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Other Modulation Problem

Started by Texas Longhorns March 31, 2004
A baseband signal m(t) that has a Gaussian (amplitude) distribution
frequency modulates a transmitter. Assume that the modulation has a
zero-mean value and a peak value of Vp = 4*(sigma). The FM signal is
transmitted over an additive white Gaussian noise channel. Let Beta = 3 and
B = 15KHz. Find (S/N)out/(S/N)baseband when:

A. No deemphasis is used.
B. 75-u sec deemphasis is used.

Again I desperately need help with this problem too. I would appreciate any
help.





Texas Longhorns wrote:
> A baseband signal m(t) that has a Gaussian (amplitude) distribution > frequency modulates a transmitter. Assume that the modulation has a > zero-mean value and a peak value of Vp = 4*(sigma). The FM signal is > transmitted over an additive white Gaussian noise channel. Let Beta = > 3 and B = 15KHz. Find (S/N)out/(S/N)baseband when: > > A. No deemphasis is used. > B. 75-u sec deemphasis is used. > > Again I desperately need help with this problem too. I would > appreciate any help.
How do you hope to learn if you get other people to do your homework for you? Carlos