Physical Layer Signal Analysis and Construction
October 3, 2015
Objective:
The objectives of this laboratory are to:
Become familiar with the physical electrical signals that can be transmitted
on co
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ECET 355
Homework 3
P4-3.
Draw the graph of the NRZ-L scheme using each of the following streams.
a. 00000000
a)
b. 11111111
c. 01010101
d. 00110011
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
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CPET 35500
Homework 5
P6-4 We need to use synchronous TEM and combine 20 digital sources, each 100 Kbps. Each output
slot carries 1 bit from each digital source, but one extra bit is added
Gary Green
CPET 35500
Homework 4
P5-1
Calculate the baud rate for the given bit rate and type of modulation.
b)
4000 bps. ASK
r = log22 = 1 S = (1/1) x (4000) bps = 4000 baud
d)
36000 bps, 64-QAM
r =
Gary Green
ECET 355
Homework #2
P3-4.
What is the bandwidth of a signal that can be decomposed into five sine waves with frequencies at 0, 20,
50, 100 and 200 Hz? All peak amplitudes are the same. Dra
Gary Green
CPET 355
Homework 1
Q2-2.
Which layers of the TCP/IP protocol suite are involved in a link-layer switch?
The link-layer switch is normally involved in the first two layers of the TCP/IP pro
1. Part I. Consider Rayleigh fading channel where the received power i is exponentially distributed. The pdf of i is
p( i ) = 1 exp(
0
i ) 0
where 0 is a known constant. 1.) If the threshold of outage
Ethernet Global Data Notes
Current versions of KEPServerEX (tested on v4.180.338) 11/22/2006 Document v1.01
Introduction
This document covers the setup and configuration of a project using the GE-Fanu
Final class Project ECET 111
OBJECTIVE Design a Gravity Drag Strip Integrate key semester topics into a single project Synthesis information and provide an oral and written feedback on project Working