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Data Communication CS601 - Assignment No. 02 Solution and discussion Semester: Fall 2013 Due Date: 6/12/2013


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Question 1:   (10 Marks)


You are required to represent the data stream 1001101001 using the following encoding schemes on different graphs separately.


  • NRZ-L
  • NRZ-I


Question 2:   (5 Marks)


a) A periodic signal has a bandwidth of 700 Hz and its lowest frequency is 200 Hz; find out its highest frequency with all necessary steps.


b) Consider the following sine wave, and calculate its time period and frequency.


Question 3:   (5 Marks)


Suppose a message travels from device A to B in OSI model. Headers and trailers are added to the message before it reaches the destination B. Considering the given scenario, you are required to identify:

  • The sequence of OSI layers in which headers and trailers are added at device A.
  • The sequence of OSI layers in which headers and trailers are removed at device B.


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