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Course: ECE 461, Fall 2009
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of University Illinois 1.(a) Problem Set #5: Solutions Page 1 of 4 ECE 361 Spring 2001 The signals are illustrated below for the two cases 0 T/2 and T/2 &lt; T. They are obviously orthogonal if = 0 or = T. They are not antipodal for any . 0 T/2, T/2 T s0(t) s0(t) s1(t) T s1(t) T h(t) h(t) (b) Almost by inspection (see figure above), E 0 = A2 , E 1 = A2 T, and A2 , s0 , s 1 = 2 A...

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