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What is the relationship between the bit rate of a signal before and after it has been encoded using DSSS?

Elaborate the relation between the bit rate of a signal before and after it has been encoded using DSSS?
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ronyx
"For an N-bit spreading code, the bit rate after spreading (usually called the chip rate) is N times the original bit rate."
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dharmadaas
The bit rate is quantified while using the bits per second (tad/azines) whole, usually jointly with the Ti prefix such as kilogram- (kbit/S), mega- (Mbit/ersus), giga- (Gbit/ohydrates) or tera- (Tbit/s). Be aware that, even though IEC 60027-a couple of typical specifies a convention for computing machine facts designs throughout base a pair of exponents pertaining to double star multiples,[only two] while conveying a tad rate, the actual SI established practice regarding base ten exponents pertaining to denary several duplicates is usually utilized. A bit pace of a single kbit/s is equivalent to one,000 (103) bps, certainly not one,024 (210) bits per second. Upper-case letter E like Kilobit/S must also not be secondhand.
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