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Can someone please explain the CDMA graphs (lecture scanned notes provided)

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Can someone please explain the CDMA graphs on page 2 below... I am having difficulty understanding them.

thanks in advance


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It shows mixing two signals with different code words, then recovering the individual signals by applying the appropriate codeword
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