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Quick question. If a Nyquist sampling rate in a signal is 2f, what lower frequencies can be represented without aliasing? I assume you could have frequencies which have only even number of samples in their wave length, or maybe in half of their wave length. Am I wrong? If someone can post an answer, it would be greatly appreciated.

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# Nyquist sampling rate and signal anti-aliasing

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