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I start at 100 MHz have 10 carrier frequencies all starting in phase at t=0 and the carrier frequencies have 25 kHz spacing. So my frequency range is 100-100.25 MHz, with 10 single frequencies equally spaced in this range.

They come in phase every 4x10^{-5}seconds. The equation Frequency = 1 / Time_period works for this..... with frequency being the frequency of the carrier spacing

The time period between all carriers coming back in phase (after going out of phase at t=0 or at any time after they realign) is directly related to the spacing of the carrier frequencies using this equation. I am struggling to see how this is related but it works. Perhaps I am looking for an elegant explanation of this

Please can someone advise?

Thanks

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# I A pulse of frequencies that start in phase - pulse period?

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