 # Advantages of clientserver networks 1 centralized

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Where: C is the channel capacity in bits per second (bps), B is the bandwidth inhertz (Hz), S is the signal power in watts, N is the noise power in watts.In this case, we have the signal power (S) as 34 dB and the noise power (N) as 4dB. We need to convert these values to watts before applying the formula.Converting signal power from dB to watts: S_watts = 10^(S/10) S_watts =10^(34/10) S_watts = 10^3.4 S_watts = 2511.886432Converting noise power from dB to watts: N_watts = 10^(N/10) N_watts =10^(4/10) N_watts = 10^0.4 N_watts = 2.511886432Now, let's assume a voice grade channel typically has a bandwidth of 4000 Hz (4kHz). We can substitute the values into the formula:C = 4000 * log2(1 + (2511.886432 / 2.511886432))Simplifying the equation:C = 4000 * log2(1 + 1000)C = 4000 * log2(1001)C = 4000 * 9.965784C ≈ 39863.136 bpsTherefore, the maximum channel capacity of the voice grade channel isapproximately 39,863.136 bps.  ## Want to read all 38 pages?

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