5. The signal y(t)is generated by convolving a band-limited signal(t) x1(t) with another band-limited signal x2(t) , that is where * stands for the convolution, and Impulse-train sampling is performed on y t( )to obtain Specify the range of values for the sampling period T which ensures that y(t) is recoverable from yp(t) . [15 points]

image 279 - 5. The signal y(t)is generated by convolving a band-limited signal(t) x1(t) with another band-limited signal x2(t) , that is where * stands for the convolution, and Impulse-train sampling is performed on y t( )to obtain Specify the range of values for the sampling period T which ensures that y(t) is recoverable from yp(t) . [15 points]
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