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    on a grapgh of p.d against time, with sample points indicated, how can i find the sampling rate?

    A bit like the grapgh i have attached




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    it's the number of samples per unit time, i.e. 1/(interval between samples)
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    it's the number of samples per unit time, i.e. 1/(interval between samples)
    Oh i see, Thank you.
    Is there any chance you could explain to me what Aliasing is?
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    (Original post by joyoustele)
    Oh i see, Thank you.
    Is there any chance you could explain to me what Aliasing is?
    You're probably interested in temporal aliasing but it also occurs in imaging.

    There's a wikipedia page on aliasing
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliasing

    You probably can see the effect of a low sampling rate from one of the diagrams in that article...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliasi...asingSines.svg

    say the input signal is the red waveform - with an insufficient sampling rate it would be be impossible to tell from the output of the sampling that the input wasn't the blue signal - and an audio system would play back the blue note - which wasn't there in the input.
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    You're probably interested in temporal aliasing but it also occurs in imaging.

    There's a wikipedia page on aliasing
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliasing

    You probably can see the effect of a low sampling rate from one of the diagrams in that article...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliasi...asingSines.svg

    say the input signal is the red waveform - with an insufficient sampling rate it would be be impossible to tell from the output of the sampling that the input wasn't the blue signal - and an audio system would play back the blue note - which wasn't there in the input.
    Thanks
 
 
 
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