i am a college student and my instructors is asking me to have a report about complementary code keying. I try to research about it, but it is still not clear for me. Can you give me some ideas how this complementary code keying works?
Re: what is complementary code keying?
8 years 1 week ago #35477
Hi,this is prety much a very vast topic with alot of engineering technical definitions. But complementary code keying a.k.a CCK is a form of modulation scheme using carrier waves in wireless networks that are bound to the IEEE 802.11b standard. Its really a hard thing to explain coz i might need like a whole page to do it, so i suggest u check out Wikipedia's explanation - its quite detailed.[img][url]
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