Lesson 4 Overview
- Lesson 2 homework review
- Sample rates
- Throttle block
- The Atari effect
- Negative frequencies
- Data types
- Quantization error
- Start with the flowgraph from the lesson 2 homework. Add a scope sink.
- How do the scope and FFT change if you change the data type of every block from complex to float?
- When using the float data type, what happens if you specify a negative source frequency? How does that differ from the behavior when using the complex data type?
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