Consider the c.t. signal, x(t) = cos (2 pi 100 t) + cos (2 pi 1100 t). If we sample at a rate F_s = 1000 Hz, determine what frequency the higher frequency will be aliased to give, x(n) = x(t)|t = n T, where T = 1/F_s.

5.5 - Consider the c.t. signal, x(t) = cos (2 pi 100 t) + cos (2 pi 1100 t). If we sample at a rate F_s = 1000 Hz, determine what frequency the higher frequency will be aliased to give, x(n) = x(t)|t = n T, where T = 1/F_s.

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images - Consider the c.t. signal, x(t) = cos (2 pi 100 t) + cos (2 pi 1100 t). If we sample at a rate F_s = 1000 Hz, determine what frequency the higher frequency will be aliased to give, x(n) = x(t)|t = n T, where T = 1/F_s.

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