7.3-5 A pulse p(t) is shown in Fig. P7. 3-5 satisfies Nyquist criterion. If f1 = 0.8 MHz and f2 = 1.2 MHz determine the maximum rate at which binary data can be transmitted by this pulse using Nyquist criterion. What is the roll-off factor?

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