Direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) is a data conveying technology utilized in local area wireless network transmissions. An information signal at the sending station is associated with a high data rate bit sequence, which partitions user information depending on a spreading proportion. Direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) is utilized to diminish signal interference. The direct-sequence modulation makes the communicated signal more extensive in bandwidth than the data bandwidth. After the despreading or removal of the direct-sequence modulation in the receiver, the data bandwidth is reestablished, while the unintentional and intentional interference is considerably diminished.