4. A television signal (video and audio) has a bandwidth of 4.5MHz. This signal is sampled quantized and binary-coded to obtain a PCM signal. (15 points) (A) Determine the sampling rate if the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) If the samples are quantized into 1024 levels, determine the number of binary pulses required to encode each sample. (c) Determine the binary pulse rate (bits per second) of the binary coded signal and the bandwidth required to transmit this signal.

image 590 - 4. A television signal (video and audio) has a bandwidth of 4.5MHz. This signal is sampled quantized and binary-coded to obtain a PCM signal. (15 points) (A) Determine the sampling rate if the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) If the samples are quantized into 1024 levels, determine the number of binary pulses required to encode each sample. (c) Determine the binary pulse rate (bits per second) of the binary coded signal and the bandwidth required to transmit this signal.

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sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically) images - 4. A television signal (video and audio) has a bandwidth of 4.5MHz. This signal is sampled quantized and binary-coded to obtain a PCM signal. (15 points) (A) Determine the sampling rate if the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) If the samples are quantized into 1024 levels, determine the number of binary pulses required to encode each sample. (c) Determine the binary pulse rate (bits per second) of the binary coded signal and the bandwidth required to transmit this signal. already a member please login

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