## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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**CHANNEL**NERVE ACOUSTIC**CHANNEL CHANNELS**Fig . 15-4 . ELECTRIC**CHANNEL**AUDITORY ORGANS ACOUSTIC**CHANNEL**NERVE**CHANNELS**Elements involved in conversing over a one - way radiotelephone**channel**. For a communication system to be of any ...Page 424

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**channels**are least tolerant of noise . 15.7.2 Information Capacity of a**Channel**The information capacity of a**channel**is the theoretical maximum rate of transmitting information that can be approached but never exceeded . The usefulness ...Page 427

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**channel**. common to both sent and received signals . Thus all three equations have a certain intuitive significance . Example 15-2 : Transmission Rate Calculation for a Discrete Noisy**Channel**. Suppose that 100 million binary signal ...### Contents

SOME FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF SYSTEMS | 3 |

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