Sampling & Reconstruction

July 3, 2019

Sampling is one of many methods used to perform signal analysis. Similar to other analysis methods, sampling takes measurements of a waveform at regular intervals and structures the measurements as a sequence of values. Sampling affects the behavior in the time and frequency domain and can introduce distortion.

This course covers the foundational theory for the mathematical operations of sampling and reconstruction.

In this course, you will learn

  • Waveform analysis using data sampling
  • Identifying distortion introduced by sampling due to signal bandwidth, quantization, and DAC interpolation
  • How sampling in the time domain affects the frequency domain
  • Sampling at, under, or above the Nyquist frequency
  • Recovering the original waveform from a sample sequence using interpolation

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