Nyquist rate


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Nyquist rate

[′nī‚kwist ‚rāt]
(communications)
The maximum rate at which code elements can be unambiguously resolved in a communications channel with a limited range of frequencies; equal to twice the frequency range.
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sigma],[infinity]] function, then in the time interval [-T, T], T > 0 we need 2T([sigma]+[epsilon])/[pi] functional values, which is 2T[epsilon]/[pi] functional values more than in the case of recovery by using the optimal Nyquist rate [pi]/[sigma] of sampling, i.
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4 shows a bandpass signals and its reconstructed versions from uniform samples at the Nyquist rate (which are non-invertible) for different iteration numbers.
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CS is a new theory which enables the reconstruction of sparse signals to only a small number of linear measurements compared with traditional Nyquist rate.
The function g is sampled at the Nyquist rate 2W samples per unit time.