Frequency hopping with analog messages/
Myers, Glen A.
Ha, Tri T.
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All presently known frequency hopping (FH) systems transmit digital data. Consequently a clock is a typical part of the system. This research consists of a breadboard realization of a FH transmitter and receiver. Voice and/or music in analog form are transmitted using a FH carrier. Hopping is random in time and pseudo-random in frequency. The message which is recovered and heard using a speaker is of good quality.
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