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Consider the signal $s(t)=m(t) \cos(2 \pi \: f_ct)+ \hat{m}(t) \sin(2 \pi f_c t)$ where $\hat{m}(t)$ denotes the Hilbert transform of $m(t)$ and the bandwidth of $m(t)$ is very small compared to $f_c$. The signal $s(t)$ is a

  1. high-pass signal
  2. low-pass signal
  3. band-pass signal
  4. double sideband suppressed carrier signal
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