Hey everyone. I've got a question pertaining to aliased signals. Is there a general method for finding what signal a function would alias to at a certain sampling rate? For example, suppose that you have a time-varying voltage V=sin(1/t), and you take data at a rate of 100 Hz, starting from when t=0. I picked this function because the initial frequency is infinite, and subsequently decreases.Therefore, what should happen is that at some point in time, whatever doing the sampling should eventually "get" the correct function. However, I'm more interested how one would interpolate the data in those first few moments when the signal does all kinds of crazy stuff. Is it possible to interpolate a function which "fits" those data points? Thanks!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Finding the aliased version of a signal

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