Experimental Study on Sampling Theorem in Signal Processing

  • Nyein Mynt Student of Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology, Myanmar
  • Zaw Aung Student of Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology, Myanmar
  • Kyaw Lin Student of Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology, Myanmar
Keywords: Theorem, Signal Processing, Magnitude

Abstract

This practicum is to define the study properties of the sampling theorem. Understand the effect of selecting the sample size and its effect on the signal recovery process. The experiment utilizes a computer or portable workstation to run an examination of the hypothesis reenactment program. From the test information gotten, it can be concluded that the more noteworthy the frequency of the signal to be inspected, the closer the signal will be to the initial signal. The time and frequency of the examining signal are conversely relative. The higher the frequency, the lower the time will be. The magnitude of the amplitude of the output signal is indeterminate.

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Published
2020-12-31
How to Cite
Mynt, N., Aung, Z., & Lin, K. (2020). Experimental Study on Sampling Theorem in Signal Processing. Journal La Multiapp, 1(6), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i6.278