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Zero-order hold and first-order hold based interpolation

by Krishna Sankar on March 25, 2007

In problem 9.14 of DSP-Proakis, the objective is to analyze the effect of zero-order interpolation and first-order interpolation to double the number of samples in the sinusoidal while keeping the sampling frequency unchanged. My take: [...]

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