In 1989 the FCC changed the AM radio broadcast standard from an audio bandwidth of 15 KHz to a bandwidth of 10.2 KHz. If Nyquist sampling were used on signals of these bandwidths, how many fewer samples per second would be required for the 10.2 KHz bandwidth signal?

In 1989 the FCC changed the AM radio broadcast standard from an audio bandwidth of 15 KHz to a bandwidth of 10.2 KHz. If Nyquist sampling were used on signals of these bandwidths, how many fewer samples per second would be required for the 10.2 KHz bandwidth signal?

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