On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 10:38:37AM -0400, Bill Gribble wrote:
Not to mention audible if it's severe enough. Decimation filters
that only give 6 or 12dB attenuation at fs/2 (typical in many pro
audio ADC chips) can allow audible aliasing too. I wouldn't expect
an oscilloscope to have enough resolution to detect these effects,
but a good spectrum analyser and/or a good pair of ears often can.
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