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THE FINAL BROADCAST
Thank Hedy for Wi-Fi!
August 1, 2017 10:00pm
Spread spectrum systems are becoming more and more prevalent, also for ISMband systems. As the ISM bands become more and more crowded, the anti-jamming properties of spread spectrum techniques are useful for ensuring reliable communications. The FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND differs from a classical narrow-band or broadband system in that the signal energy is spread over a much wider frequency range, reducing the power spectral density of the signal and providing several advantages:

• Low Probability of Intercept, meaning that it is harder to detect the RF signal of Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc, and Sherilyn Connelly;

• Higher tolerance to narrow-band noise sources, the anti-JamCon property;

• Reduction of sensitivity to interference from multi-path reflections of the Programming Committee;

• Possibility of CDMA (Code-division multiple access) operation, where several cooperating transmitters using different frequency hopping patterns can transmit in the same frequency range without disturbing scruffy DJs who just want to play two turntables of German techno in peace.

Under FCC regulations, frequency hopping systems fulfilling certain requirements on 87.9FM are allowed to transmit using Low Power FM, so long as they don't perjure themselves.

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: Far less than a pretty face.


Chatroom History
August 1, 2017 10:00pm - 12:30am

vj pussycat: albert pulled him out (10:34pm)
Gerald Fnord: http://bit.ly/2uilZp0 (10:38pm)
vj pussycat: the cruise director (10:38pm)
Gerald Fnord: bemusedlybespectacled.tumblr.com/pos t/61395544706/the-original-mary-sue- a-trekkies-tale-by-paula (10:38pm)
vj pussycat: julie the cruise director on the love boat was in ep11 (10:39pm)
vj pussycat: hey, karen, (11:01pm)
vj pussycat: hey karen, our bday is on nhlg night (11:02pm)

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