To date, all major reserves for improving the quality of wireless communication are almost exhausted. It is becoming clear to all wireless network designers and manufacturers that instead of using the standard principles of network efficiency enhancement, they should focus their efforts on implementing other principles of radio exchange by creating new code sequences. The Barker-like sequence is taken as the main sequence, and then each element of the main sequence is replaced by a direct or inverse additional Barker-like sequence, depending on whether there is zero or one in the main Barker-like sequence. An algorithm for the synthesis of Barker-like sequences using ideal ring bundles of different types is proposed. The method of constructing Barker combined signals and their autocorrelation functions are considered. The simulation of the obtained Barker-like sequences in the LabVIEW software environment is performed.