#### Problem Statement: Principles of Communications

**Frequency Modulation Problem Solving**

What is the bandwidth of a narrowband FM signal generated by a 2 kHz audio signal and 110 MHz FM carrier?

A. 2 kHz

B. 6 kHz

C. 8 kHz

D. 4 kHz

#### Problem Answer:

The bandwidth of a narrowband FM signal generated by a 2 kHz audio signal and 110 MHz FM carrier is equal to **4 kHz**.

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