(5 pts) Pulse Code Modulation A compact disc (CD) records audio signal bandwidth equals 15 kHz. (a) (2 pts) Determine the sampling rate it the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) (1 pt) If the samples are uniformly quantized into M=65.536 levels, determine the average signal to noise ratio (SNR). Assume uniform distribution for the audio signal as well. (c) (1 pt) Assuming binary encoding, determine the number of bits per second required to encode the audio signal. (d) (1 pt) Assuming square pulses, determine the first null bandwidth of the PCM signal.

image 579 - (5 pts) Pulse Code  Modulation A compact disc (CD) records audio signal bandwidth equals 15 kHz. (a) (2 pts) Determine the sampling rate it the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) (1 pt) If the samples are uniformly quantized into M=65.536 levels, determine the average signal to noise ratio (SNR). Assume uniform distribution for the audio signal as well. (c) (1 pt) Assuming binary encoding, determine the number of bits per second required to encode the audio signal. (d) (1 pt) Assuming square pulses, determine the first null bandwidth of the PCM signal.
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sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically) images - (5 pts) Pulse Code  Modulation A compact disc (CD) records audio signal bandwidth equals 15 kHz. (a) (2 pts) Determine the sampling rate it the signal is to be sampled at a rate 20% above the Nyquist rate. (b) (1 pt) If the samples are uniformly quantized into M=65.536 levels, determine the average signal to noise ratio (SNR). Assume uniform distribution for the audio signal as well. (c) (1 pt) Assuming binary encoding, determine the number of bits per second required to encode the audio signal. (d) (1 pt) Assuming square pulses, determine the first null bandwidth of the PCM signal. already a member please login