If you have one you can figure out the other, assuming you know duration. Without either one you'll need to know the opening and closing points or points of maximum lift relative to the engine cycle. What does the cam card include?
Valve overlap happens around the TDC point between the exhaust and intake strokes. Your cam opens the intake 16 degrees BTDC and closes the the exhaust 11 degrees ATDC, add them for 27 degrees of overlap relative to the crank.
You have to assume that maximum lift happens exactly midway between opening and closing when figuring lobe separation. It's a pretty good generalization. This gives 217 crank degrees, that's 109 camshaft degrees.