0000028470 00000 n In the paper, the results of the sampling theorem in frequency-time domain are given; its consequences are founded, and directions of its practical use are proposed for signals determination and restoration under conditions of the prior uncertainty of their kind and parameters. Sampling Theorem A continuous-time signal x(t) with frequencies no higher than (Hz) can be reconstructed EXACTLY from its samples x[n] = x(nTò, if the samples are taken at a rate fg = 1/Ts that is greater than For example, the sinewave on previous slide is 100 Hz. In the statement of the theorem, the sampling interval has been taken as ï¬xed and it is deï¬ned to be the unit interval. Next: Reconstruction in Time and Up: samplingThm Previous: Signal Sampling Sampling Theorem. 0000438083 00000 n 0000007345 00000 n 0000001984 00000 n The sampling theorem is a fundamental bridge between continuous-time signals (often called "analog signals") and discrete-time signals (often called "digital signals"). Sampling Theorem and Fourier Transform Lester Liu September 26, 2012 Introduction to Simulink Simulink is a software for modeling, simulating, and analyzing dynamical systems. (For the rest of the article, weâll use f S for f SAMPLE and T S for T SAMPLE.) In the time domain, sampling is achieved by multiplying the original signal by an impulse train of unity amplitude spikes. Sampling theorem and Nyquist sampling rate Sampling of sinusoid signals Can illustrate what is happening in both temporal and freq. 0000003615 00000 n Fs â¥ 2Fm If the sampling frequency (Fs) equals twice the input signal frequency (Fm), then such a condition is called the Nyquist Criteria for sampling. the spectrum of x(t) is zero for |ω|>ωm. 0000445011 00000 n 0000005593 00000 n 2.2-2 illustrates an effect called aliasing. 0000033492 00000 n These short objective type questions with answers are very important for Board exams as well as competitive exams. 200 samples per second) in order NOT to loose any data, i.e. endstream
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Sampling at twice the signal bandwidth only preserves frequency information â amplitude and shape will not be preserved. 0000005885 00000 n Another way to say this is that we need at least two samples per sinusoid cycle. \delta(t) \,\,...\,...(1) $, The trigonometric Fourier series representation of $\delta$(t) is given by, $ \delta(t)= a_0 + \Sigma_{n=1}^{\infty}(a_n \cos n\omega_s t + b_n \sin n\omega_s t )\,\,...\,...(2) $, Where $ a_0 = {1\over T_s} \int_{-T \over 2}^{ T \over 2} \delta (t)dt = {1\over T_s} \delta(0) = {1\over T_s} $, $ a_n = {2 \over T_s} \int_{-T \over 2}^{T \over 2} \delta (t) \cos n\omega_s\, dt = { 2 \over T_2} \delta (0) \cos n \omega_s 0 = {2 \over T}$, $b_n = {2 \over T_s} \int_{-T \over 2}^{T \over 2} \delta(t) \sin n\omega_s t\, dt = {2 \over T_s} \delta(0) \sin n\omega_s 0 = 0 $, $\therefore\, \delta(t)= {1 \over T_s} + \Sigma_{n=1}^{\infty} ( { 2 \over T_s} \cos n\omega_s t+0)$, $ = x(t) [{1 \over T_s} + \Sigma_{n=1}^{\infty}({2 \over T_s} \cos n\omega_s t) ] $, $ = {1 \over T_s} [x(t) + 2 \Sigma_{n=1}^{\infty} (\cos n\omega_s t) x(t) ] $, $ y(t) = {1 \over T_s} [x(t) + 2\cos \omega_s t.x(t) + 2 \cos 2\omega_st.x(t) + 2 \cos 3\omega_s t.x(t) \,...\, ...\,] $, $Y(\omega) = {1 \over T_s} [X(\omega)+X(\omega-\omega_s )+X(\omega+\omega_s )+X(\omega-2\omega_s )+X(\omega+2\omega_s )+ \,...] $, $\therefore\,\, Y(\omega) = {1\over T_s} \Sigma_{n=-\infty}^{\infty} X(\omega - n\omega_s )\quad\quad where \,\,n= 0,\pm1,\pm2,... $. xref According to the Nyquist sampling theorem, sampling at two points per wavelength is the minimum requirement for sampling seismic data over the time and space domains; that is, the sampling interval in each domain must be equal to or above twice the highest frequency/wavenumber of the continuous seismic signal being discretized. Sampling theorem states that âcontinues form of a time-variant signal can be represented in the discrete form of a signal with help of samples and the sampled (discrete) signal can be recovered to original form when the sampling signal frequency Fs having the greater frequency value than or equal to the input signal frequency Fm. startxref 0000436818 00000 n T0 We have basically the same result in the discrete-time domain. Specifically, for having spectral con- tent extending up to B Hz, we choose in form-ing the sequence of samples. 0000464788 00000 n If we have a high enough frequency-domain sampling rate, we can avoid time domain aliasing. 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Discrete-time Signals We want to minimize the sampling frequency to reduce the data size, thereby lowering the computational complexity in data processing and the costs for data storage and transmission. Sampling as multiplication with the periodic impulse train FT of sampled signal: original spectrum plus shifted versions (aliases) at multiples of sampling freq. Shannon in 1949 places restrictions on the frequency content of the time function signal, f(t), and can be simply stated as follows: â In order to recover the signal function f(t) exactly, it is necessary to sample f(t) at a rate greater An important issue in sampling is the determination of the sampling frequency. 0000005105 00000 n trailer So, sampling in time domain reults in periodicity in frequency. To reconstruct x(t), you must recover input signal spectrum X(ω) from sampled signal spectrum Y(ω), which is possible when there is no overlapping between the cycles of Y(ω). book ISBN : 978-1-4673-0283-8 book e-ISBN : 978-617-607-138-9 Authors . The baseband around f=0 is essentially the same and can be recovered by lowpass filtering. 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