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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