This lesson demonstrates how oversampling can improve the quality of sampling and reconstruction. It assumes the anti-aliasing and anti-imaging filters are fixed as a simple, second-order analog filter. Oversampling by a factor of eight reduces the gain of any aliased components by a factor of 76. A similar reduction in the gain of the image components is obtained in reconstruction.
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