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Problem 1. Given the signal x(t) = 11 (£) + cos(irt), do the followings: (a) Find the Fourier transform of x(t); (b) Sketch the magnitude spectrum; and (c) determine whether x(t) isan energy or power signa. Justify your answers. (a) From the Fourier Transform table, we know TIC4) <> T sihe(mET) , os (omfet) <> El5t-frsgfep he en eo a sive(4tf) , test) = 2[s¢f-4) + 8¢f+4)) > xtprs dsine (enf) + + (6¢f-4) + 8 +4)] bine (anf) | + £6G-f+ LSC Fee) 4 ) [al =4 ae SAE are gee Ce) ye TER) Fo an energy Agrel with Ex = 4, 50 vis prwer Pe =a « Xt) = ws (Tt) 5 an overlosting, period ie signal with, in finite enera’y aud finite power a Xelt) tS a pruey signed . Ct Xt) has iifratte enert] and Zed oP S => xWe finite, PY fez ot ia xu) 4 pues atansh s Problem 2. Consider a baseband signal, x(t), with an amplitude spectrum given in Fig. (a), where W = 1 KHz. The signal is multiplied with a carrier wave, A, cos 2nf.t, producing a DSB signal xpsp(t). ‘This DSB signal Is applied to the coherent detector shown in Fig. 1(b). Assume perfect synchronism between the carrier wave in the modulator and detector. (a) Sketch the amplitude spectrum of the DSB signal xpsq (t) when f. (b) Sketch the amplitude spectrum of the detector output when fe {c) Sketch the amplitude spectrum of the DSB signal xsp(t) when fz with this modulated signal? (d) What is the minimum usable carrier frequency f.? SKHz. .SKHz. .75K Hz. Is there any problem xp 3 spst So f w Acct ure 1@) igure 10) li fitle) s : L a Xesg™ Kose % ps oe _—— \$C) Problem 3. Consider AM modulation for a baseband signal m(t) = 2.cos 2nf,t + 3 cos 27a, where fy = 3KH2 and fy = 6KHz. Assume the carrier frequency is 100KHz and the carrier peak value is 10. 41) Find the normalized signal my (t) for m(t) so that the peak value of [my (¢)] i 2. 2) Write the expression of AM modulated signal for my(t) in terms of the modulation index x. 3) Sketch the spectrum of the AM modulated signal for x = 0.5. 4) For 4 = 0.5, determine the power contained in: (1) the carrier, and (2) each of the sidebands. 5) Calculate the efficiency of the AM signal with 1 = 0.5 using the values obtained in part 4). b Mas, My np me = ob lsamfit + 6 wsoTf.t () Xam = te (it mya) wsrmft = (4 Mod cosrmfit t he o.bestfrt ) coat fect =(lo + dasa ret + fp cos 2 bovet ) les Gr roeeo ( Q) For M=0.5, Xam (19+ Deosrt grot + 3- 27 bunt) vlos anf t ee" , C : at “9 bee a-eCSSS*~*CS ty (HH) bo @ The Gamer com poner» b- cetodct > power= ticks The Sidebous s (2 tay snot “+ 3 cosa a1 beret ) cos orf t @ @ Psy = 2 { power of ©) = #8 roetrme t= t+: z 5 9 Poy t bse _ bho _ ae al 5) y= P. Peg Pe a pr2ab4so 3% ‘A = Problem 4. (A) A! os receiver is tuned to a station with carrier frequency 1600 KHz. The intermediate frequency (IF) ofthe receivers 650 KH. Whatis the local osclator frequency atthe receiver? What s the image frequency for this station? {8) If aGub-heterodyne receiver is tuned toa station at 1600 KHz, The intermediate frequency (IF) ofthe receiver Is 650 KHz, What needs to be the local oscilator frequency atthe recelver? What isthe image frequency for this station? boots \$x = b50He eee ar fg = [bvt fy = 22b> kth, Fro (>f2) Tinage Preneeny! : Siot fg = evtbso = > pe He eiikay = bbb, m ep F B) —>— (K fiy2 fo-fe= UP Mh feo (