Generate a zero-mean, unit-variance Gaussian sequence with a length of 1000 and quantize it using…

Generate a zero-mean, unit-variance Gaussian sequence with a length of 1000 and quantize it using a 6-bit-per-symbol uniform PCM scheme. The resulting 6000 bits are transmitted to the receiver via a noisy channel. The error probability of the channel is denoted by p. Plot the overall SQNR in decibels as a function of p for values of  2. For simulation of the effect of noise, you can generate binary random sequences with these probabilities and add them (modulo 2) to the encoded sequence.

 

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