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' ' ' " ' a;l;es_.\r =200kHzand
5.3- The design 15 shown 1n lug-ore 55.3-2. In this case. the NBFM generator gene:- 01
£13.: 9 to 10 11s. The ﬁnal WBFM should have fa, = 96 M112 and qu, = 20 kl-Iz. The total factor of frequency
multiplication needed is M;
4.5—1 From Eq. (4.25)
Hi (f+fc)+Hi(f — fa)
Figure 34.5-1 shows H,- (f ~ f.) + H1- (f + fc) and the reciprocal, which is Ho (f).
Ho (f) = |f| S 2nB
Fig. 34.5-1 4.5-2 We use 1.5 MHz as the carrier frequency. Thus, the VSB uses all the lower sideband wid
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