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FDM systems can be implemented in either a direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) scheme or an orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) scheme. In the DSSS scheme, the digital transmission data to be sent from a base station to a mobile terminal or mobile station is multiplied by a spreading sequence prior to transmission. The spreading sequence is typically a pseudo-noise (PN) sequence that is generated at the transmitting terminal, and whose output repeats periodically in time. The output of the spreading sequence is spread to a wider bandwidth, which enables the PN sequence to be orthogonal to those of other users of the same system. In the OFDM scheme, the data is modulated onto orthogonal subcarriers.
The use of FDM technology permits the definition of many different user channels or communications links in the same radio frequency spectrum. For example, in a DSSS CDMA system, the same CDMA code is used to spread the data being transmitted by each mobile user. This reduces the interference between multiple users and improves the frequency spectrum efficiency of the system.
However, FDM systems have one inherent deficiency in that the bandwidth of each user channel is limited. That is, the bandwidth of the transmission channel from the base station to a given mobile user is limited by the bandwidth of the spreading sequence used to spread the data. As such, the bandwidth available for the transmission of data from the base station to the mobile user is therefore limited. This can be a problem if there is a lot of user traffic and data to be transmitted, since it will limit the overall efficiency of the system.//
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