SSS Online

Volume 4 - Number 1 -- Spring, 1995

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This issue is devoted entirely to James Vincent's article. Due to complicated copyright issues, we are not able to post the figures for James Vincent's Article. To obtain a copy of the complete article or just the figures -- please contact him directly by email:

Article Description Page
Rumors & Ramblings Announcement of the Harris Prism chipset, other new products from Stanford Microdevices, Advanced RF Design, Inc, and Amber Technologies. 2
Editorial SSS Starts its 4th year of publication, "Vapor" Products, Intellectual Property Rights and Other Timely Gripes. 3
Washington Scene The FCC Changes The Rules on 915 and 2400 MHz Bands - discussion of the impact of the FCC's February 1995 Report and Order. 4
Sidebar: Constant Envelope Modulation Discussion of the CEM power advantage for DS system design. 5
GATT Forces Strategy Changes for Inventors Article by patent attorney Curtis Harrington on the patent impacts of the GATT treaty. 6
From the RFSS Workbench New column aimed at practical findings from RFSS's current work. Thoughts on the Stanford Telecom SREL -2000A-45 IC DS Modem, and its use in a 16 MHz QPSK modulator design. 8
Sidebar: Useful PN Codes A Gold Code set and a Kasami Code set. 10

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