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Complementary code keying

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  1. a modulation scheme used with wireless networks (WLANs) that employ the IEEE 802.11b specification

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  2. In 1999, CCK was adopted to replace the Barker code in wireless digital networks

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  3. modulation used by 802.11b transmits data in symbols of eight chips, where each chip is a complex QPSK bit-pair at a chip rate of 11Mchip/s

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  4. Complementary codes, first introduced by Golay in 1961 are sets of finite sequences of equal length, such that the number of pairs of identical elements with any given separation in one sequence is equal to the number of pairs of unlike elements havi

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  5. The complementary codes first discussed by Golay were pairs of binary complementary codes and he noted that when the elements of a code of length N were either or 1 it followed immediately from their definition that the sum of their respective autoco

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  6. a variation and improvement on, M-ary Orthogonal Keying and utilises ‘polyphase complementary codes’

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