REALIZATION OF FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM IN HIGH-SPEED WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
The primary goal of designing a digital communication system is to receive data that is identical to the data given by the transmitter. Military communications have frequently employed frequency hopping devices to guard against enemy jamming, interception, and detection. In conventional frequency hopping (FH) systems, the transmitter's pseudo-random code sequence determines the hopping frequency selection, and the receiver responds in precise synchrony with the transmitter's hopping pattern. This study proposes a novel message-driven frequency hopping (MDFH) system to address the ever-increasing demand on information capacity and lessen the strain of synchronization. The hopping frequency selection process may be made to incorporate some information, which can considerably increase the spectral efficiency of the FH system. To show the suggested scheme's higher performance and improved security characteristics, quantitative analysis is performed.