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# Solutions Manual

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Solutions Manual for:
Communications Systems,5
th
edition

Chapter 2
2.1 (a)()cos(2) ,221
cc
T g t A f t  f
π
= =
We can rewrite the half-cosine as:cos(2)rect
c
A f
π
Using the property of multiplication in the time-domain:
[ ]
12
()()()1sin()()()2
c c
G f G f G  fT  f f f f A fT
π δ δ π
= = + +
Writing out the convolution:
[ ]
sin()()(()(()2sin(())sin(())1=22cos()cos() 11222
c cc ccc c
AT G f f f f f  f f T f f  A f  f f f f  A fT f f T
πλ δ λ δ λ λ πλ π π π π π π
−∞
= + + + = ++ = +
∫
(b)By using the time-shifting property:
000
()exp(2)2cos()cos()()exp()11222
g t t j ft  A fT fG f j f f T
π π π π π
== +

(c)The half-sine pulse is identical to the half-cosine pulse except for the centre frequencyand time-shift.12
c
f Ta
=
cos()cos()()(cos()sin())2cos(2)cos(2)sin(2)sin(2) 4exp(2)exp(2) 4
c cc c c cc c
A fTa fTaG f fTa j fTa f f f  A fTa fTa fTa fTa j j f f f f f f f  A j fTa j fTa f f f
π π π π π π π π π π π π π
= += + + += +
(d) The spectrum is the same as for (b) except shifted backwards in time and multipliedby -1.cos()cos()()exp()11222exp(2)exp(2) 11422
A fT fG f j f f T  A j fT j f f T
π π π π π π π
= += +
(e) Because the Fourier transform is a linear operation, this is simply the summation of the results from (b) and (d)exp(2)exp(2)exp(2)(2)()11422cos(2)cos(2) 11222
A j fT j fT j fT j fG  f T  A fT f f T
π π π π π π π π
+ + = += +