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Frequency band for wireless transmission

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Homework Statement



A frequency band from 76 MHz to 86 MHz is available for wireless transmission. Design
a frequency division multiplexing system with 2 MHz wide channels and 2 MHz guard bands
(assume that guard bands aren’t necessary at the lower and upper ends of the band). Indicate
where each channel begins and ends, as well as its centre frequency. How many channels fit
inside the given frequency band?

Homework Equations



I think just logic of what the question is asking is enough

The Attempt at a Solution



See attachment for a diagram I made. I was just unsure if I was doing this correctly or not. If anyone could confirm that would be great.
 

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Homework Statement



A frequency band from 76 MHz to 86 MHz is available for wireless transmission. Design
a frequency division multiplexing system with 2 MHz wide channels and 2 MHz guard bands
(assume that guard bands aren’t necessary at the lower and upper ends of the band). Indicate
where each channel begins and ends, as well as its centre frequency. How many channels fit
inside the given frequency band?

Homework Equations



I think just logic of what the question is asking is enough

The Attempt at a Solution



See attachment for a diagram I made. I was just unsure if I was doing this correctly or not. If anyone could confirm that would be great.
Looks right to me.
 

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