A baseband signal m(t) is the periodic sawtooth signal shown in figure 1. Where a) Write eqation for b) Determine the frequency deviation c) Estimate the bandwidth of the angle modulated signal. Assume the bandwidth of m(t) to be the fifth harmonic frequency of m(t) d) Sketch for this signal m(t).

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