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AbstractAll definitions of bandwidth have certain basic properties which make them true measures of "width". In this paper we show that different bandwidth measures are not interchangable, and note that bandwidth can be viewed as a measure of the number of dimensions added to the signal space per unit time. Methods of computing the transmitted power spectral density in a digital communication system are given and the dependence of the spectral density on the statistical structure of the information source is indicated by example. The paper closes with bandwidth comparison s for three common sets of binary telemetry signals.
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