> On Feb 26, 3:49 pm, Randy Yates <y...@ieee.org> wrote:
>> When one says the noise drops 3 dB, one necessarily means "3 dB
>> in the entire bandwith."
>> Let's get an understanding of the basics first, then we can elaborate
>> on more complex schemes.
> When one says the noise drops 3 dB, one can certainly mean "3 dB
> in the entire bandwidth" but one needn't mean that.
> Let's get clear statement of the basics first, then we can elaborate
> on more complex schemes.
When we are in first grade, we are told that there's no such thing as
negative numbers. It's not a lie, but rather a loving way to limit
a complex situation so that those with limited understanding can grow.
I believe most people here on comp.dsp realize that is what I am doing
here since there are several things in my explanations that are clearly
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