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Q11.
Channels display multi-path due to
Q12.
The method in which the tail of one pulse smears into adjacent symbol interval is called as
Q13.
If each pulse of the sequence to be detected is in _____ shape, the pulse can be detected without ISI.
Q14.
What is symbol rate packing?
Answer: (a).Maximum possible symbol transmission rate
Q15.
A nyquist pulse is the one which can be represented by _____ shaped pulse multiplied by another time function.
Q16.
Examples of nyquist filters are
Answer: (c).Root raised & Raised cosine filter
Q17.
The minimum nyquist bandwidth for the rectangular spectrum in raised cosine filter is
Q18.
Roll off factor is the fraction of
Answer: (b).Excess bandwidth and minimum nyquist bandwidth
Q19.
Which value of r (roll off factor) is considered as Nyquist minimum bandwidth case?