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modulation - Consider a modulation scheme defined as...

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Consider a modulation scheme defined as follows: ) 2 cos( ) ( ) 2 cos( )] ( ) ( 2 1 [ ) 2 cos( )] ( 1 [ ) ( 2 2 t f t g t f t m t m t f t m t s C C c π π π = + + = + = where m (t) is the modulating baseband message signal and s (t) is the modulated bandpass signal. (a) For a particular message signal of ) ( ) ( T t Sa t m π = , draw G (f), the Fourier Transform of g (t); label important frequencies and amplitude values. (b) For the m (t) given in part (a), draw
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