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1. Data is to be transmitted using a modem at 9600 bps. Determine the minimum bandwidth of the system with the following modulation methods

(a) FSK

(b) ASK.

Use the excess bandwidth factor r = 0:5. Compare ASK and BFSK in terms of transmission bandwidth for a constant data rate.

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