Harris Corporation Introduces New Frequency-Hopping Waveforms

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jackj

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Sounds like Spread Spectrum to me and that's been around for decades. Heck, I used to have a cordless phone that used that technology. Harris may have come up with a faster way to change frequencies and a better way to sync the frequency jumps but that's nothing new.
 

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I agree the U.S. Armed Forces have used freq hopping technology for a long time. Have a buddy that programs and services field radios for the army overseas. They use evey type of freqs you can think of, only thing he could ever tell me about there communications was that they use VHF for squad comms and that was the end of the conversation and that was fine by me.
 
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