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Communications System

• Information Source

- Information may take many forms: data, image, voice, video

• Transmittter

- Processes information into a form suitable for transmission

- Modulates information onto waveform which will propagate

- Modulates information onto waveform which will propagate

• Channel

- Relays information between locations (possibly corrupts it)

• Receiver

- Must reconstruct transmitted information from received waveform as accurately as possible

 

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