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    Bit rate in B(i) was 114240 bits/s (110000), Frequency is 8.3x108 Hz

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    I need an understandable explanation please.
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    Frequency can be defined as the number of cycles per second, so I imagine it would need to be greater than or equal to the bit rate in order to be able to keep up.
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    (Original post by cakeboi)
    Frequency can be defined as the number of cycles per second, so I imagine it would need to be greater than or equal to the bit rate in order to be able to keep up.
    Ahh, right Thank you
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    (Original post by cakeboi)
    Frequency can be defined as the number of cycles per second, so I imagine it would need to be greater than or equal to the bit rate in order to be able to keep up.
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    Coukd you please Explain the second point to me.
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    Coukd you please Explain the second point to me.
    The minimum bandwidth of a channel needs to be equal to the number of bits transmitted per second, i.e. bit rate.
    (Bandwidth is the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies of a signal.)
    The second point is essentially just reinforcing the answer to the previous question.
 
 
 
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