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Sampling and Quantization
Digital Signal Processing 503474-3
Signal sampling
In signal processing, sampling is the reduction
of a continuous signal to a discrete signal. A
common example is the conversion of a sound
wave (a continuous signal) to a sequen

Sampling and Quantization (3)
Digital Signal Processing 503474-3
Zero-order hold
Zero-order hold
Zero-order hold
Zero-order hold
Uniform/non-uniform quantization

Sampling and Quantization
(2)
Digital Signal Processing 503474-3
A/D and D/A conversion
Digital signal processing techniques are used in
various areas such as communications, speech,
and image processing.
The analog signals must be converted into
sequen