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Computer Sciences
Computer Network
Suppose that A B and C are simultaneously
Suppose that A B and C are simultaneously
Suppose that A, B, and C are simultaneously transmitting 0 bits, using a CDMA system with the chip sequences of Fig. 2-45(b). What is the resulting chip sequence?
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