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decisions become the better system. The channel noise was ignored in previous simulations

because the jamming dominated the noise. This appears to remain the case for the higher SNR

as the values for the worst-case jamming remain close to the same. The only part of the graphs

where the channel noise or fading had any effect was the SNR values from zero to ten.

10-1

10-2

jdc = 0.00032 jdc = 0.0016 jdc = 0.008 jdc = 0.04 jdc = 0.2 jdc = 1

10-1

10-2

jdc = 0.00032 jdc = 0.0016 jdc = 0.008 jdc = 0.04 jdc = 0.2 jdc = 1 AWGN

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Figure 19 - Bit Decision Jamming in AWGN (left) and Rayleigh Fading Channels (Right)

10-1

10-2

jdc = 0.00032 jdc = 0.0016 jdc = 0.008 jdc = 0.04 jdc = 0.2 jdc = 1 AWGN

10-1

10-2

jdc = 0.00032 jdc = 0.0016 jdc = 0.008 jdc = 0.04 jdc = 0.2 jdc = 1 AWGN

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BER

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Figure 20 - Chip Decision Jamming in AWGN (left) and Rayleigh Fading Channels (Right)

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