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Comparison of speech performance for the same BERs in FDMA and CD900 Systems

Comparison of speech performance for the same BERs in FDMA and CD900 Systems
Comparison of speech performance for the same BERs in FDMA and CD900 Systems
7.1-7.9
Cheng, NT
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Steele, R
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Lam, R
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Wong, KHH
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Wong, KHJ
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Cheng, NT
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Steele, R
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Lam, R
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Wong, KHH
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Wong, KHJ
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Cheng, NT, Steele, R, Lam, R, Wong, KHH and Wong, KHJ (1987) Comparison of speech performance for the same BERs in FDMA and CD900 Systems. IEEE Colloquium on 'Methods of Combatting Multipath in Wideband Cellular Digital Mobile Radio Systems. 7.1-7.9 .

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Published date: October 1987
Additional Information: Organisation: IEEE Address: Savoy Place, London, UK
Venue - Dates: IEEE Colloquium on 'Methods of Combatting Multipath in Wideband Cellular Digital Mobile Radio Systems, 1987-10-01
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/253665
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Date deposited: 27 Jun 2000
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:05

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