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The baud rate is

  1. Always equal to the bit transfer rate
  2. Equal to twice the bandwidth of an ideal channel
  3. Not equal to the signalling rate
  4. Equal to half of the bandwidth of an ideal channel
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baud rate is number of times volatge change in 1bit

and we use manchester and diffrential manchester encoding

in which volatge is changing two times to generate 1 bit
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Ans:-B

Explanation:-

The baud rate of a data communication system is the number of symbols per second transferred. It is equal to twice the bandwidth of an ideal channel.

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