The Hartley-Shannon theorem sets a limit on the
  • a)
    highest frequency that may be sent over a given channel
  • b)
    maximum capacity of channel with a given noise level
  • c)
    maximum number of coding levels in a channel with a given noise level
  • d)
    maximum number of quantizing levels in a channel with a given noise level
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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