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Repeat Problem 4.9 for the case of unipolar return-to-zero signa

Repeat Problem 4.9 for the case of unipolar return-to-zero signa

Repeat Problem 4.9 for the case of unipolar return-to-zero signaling, in which case symbol 1 is represented by a pulse of amplitude A and duration Tb/2 and symbol 0 is represent by transmitting no pulse. Hence show that this unipolar type of signaling requires twice the average power of unipolar nonreturn-to-zero (i.e., on-off) signaling for the same average probability of symbol error.

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