Determine the bandwidth required for transmission, Electrical Engineering

1. A PCM system uses 8 bits per sample and the analog signal is limited to 4.3 kHz. The PCM data is transmitted using (a) BFSK and (b) ASK. Determine the bandwidth required for transmission in each case. Assume that r = 0:55.

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