Two signal m1(t) and m2(t) both band-limited to 5000 Hz. Are to be transmitted simultaneously over a channel by the multiplexing scheme shown below. The signal at point b is the multiplexing signa, which now modulates a carrier of frequency 20,000 Hz. The modulated signal at point c is transmitted over a channel.

image 483 - Two signal m1(t) and m2(t) both band-limited to 5000 Hz. Are to be transmitted simultaneously over a channel by the multiplexing  scheme shown below. The signal at point b is the multiplexing signa, which now modulates a carrier of frequency 20,000 Hz. The modulated signal at point c is transmitted over a channel.

image 485 - Two signal m1(t) and m2(t) both band-limited to 5000 Hz. Are to be transmitted simultaneously over a channel by the multiplexing  scheme shown below. The signal at point b is the multiplexing signa, which now modulates a carrier of frequency 20,000 Hz. The modulated signal at point c is transmitted over a channel.

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