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EE 3350 HW 4 Angle Modulation

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EE 3350 HW 4: Angle Modulation

    1. Determine the bandwidth in Hz of the angle modulated signal 83φ (t) = 10 cos (2π 10t + 200 cos 2π 10t).

    2. Consider the angle modulated signal 83φ (t) = 10 cos (2π 10t + 3 sin 2π 10t).

     (a) Assume that the signal is PM. Find the bandwidth of the PM signal when

    the message frequency is (1) doubled, and (2) is halved.

     (b) Repeat part (a) assuming that the angle modulated signal is FM.

    3. An FM signal is given by 63φ (t) = 10 cos (2π 10t + 5 sin 2π 10t).

     Determine and sketch the magnitude spectrum of the signal φ (t). [Note:

    sketch only those sidebands that are within the “bandwidth” of the FM

    signal.]

     4. An angle modulated signal is given by the following expression:

    (t) = 5 cos (t + 40 sin 500t + 20 sin 1000t + 10sin 2000t) EMc

    a. Determine the frequency deviation ;f, in Hz.

    b. Estimate the bandwidth, in Hz, of the angle modulated signal by Carson’s

    rule. If the angle modulated signal is a phase modulated signal with the

    phase deviation constant, kis 5 radians per volt, determine the message p

    signal m (t).

    c. If the angle modulated signal is a frequency modulated signal with a

    frequency deviation constant, kis 20,000 radians/sec per volt, determine f

    the message signal m(t).

     65. An FM signal φ(t) = 5 cos (2 10t + sin 20,000 t) is input a square-law FM2nonlinearity (with the characteristic: y = 2 x, where x is the input and y the

    output). The output of the nonlinearity y(t) is filtered by an ideal band pass

    filter with center frequency 2.03 MHz and bandwidth 10 kHz to produce the

    final output z(t). Determine z(t) and sketch its magnitude spectrum.

    6. A message signal m(t) = 4 cos 2 1000t modulates a carrier frequency to

    produce a frequency modulated signal with a resulting modulation index (i.e.

    frequency deviation ratio) of 2.

    (a) What is the estimate of the bandwidth of the FM signal?

    (b) The message signal m(t) is replaced by a new message signal

    m(t) = 4 cos 2 1000t + 4 cos 2 3000t. What is the estimate of the

    bandwidth of this new FM signal?

7. The message signal m(t) = {10 (sin 2 200t) / t} frequency modulates an

    appropriate carrier signal with a modulation index of 6. (a) Write the expression for the FM waveform. (You do not need to integrate m(t) in your answer.) ; (b) What is the maximum frequency deviation of the modulated signal? (c) Find the bandwidth of the modulated signal.

     88. The carrier c(t) = 100 cos 2 10 t is frequency modulated by the signal m(t)

    = 5 cos 2 10000 t. The (peak) frequency deviation is 20 kHz. (a) Determine the amplitude and frequency of all signal components that have a power level of at least 10% of the power of the FM signal. (b) What is the bandwidth of the FM signal?

    9. A signal m(t) frequency modulates a 100 kHz carrier to produce the following narrowband FM signal:

     54 (t) = 5 cos (2.10t+ 0.0050 sin 2 10t ). NB FM

Generate (block diagram design) the wideband FM signal (t) with a WBFM

    carrier frequency of 150 MHz and a (peak) frequency deviation of 100 kHz. Assume that the following are available for the design:

     Frequency Multipliers of any (integer) value

     A local oscillator whose frequency can be tuned to any

    value between 100 MHz to 300 MHz

     An ideal Band pass filter with tunable center frequency

    and bandwidth.

    Your block diagram design must clearly specify the carrier frequencies and frequency deviations at all logical points, as well as the center frequency and bandwidth of the Band pass filter.

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