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Izhak Rubin

Problem 1

Suppose users share a 2.4 Mbps communication link. Also suppose that the traffic

generation process of each user alternates (independently of the other users) between

periods of activity (active modes) when the user generates data at a constant rate of

300 Kbps and periods of inactivity (inactive mode) when the user generates no data.

Suppose further that the user is active (independent of other users) only 10 percent

of the time.

(1) When fixed-assigned time division multiplexing (TDM) is used to allocate re-

sources on the shared link, how many users can be supported?

(2) Given that your answer obtained in (1) is equal to X. Suppose now that users

are supported by a communications channel which is shared on a statistical

multiplexing manner. Assume that the communications channel is used to sup-

port a number of users that is 5 times the number of users supported under

the fixed-assigned TDM operation. Use normal distribution to approximate the

probability that more than X users are simultaneously active.

Problem 2

For the Gaussian distribution with mean µ and variance σ 2 , find the moment

generating function. Using the moment generating function, calculate the mean and

the variance. (Hint: The probability density function for a Gaussian random variable

X with mean µ and variance σ 2 is given by

!

1 (x − µ)2

fX (x) = √ exp − .

2πσ 2 2σ 2

Problem 3

Consider the following probability density function:

λe−λ|x|

fX (x) = , ∀x ∈ (−∞, ∞),

2

where λ > 0.

(d) Find the mean and the variance from the moment generating function.

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EC ENGR132B-HW Set #2 Prof. Izhak Rubin

Problem 4

A coin is flipped until at least a head occur and at least two tails occur. Define

three random variables X, Y , Z to be the trial numbers at which the first head, the

first tail, and the second tail are observed, respectively. Assume that at any trial, the

probability that a head occurs is p ∈ (0, 1). Let q = 1 − p.

P

(b) Verify that your answer in (a) is valid by checking P (X = m, Y = n, Z =

m,n,r

r) = 1.

Problem 5

Two DTEs are communicating via modems and RS-232C interfaces over a half

duplex link. Data transmission is one directional with each message of length M .

After a message is transmitted, the sender waits for a CTS message of length na before

sending another message. Assume error-free operation and the following parameter

values:

Minimum transition time between states (1,2) and (1,0) (CTS delay) is equal to

10 msec at message transmitting end, and 20 msec at message receiving end (CTS

transmitting end). All other delays during message transmission and reception are

assumed to be negligible. For the stated conditions, determine the effective data rate

in bps.

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