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# For the bits stream 01001110 sketch the waveforms foreach ofthe codes oftable.Assume thatthe signal level for the preceding bit for NRZI was high The most recent preceding 1bit AMI has -ve Voltage.?

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Q: For the bits stream 01001110 sketch the waveforms foreach ofthe codes oftable.Assume thatthe signal level for the preceding bit for NRZI was high The most recent preceding 1bit AMI has -ve Voltage.?
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