Develop a Simulink system that drives this characteristic curve with a sine wave signal and analyze the output signal.

Consider the following characteristic curve:

Develop a Simulink system that drives this characteristic curve with a sine wave signal and analyze the output signal. Experiment with various amplitudes of the sinusoidal input.

Consider the following “family of characteristic curves”:

Using the Lookup Table (2D) block design a Simulink system, which reads out the values at the points (x, x) with x ∈ [−1, 1] from the family of characteristic curves. In doing this, manipulate the family of characteristic curves with a suitably set From Workspace block. Compare the considerations involved in setting the characteristic family block Lookup Table (2D) with the three-dimensional plots in Section 1.2.5.

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Read the Case Exercise on page 120. Complete the answers to the questions for the Case Exercise. Complete and thorough, 4-5 sentence answers per questions are required for full points…..

What happens to the signals on either side of the carrier signal (the center frequency) as you move the signal_freq control on the plot of real_freq? What changes when you move the carrier_freq control?

The script shown in Figure D10.2 simulates an AM modulated signal. Verify that the script functions properly using the MathScript Interactive Window. You will need to type the script into….