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How can the ADC bandwidth be higher than the sampling rate?

The formula is actually twice the bandwidth of the input signal, not twice the highest frequency. For example, a signal from 99 MHz to 101 MHz has a bandwidth of 2 MHz and thus requires 4 msps for ...
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How can the ADC bandwidth be higher than the sampling rate?

Aliasing isn't just something annoying that happens; it's a part of the signal path like anything else. The simplest case, and the most commonly presented, is when the signal of interest is baseband (...
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How can the ADC bandwidth be higher than the sampling rate?

Consider the bandwidth specification as how fast a signal changes can be captured. And consider the sampling rate as how many times it can be captured per unit time. Another way to think of it: You ...
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