Its clear that the sampling frequency is 60 KHz. This means that all
signals between -30 KHz to 30 KHz will be represented as is. Howoever
signals whose frequency is outside the range of -30 Kz to 30 KHz will
get aliased to those in the range od -30 to 30 KHz. Hence if there is
a signal at 45 KHz, it will get aliased as 15 KHz signal, i.e. it will
appear as though it were a 15 KHz signal (case of undersampling).
Hence 45 KHz is considered in the solution. The level of the 45 KHz
signal is the value of the aliasing error.
Hope this helps.
Posted by bos1234●May 14, 2010
great explanation. Understood! Just one question. Could I say that the
frequencies from 30-50Khz are the frequencies that are aliased with the
Posted by suren●May 14, 2010
On May 14, 10:20�am, "bos1234" <suren130@n_o_s_p_a_m.gmail.com> wrote:
> great explanation. Understood! Just one question. Could I say that the
> frequencies from 30-50Khz are the frequencies that are aliased with the
> original plot?
Yes. All frequecies from 30 -50 KHz will get aliased.
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