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(Solved): Question 1.a, VSB (vestigial side band) signal, \[ x_{A Y B}(t)=\left[c_{1}+c_{2} x(t)\right] \cos ...




Question 1.a,
VSB (vestigial side band) signal,
\[
x_{A Y B}(t)=\left[c_{1}+c_{2} x(t)\right] \cos \left(2 \pi f_{c} t\right)
Question 1.a, VSB (vestigial side band) signal, \[ x_{A Y B}(t)=\left[c_{1}+c_{2} x(t)\right] \cos \left(2 \pi f_{c} t\right)+c_{2} g(t) \sin \left(2 \pi f_{c} t\right) \] What should \( c 1, c 2, g(t) \) be? Question 1.b In case \( x(t)=6000^{*} \operatorname{sinc}^{\wedge} 2(6000 t) \) signal is modulated with VSB (vestigial side band) modulation with carrier frequency \( \mathrm{fc}=20 \mathrm{kHz} \) and VSB (vestigial side band) filter is given in the figure, plot the frequency spectrum of the modulated signal with the help of a computer program. (optionally matlab.)


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Solution :- . Answer: 1.a c1 and c2 are constants and g(t) is a signal that is used to modulate the VSB sign
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