Channel signature modulation

A communication system for ad-hoc networks in dispersive channels

Channel Signature Modulation is a communication system for ad-hoc networks in dispersive channels. The technique is particularly efficient in situations where the communicating nodes operate in highly dispersive environments. Typical examples of highly time dispersive channels include wireless systems with large bandwidth, power line communication (eg for Smart Grids), underwater channels etc. Additionally the invention is particularly beneficial in scenarios where a number of users attempt to exchange messages in an ad-hoc network.

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