# An analog source has an output described by the probability density function The output of the source is quantized into 10 messages using the eleven quantizing levels x i = 0.1k, k = 0,1,.....,10 The resulting messages are encoded using a binary Huffman code. Assuming that 250 samples of the source are transmitted each second, determine the resulting binary symbol

Chapter 12, Problem #21

An analog source has an output described by the probability density function

The output of the source is quantized into 10 messages using the eleven quantizing levels

x_{i} = 0.1k, k = 0,1,.....,10

The resulting messages are encoded using a binary Huffman code. Assuming that 250 samples of the source are transmitted each second, determine the resulting binary symbol rate in symbols per second. Also determine the information rate in bits per second.

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