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FrequencyHoppingSpreadSpectrum is a technique for utilizing spectrum in a thoughtful way. FHSS chooses a set of small channels (say 1MHz) within a band and then periodically (and predictably) hops between them (perhaps every 224 microseconds?). [[802.11]] requires the implementation of this, but [[802.11b]] abandons it in favor of [[802.11]]. FrequencyHoppingSpreadSpectrum is a technique for using radio spectrum. FHSS chooses a set of small channels (say 1MHz) within a band and then periodically (and predictably) hops between them (every 224 microseconds?). [[802.11]] requires the implementation of FHSS, but [[802.11b]] abandons it in favor of [[802.11]].

FrequencyHoppingSpreadSpectrum is a technique for using radio spectrum. FHSS chooses a set of small channels (say 1MHz) within a band and then periodically (and predictably) hops between them (every 224 microseconds?). 802.11 requires the implementation of FHSS, but 802.11b abandons it in favor of 802.11.

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FHSS (last edited 2012-05-12 09:18:52 by DanRasmussen)