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An analog signal having a maximum frequency of 10 kHz is sampled using instantaneous sampling method. If Nyquist's sampling rate is followed, then what will be the sampling interval?

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Sampling is the process using which a continuous time signal is converted into a discrete time signal. According to Nyquist’s sampling theorem, if *f _{m}* Hz is the maximum frequency present in the continuous time signal, then the value of the Nyquist’s sampling frequency (

Step 2

In this case, the value of the maximum frequency present in the analog (continuous time) signal is given as

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Plugging the value into equation (1), the value of t...

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