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- Subject: Sampling frequency
- From: ajith kumar <ajith_uppunda@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2004 09:15:47 -0800
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Wish you all a very happy New Year!
I would like to know has anybody tried to resample the signal after it is being recorded, especially resampling to high frequency. Will the tempo of the signal increases if signal is resampled to high sampling frequency. (Fop e.g.; if a material recorded using 16000 Hz sampling frequency is resampled to 44100 Hz). I understand that quality/ sampling error cannot be improved with this technique. I am interested in knowing whether this will change some of the qualities of signal
Mr.Ajith Kumar U
Department of Audiology,
All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Naimisham Camppus,
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