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Why does the addition of two orthogonal signals occupy more bandwidth than a single one?
For example in a transmitter, we may use the original signal ( and then a filter and mixer) or we may use the I and Q signals of the original signal( and then a filter and mixer for each one). in the second condition, why do we have a wider bandwidth?your question is ill formed
Well I've read it from a document. It is not in English. It is better to ask from the document writer.I doubt they have. Why do you think so?