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==Homework #13== |
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## Revision as of 09:40, 10 December 2004

## Homework #9

**Problem Statement:**

Show that, for a bandwidth limited signal ( with )

And find c.

** Equations: **

**Solution:**

By earlier work:

**Failed to parse (lexing error): \Rightarrow c={1\over T} ==Homework #13== Total time spent working on Wiki: 3.5 hrs**