on the difference in path length.Another effect is various types of interference. Thedominating type is normally co-channel interference, butother types, such as adjacent channel interference,intermodulation products, military sources etc. must beconsidered as well.
 
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The destructive interference produced by multipathfading is called ³fading-dips´. Fading dips may cause speechquality degradation.For different frequencies, the fading dips will occur atslightly different positions in space.

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