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- Solution: How much power is at the carrier frequency?
- Solution: Estimate the bandwidth of the FM signal using Carson’s formula
- Solution: Calculate the first two pairs of sidebands for an FM signal
- Solution: Use Carsonโs rule to determine the bandwidth of an FM channel
- Solution: Solve for the highest upper sideband frequency in MHz
- Solution: What is the bandwidth of an AM signal whose carrier is 2.1 MHz
- Solution: What is the total power supplied by an AM transmitter with a carrier power of 2500 W
- Solution: Write the formula of the frequency modulation (FM)
- Solution: A carrier (fc = 100 MHz, A, = 25 V) is frequency modulated by the sine wave
- Solution: What is the maximum efficiency value for an AM system
- Solution: Calculate the carrier and modulating frequencies, the modulation index and deviation
- Solution: What is the quality factor for a 2 MHz carrier and 50 dB sideband suppression
- Solution: Determine the frequency of the modulating signal
- Solution: A 107.6 MHz carrier is frequency modulated by a 7 kHz sine wave
- Solution: Find the approximate bandwidth of the FM waveform
- Solution: Determine the frequency deviation and carrier swing
- Solution: An AM carrier wave of frequency f = 1 MHz with pack voltage of 20 V
- Solution: What is the frequency deviation and carrier swing necessary
- Solution: Write its expression and calculate power efficiency
- Solution: What will be the modulation index (ฮผ)
- Solution: What is the amplitude of the carrier?
- Solution: What is the modulation index of an FM signal having a carrier swing of 100 kHz
- Solution: What is the bandwidth of a narrowband FM signal
- Solution: What is the bandwidth (kHz) of an FM signal with 5 kHz maximum frequency deviation
- Solution: How much power at 85% modulation with an amplitude modulated transmitter
- Solution: Determine its deviation ratio
- Solution: Determine the percent modulation of an FM signal which is being broadcast
- Solution: What is the maximum phase deviation that can be present in an FM radio broadcast signal
- Solution: An FM transmitter outputs 1 kW of power when modulated by a 3 kHz sinusoid
- Solution: For a modulation coefficient m = 0.2 and an unmodulated carrier power Pc = 1000 W
- Solution: Determine the power in the sidebands as a percentage of the total power
- Solution: What is the total sideband power radiated?
- Solution: Determine the power content of each of the sidebands and of the carrier of an AM
- Solution: Find the power efficiency of an AM wave for a modulation index of 0.3
- Solution: What will be the percentage savings if the carrier is suppressed
- Solution: What would be the percentage power saving
- Solution: How much of this is the sidebands power?
- Solution: Calculate the total power supplied by an AM transmitter
- Solution: Determine the modulation index and total power radiated
- Solution: Determine the modulation index
- Solution: If modulation index is 0.6 Calculate the carrier current in antenna
- Solution: Calculate carrier power and power of each sidebands

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