The software developed, a user-friendly java applet, provides the capability of constructing Constant Amplitude Zero Autocorrelation (CAZAC) codes of any finite length. It allows for the analysis of such codes in the presence of doppler shifts and various noises, with radar and communication applications in mind. Although constantly under construction, the java applet is accessible by the appropriate link on the side.

For a more detailed report on the research findings of CAZAC codes, please refer to the following link:

Implementation and Application of CAZAC codes <----COMING SOON

The construction of this site is due to:



John J. Benedetto
Darren Deanto
Jeffrey Donatelli
Joseph Ryan
Jesse Sugar-Moore
Enrico Au-Yeung

Please refer any questions or comments to:


  John J. Benedetto
Professor of Mathematics
University of Maryland, College Park