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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 18100: Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering Fall 2009
Exam 2: October 29, 2009 Closed Book Write your answers in the space provided. Do your work as neatly as possible. Cross out any
work that is not pertinent to your final solution. The grader reserves the right to mark solutions
as incorrect if she cannot follow your train of thought in the problem, or read your handwriting.
BE CLEAR AND CONCISE IN YOUR ANSWERS. Show all work! Answers that have incorrect
units (or no units at all) will have points taken off. We recommend that you do the problems that
you are comfortable with ﬁrst and then attack the ones that may take you more time last. Problem 1 (30 points)
Problem 2 (25 points)
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as we represented it in class: a) (5 points). Recall the modulation system below that we discussed for AM transmission: m(t) x(t) (modulatcdi’transmitted signal) c(t) = cos(e)ct) lfthe frequency of c(t) is (so = 27t* l 00 kHz, sketch X(f) for the MG) we have above if the frequency fm
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