HSN – Hopping Sequence Number
Frequency hopping is employed in frequency division spread spectrum to hide the data channels in the noise or to avoid interference from other users of the common spectrum. It is also employed in fading channels to improve the quality of the radio connection. The hopping pattern must be known both by the receiver and the transmitter. This pattern is described using a hopping sequence and identified by the HSN.
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