That's something you take to an engineering firm to give a quote for the work you need done. I've yet to see this tackled in consumer forums like CNET.
Yup, I've worked with companies that did wireless date over various MHz and GHz but this is work we get paid for. Not a freebie that some may expect today.
We are required to transmit a binary signal over a channel. Channel bandwidth is 600 MHz. Signal strength is 96 db with power ratio 55*108 while noise in channel is measured as 25db.
By considering the scenario above, answer the following questions;
A – What would be the channel capacity if we consider channel as Noise Free
B – What would be the channel capacity if we consider channel as Noisy
C – What would be the signal quality if noise is increased by value of 7db
D – Is there any difference in channel capacity results obtained in B and C parts