6.2-4 Five telemetry signals, each of bandwidth 1 KHz, are quantized and binary coded. These signals are time-division multiplexed (signal bits interleaved). Choose the number of quantization levels so that the maximum error in sample amplitudes is no greater than 0.2% of the peak signal amplitude. The signal must be sampled at least 20% above the Nyquist rate. Determine the data rate (bits per second) of the multiplexed signal.

image 570 1024x139 - 6.2-4 Five telemetry signals, each of bandwidth 1 KHz, are quantized and binary coded. These signals are time-division multiplexed (signal bits interleaved). Choose the number of quantization levels so that the maximum error in sample amplitudes is no greater than 0.2% of the peak signal amplitude. The signal must be sampled at least 20% above the Nyquist rate. Determine the data rate (bits per second) of the multiplexed signal.

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