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    The solution for part B is highlighted within the attached file. Re-stated here it is:

    p(I) = ( 1 / < I > ) exp ( - I / < I > )

    I'm not sure how.

    Part a, is essentially:
    Integral (infinity, 0) p(I, theta) di.

    which according to my calculation equals:
    - 1
    --- exp (-I/2*sigma^2) evaluated at (infinity and 0)
    I * pi

    Now if I plug in infinity and zero for I i get (infinity - zero). Seems odd!!

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    Probability Density Function - Complex Gaussian Noise
    a) I think you have done some error in integrating; I am getting a better solution.

    I will use "@" for phase angle theta, and "~" for ...

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