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Disadvantages of using AM for DSSS/FHSS Spread Spectrum?



 
 
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Old April 29th 08, 12:41 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.comp.home-networking,microsoft.public.windows.networking.wireless
Eeyore
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Default Disadvantages of using AM for DSSS/FHSS Spread Spectrum?



The Natural Philosopher wrote:

Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:

A load of nonsense.



Ive no idea why you hv cross-posted this to uk.broadband, which is about
IP over wires, not radios..

However, the whole post suggests that you really do not understand
modulation of RF signals at all.


You haven't met Radium before obviously. It seems he has Asperger's syndrome or
maybe he fakes it.

He regularly posts bizarre and ill-informed requests for info that indicate
some kind of obsessional behaviour and crossposting to multiple (and often
irrelevant) groups is his forte.

As far as I can see he's mainly seeking attention.


Graham

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Old April 29th 08, 01:39 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.comp.home-networking,microsoft.public.windows.networking.wireless
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Default Disadvantages of using AM for DSSS/FHSS Spread Spectrum?

Eeyore wrote:

The Natural Philosopher wrote:

Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
A load of nonsense.


Ive no idea why you hv cross-posted this to uk.broadband, which is about
IP over wires, not radios..

However, the whole post suggests that you really do not understand
modulation of RF signals at all.


You haven't met Radium before obviously. It seems he has Asperger's syndrome or
maybe he fakes it.

He regularly posts bizarre and ill-informed requests for info that indicate
some kind of obsessional behaviour and crossposting to multiple (and often
irrelevant) groups is his forte.

As far as I can see he's mainly seeking attention.


Graham

Fairy Nuff. In some way that is the human condition ;-)

 




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