# Survey of Results on Signal Patterns for Locating One or Multiple Targets

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## Abstract

There are two main categories in spread spectrum. In this section we describe the one which is called frequency hop spread spectrum. In this area we have the following fundamental problem:

“We have an object which is moving towards (or away from) us and we want to determine the distance and velocity of that object.”

## Keywords

Finite Field Multiple Target Signal Pattern Permutation Matrix Primitive Element
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