5.1-2 A baseband signal m(t) is the periodic sawtooth signal shown in Fig. P5.1-2 (a) Sketch for the signal m(t) (b) Show that the PM signal is equivalent to a PM signal modulated by a rectangular periodic message. Explain why it is necessary to use in this case. [Note that the PM signal has a constant frequency but has phase discontinuities corresponding to the discontinuities of m(t).]

image 519 - 5.1-2 A baseband signal m(t) is the periodic sawtooth signal shown in Fig. P5.1-2 (a) Sketch for the signal m(t) (b) Show that the PM signal is equivalent to a PM signal modulated by a rectangular periodic message. Explain why it is necessary to use in this case. [Note that the PM signal has a constant frequency but has phase discontinuities corresponding to the discontinuities of m(t).]
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