In the following plot of a voltage waveform from a transmitter, the
transmitter sends 0 Volts for a zero bit and 1.0 Volts for a one bit,
and is sending bits with with a certain number of samples per bit.

What is the largest number of samples per bit the transmitter
could be using?

All the samples shown in the figure are consistent with the transmitter
sending 3 samples/bit. It couldn't be larger than 3 since, e.g., samples
8, 9 and 10 wouldn't represent the legal transmission of a 0-bit.

What is the sequence of bits being sent?

At 3 samples/bit, the figure shows the transmission of 01101.

Problem .

The following figure show plots of several received waveforms. The transmitter is
sending sequences of binary symbols (i.e., either 0 or 1) at some
fixed symbol rate, using 0V to represent 0 and 1V to represent 1.The
horizontal grid spacing is 1 microsecond (1e-6 sec).

Answer the following questions for each plot:

Find the slowest symbol rate that is consistent with the
transitions in the waveform.

Using your answer in question 1, what is the decoded bit string?

a) 1e6 symbols/sec, 101010101010101010
b) 333,333 symbols/sec, 101101
c) 1e6 symbols/sec, 101100111001110110
d) 5e5 symbols/sec, 100010001