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EEE 113 REVIEWER Explain:

31. How do we select the sampling rate? Why should be the

sampling rate greater than the maximum frequency of analog
Write the name of inventor:
signal?
1. Telephone
frequency?
3. Telegraph
33. Can the original discrete-time signal be recovered from the
quantized signal?
Identify the type of information transmission:
34. How to minimize quantization error?
4. Phone to base station
5. Multiple users
Identify:
6. Between Stations
35. How many samples are needed if the length of sampling
signal is 105 meters and the sampling frequency is 10 MHz.
Identify:
36. Find the range of sampling frequency of a signal if its
7. Takes signals or bits and creates physical signal or
maximum frequency is 3x10-4 kHz.
waveform.
37. How many bits are needed if there are 250 quantization
8. Modifies signal as it carries it.
levels?
9. Figure out what the transmitted bit is.
38. How many bits are needed if there are 244 quantization
10. Process to convert information to bits.
levels?
11. Physical quantity that varies with time, space, or other
39. If the word MATH will be transmitted to bits using ASCII,
independent variable.
how many unique binary numbers will be created from it?
12. Physical device capable of converting the physical quantity
40. If: Fs = 1015 kHz, and SPB = 8; find a) bit time b) bit rate.
to proportional electrical quantity.
13. Signals defined by every value of time and value.
14. Selecting values of analog signal at discrete – time
instants.
15. A “switch” that connects the analog signal input to discrete
– time signal output.)
16. The sampling rate (Fn or 2Fmax) is called _________.
17. Misidentification of a signal frequency due to
undersampling.
18. Signals that take on all possible values on a finite or infinite
range.
19. A discrete time signal having a set of discrete value.
20. Process of converting discrete – time continuous valued
signal into digital signal by expressing each sample as finite
number of digits.
21. Difference between sampled analog signal and digitized
signal.
22. Distance between two quantization levels.
23. Difference between the minimum and maximum value of
discrete – time signal.
24. Assignment of unique binary number to each quantization
level.
25. Word length of b bits create _____ unique binary number.
26. 8 – bit code that can represent text symbols.
27. Measures the length of time it takes to send one bit.
28. Number of bits we can send in a given time.
29. Difference between two – step functions.
30. Transmitter sends the waveform representing bit sequence
to the receiver over a channel.