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Nyquist Theorem

Nyquist Theorem

The theorem proposed by Nyquist which states that an original analogue signal can be precisely recreated provided a specified minimum of samples are taken. In practical terms, it proposes that the maximum rate of transmission of pulses over a transmission channel is equal to twice the bandwidth of the channel without the risk of ISI (Inter Symbol Interference).

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