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A digitized TV picture uses a matrix of A * B picture elements (pixels), where each pixel can take on one of C intensity values. Assuming that D pictures are sent per second, What is the source rate in bps? Note: int() = denotes nearest higher integer


[*] A*B*C*D
[*] A*B*C/D
[*] (A*B)/(C*D)
[*] A*B*int(log2©)*D
[*] A*B*2^(C*D)
[*] A*B*int(log2(C*D))
[*] The source rate is always fixed at 64kbps due to the Nyquist Sampling Criterion.
[*] The answer depends on the encoding scheme.
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