Sep 19, 2017

A 1-KHZ SINUSOIDAL SIGNAL PHASE MODULATES A CARRIER AT 146.52 MHZ WITH A PEAK PHASE DEVIATION OF…

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A 1-kHz sinusoidal signal phase modulates a carrier at 146.52 MHz with a peak phase deviation of 45o. Evaluate the exact magnitude spectra of the PM signal if A= 1. Sketch your result. Using Carson’s rule, evaluate the approximate bandwidth of the PM signal, and see if it is a reasonable number when compared with your spectral plot.



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