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I'll get started on U3 today. In the meantime, would you please go back to the previous set that I worked on and consider rating the service that you received? The way that the site is set up, those ratings are the only way that I get paid for my work.
Here is U3:
You can hold off until the other 2 are done. Thank you for rating the past answer though.
I'm having trouble with part 6 of the U4 project. It asks you to research SNR and bandwidth values for a "CAT6 coaxial cable". The first issue is that Cat6 is a standard for unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables, not coaxial cables. Ignoring that, I am able to find a bandwidth value for Cat6 UTP, but not signal or noise values in watts.
Could you please check with your instructor about the "coaxial" part of the question, and ask if he/she has any suggestions for sources for signal and noise values in watts?
Neither of those pages give signal or noise values in watts.
The first one (from Belden) is the article that I was able to get the bandwidth value from, but it didn't have the signal or noise values that we need. I'll take a look at the second one as soon as I can. I think I already looked at the third link too.
Here are the other two projects:
For Unit 5, I ended up doing the second of the two projects. I didn't have an answer for the last part of the first project.
Wasn't the last question in Unit 4 the one about when C(SNR) = C'(SNR)?
Ok, the answer for that one should have been included in solution that was posted. Please let me know if it is missing on your end. Sometimes Word does weird things with the pages, and things like graphs and equations can sometimes be "lost" between pages.
What I was originally referring to was part 8 of the first project in Unit 5. It was asking about advantages and disadvantages related to the growth of Internet access. That wasn't really a "math" question, and I didn't really have an answer for it. Because of this, I chose to do the second of the two projects.
Please let me know if there are any unresolved issues.