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The use of non-uniform quantization leads to: (1) Reduction in transmission bandwidth. (2) Increase in maximum SNR. (3) Increase in SNR for signal levels. (4) Simplification of quantization process. 

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The use of non-uniform quantization leads to:  Increase in SNR for signal levels.

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