6.1-5 Signals are applied at the inputs of ideal low-pass filters. The outputs y1(t) and y2(t) of these filters are multiplied to obtain the signal y(t) = y1(t)y2(t). Find the Nyquist rate of y1(t),y2(t), and y(t). Use the convolution property and the width property of convolution to determine the bandwidth of y1(t)y2(t). See also Prob. 6.1-1.

image 566 - 6.1-5 Signals are applied at the inputs of ideal low-pass filters. The outputs y1(t) and y2(t) of these filters are multiplied to obtain the signal y(t) = y1(t)y2(t). Find the Nyquist rate of y1(t),y2(t), and y(t). Use the convolution property and the width property of convolution to determine the bandwidth of y1(t)y2(t). See also Prob. 6.1-1.
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