Objective:
To have the understanding of Transmission Impairments
and Performance of Transmission Medium.
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(Strict disciplinary action will be taken in this case). Question No.1:
Consider a noisy channel in which the value of the signal-to-noise ratio is 2500 and the channel capacity according to Shannon Capacity formula is 33840 bps. Find its bandwidth? Provide your answer with full calculation and correct unit.
Question No. 2:
Suppose a signal travels through a transmission medium and due to some reasons its power is reduced to quarter. You are required to measures the relative strength of this signal before and after power loss. Provide your answer with full calculation and correct unit.
Note: Give you solution with all relevant calculations in given tables. |
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if please you have solution of this assigment, thanks abdur raheem
Question: 1 Marks: 10
Prove the following by using the principle of Mathematical Induction:
, For all integers
Question: 2 Marks: 06
Prove by contradiction that is irrational.
Question: 3 Marks: 04
Name the four properties which a loop with guard G needs to satisfy in order to be true with respect to its pre and post conditions.
Section 2
Section Incharge Name:- Saima Shafi
Question: 1 Marks: 10
Prove the following by using the principle of Mathematical Induction:
Question: 2 Marks: 05+05
(a) A bank customer can only access his locker if he enters his code consists of from one to six digits (repetition is allowed). Then how many different codes are possible?
(b) Find the number of n ways that a team consisting of 12 members can select a coach, assistant coach, and captain. Assume that no member is selected more than one.
Section 3
Section Incharge Name:- Jamshaid Nasir
Question: 1 Marks: 10
Prove the following by using the principle of Mathematical Induction:
Question: 2 Marks: 10
Use the Euclidean algorithm to find GCD (108, 30)
bahi jan yeh 2no questions ka sol hai na???
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Assignment No: 2 (Lessons 28 – 30)
Question 1: Marks: 3+4=7
a) A box contains 4 red and 5 white flowers. A random sample of 6 flowers is drawn without replacement from the box. Find the probability that the sample contains 3 red flowers.
b) If X is binomially distributed with mean 8 and variance 4.8, then find the parameters of binomial distribution.
Question 2: Marks: 3+5=8
a) Suppose the number of defective screws produced by a machine per day follows Poisson distribution with parameter 2. What is the probability that, out of the total production of the day, there are at least one defective screw?
b) The Army reports that the distribution of head circumferences among soldiers is approximately normal with mean 23.4 inches and standard deviation 1.4 inches. What percent of soldiers have a head circumference between 21.0 inches and 24.0 inches?
PHY101 KI ASSIGMENT NO 3 KA SOLOTION YA HA
ASSIGMENT NO 3
PHY-101
Question no 1:
A particle with a charge of 0.17coulombs is in a uniform electric field of strength 55 N/C as shown below. An external force pushes the charge 0.12 meters directly against the field. What is the change in electric potential energy? Marks 8
Ans:
In order to find Change in Electric Potential Energy = ∆U_{e} =?
We need electric potential = V = ?
∆U_{e} = q∆V
∆V = -E∆x = -(55 N/C)(0.12m) = - 6.6Nm/C = -6.6 J/C
Now to find:
∆U_{e} = q∆V = (0.17C)(-6.6J/C)= 1.122 J
Question no: 2
A) Where does an electron go when it is free to move: to a location of higher or lower potential? Explain it.
A student of Physics calculated a negative potential difference between two points. Is that possible? Explain it by giving a solid reason
(a)
Ans. As electron has negative charge, it will always move towards the pole containing positive charge, Irrespective of the fact that, which potential you denote as higher and which lower.
(b)
Ans. Negative potential means potential in opposite direction. For example if we connect the negative terminal of a battery to ground than our meter will calculate positive potential difference, but if we connect it other way round than our meter will calculate negative potential difference.
Question # 3
What is the electric potential at the location of the test charge as shown in the figure? Marks 5
Ans:
Question no 4:
What is the potential difference between the plates shown in the following figure? Marks 6
Ans:
Potential difference between plates
V_{b} = 1.0 volts
V_{a} = -0.5 volts
∆V = V_{b} – V_{a} = 1.0- (-0.5)
∆V = 1.5 Volts
Lisen or read lec no 27 and 28 from handouts ur assignment will b solved
thanks its good to read and understand instead of just copy past the solution
Topic covered in the assignmnt is transmission impairements
Shannon capacity formula
Handouts pg No 145:):)
C = B * log2(1+ S/N)
where:
C is the achievable channel capacity
B is the bandwidth
S is the average signal power
N is the average noise power.
S/N shows the signal to noise ratio
The signal-to-noise ratio (S/N) is usually expressed in decibels
Bandwidth is measured in hertz (Hz)
Put the given values in the Shannon Formula given above ur ist que will be solved:):)
But keep in mind that u have to find the Bandwidth mean "B" not capacity "C"
So, be careful while putting the values in the formula
Q2:
Signal strength is usually expressed in db (decibels)
salam if please send solution of
Prove the following by using the principle of Mathematical Induction:
, For all integers
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